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FTC plans to fine Facebook $5B over privacy issues

Facebook will reportedly be hit with a $5 billion fine by the FTC following an investigation into multiple privacy issues, and experts said other enterprises should take note.

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Mastercard CTO explains strategy of cybersecurity with AI

Mastercard CTO Kush Saxena describes his approach to cybersecurity and AI as two-fold. Learn how AI and machine learning impacts the cybersecurity practice in the enterprise.

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Creative hiring managers can close security skills gap

Hiring managers are widening the pool of candidates in response to the cybersecurity skills shortage. Learn how a parks and recreation background can be an asset in threat hunting.

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Zoom flaw affects Mac, Windows and Linux clients

Companies and users around the world were impacted by a Zoom conferencing software flaw that could allow threat actors to forcibly join a video call without interaction.

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    FTC plans to fine Facebook $5B over privacy issues

    Facebook will reportedly be hit with a $5 billion fine by the FTC following an investigation into multiple privacy issues, and experts said other enterprises should take note.

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    Zoom flaw affects Mac, Windows and Linux clients

    Companies and users around the world were impacted by a Zoom conferencing software flaw that could allow threat actors to forcibly join a video call without interaction.

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    OneLogin introduces Desktop Pro for Windows

    By eliminating the need for remote workers to sign into Active Directory to access their network, OneLogin's Desktop Pro for Windows aims to make working remotely easier, according to the vendor.

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