New IPS Architecture Uses Network Flow Data for Analysis

Can a stream of data intended for network performance monitoring be the basis of network security? One company says the answer is ‘yes.’ Network control and management components communicate with one another through flows — information generated and collected in data’s passage through the routers, switches, and other network components scattered throughout the network. Now, […]

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Unsuck It

In part two of our five-hour webinar, we’ll discuss curb appeal, an important issue many of us overlook when creating websites, blogs, and social media accounts. Unsucked: Presentation. A product’s salability and flashiness, usually in the trade show circuit. In its original context, the term refers to the attractiveness of a house or commercial property.

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School of Cyberthreats: 3 Attacks Impacting Today’s Schools

Educational institutions are data-rich gold mines. From student and employee records to sensitive financial information, schools contain a plethora of data that can be obtained by cybercriminals rather easily due to lack of security protocols. This fact has cybercriminals pivoting their strategies, leading to a recent uptick in attacks on the education sector in the […]

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Equifax to Pay Up to $700mn for Data Breach Damages

In a settlement with the FTC, consumers affected by the breach are eligible for up to $20,000 in a cash settlement, depending on damages they can prove. In 2017, Equifax suffered one of the most infamous data breaches in US history. Personal information of roughly 148 million people was compromised, and the company since has […]

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FaceApp: The App That Ages Your Employees and Your CIO

Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) is one of the defining characteristics of the modern mobile workforce but it’s also a weakness many businesses aren’t paying enough attention to. It’s likely many corporate BYOD users  have downloaded a hot new app named FaceApp. An AI face editor, this app is rising in popularity all thanks to […]

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CSS :not() with Multiple Classes

.mega-header::before { content: “”; position: absolute; top: 0; right: 0; width: 75%; height: 90%; background-image: radial-gradient(ellipse closest-side, rgba(15, 14, 22, 0.5), #100e17), url(https://res.cloudinary.com/css-tricks/image/fetch/w_1200,q_auto,f_auto/https://css-tricks.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/07/css-chaining-not.png); background-size: cover; background-repeat: no-repeat; opacity: 0.75; } Say you want to select an element when it doesn’t have a certain class. That’s what the :not() selector is for. body:not(.home) { } But […]

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