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Cybersecurity awareness can reduce infection risk up to 70%

A new study from Wombat Security and Aberdeen Group shows that boosting cybersecurity awareness and education among employees can reduce enterprise security risks and cost.


Lessons learned: Network security implications of Shellshock

Shellshock had a tremendous impact on network security, affecting many popular vendors and products. Expert Kevin Beaver discusses what Shellshock means to network security, and the lessons that can be learned from the vulnerability.


Light January 2015 Patch Tuesday delivers one critical Windows fix

Microsoft's January 2015 Patch Tuesday updates include a critical Windows update for Telnet, and a fix for a controversial Windows 8.1 flaw disclosed two weeks ago. Plus: An expert says Adobe's critical Flash Player fix demands immediate attention.


ICS security training needed to boost awareness, response

Video: Expert Ernie Hayden says before industrial control systems security can improve, the industry must be taught that security is just as important as availability.

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