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The term “one size fits all” has been used for over five decades to describe a method that will work under any circumstance. In theory, the concept sounds great—in reality, not so much. When it comes to threat modeling, tailor-made
What would you do with $1.25 million dollars? Buy a house, fund your kids’ college educations, or take that dream vacation…sure you would. Most of us would settle for just a slice of that million-dollar pie, and several security bounties
In 1775 Congress enacted the U.S. Postal Service, with Benjamin Franklin as its first Postmaster General. For many, many years, we used “snail mail” as a primary means to transmit information across the miles. With today’s technological advances and the
IT SECURITY NEW ZERO-DAY FLAW: New exploit linked to Russian ‘Sandworm’ hackers. Microsoft is warning Windows users that they’re vulnerable to a new zero-day flaw that attackers have been exploiting to remotely execute arbitrary code. “At this time, we are
A recent Gallup News survey asked participants to indicate the number of hours worked in a typical week. Most Americans reported working an average of 47 hours, and almost half indicated that they work close to 50 hours per week.
Disabled motorists’ parking spaces—particularly at small businesses—are often filled with vehicles without an authorized placard or license plate. To make matters worse, many cities have seen a significant increase in placard applications and distribution. For example, a recent survey found