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Crafting an effective data breach response plan

During an IT GRC Forum webinar, experts explain the need for shedding legacy security approaches and highlight the gravity of drafting a data breach response plan.

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Private sector affected by government shutdown

In addition to putting government agencies at risk, the shutdown has impacted federal security services and resources that the private sector relies on to keep enterprises safe.

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How the TP-Link EAP Controller is vulnerable to attack

The TP-Link EAP Controller for Linux was recently found to be vulnerable to attacks. Learn from Judith Myerson what this means for users and how it can be prevented.

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Attacks on the government easier during shutdown

As the shutdown continues, experts believe government cybersecurity will become more vulnerable, and government IT staff could leave for the private sector.

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    Citing an inability to manage 'negativity, polarization, and disruption' at the conference, DerbyCon organizers unexpectedly announced this year's show will be the last.

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