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What is Threat Hunting & why you SHOULD go looking for trouble.*

Lately we’ve talked a lot about how the digital security landscape is changing and the different kind of threats you might be facing (WannaCry, Phishing, etc). There’s a lot of bad hombres out there that could potentially affect your digital well being.

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New NIST Rules Make Password Security Simple

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Passwords are a pain in the butt. I don’t know anybody that likes setting one, let alone remembering what it is. A password’s ultimate goal is to protect something you hold valuable. The more hoops you’ve got to jump through to keep that something safe, the more obnoxious it is.

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One Phish, Two Phish, Red Phish, Blue Phish...

You’re being attacked. I know. Shocking. You might not believe it but it’s true. I’m getting attacked. You’re getting attacked. We’re all getting attacked.

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First SaaS now WCaaS - How to Survive in the Weaponized Code as a Service age

The other day we talked to you about the WannaCry ransomware virus and the things you could do IMMEDIATELY to protect yourself; disable SMBv1 and install MS17-010 (read our last article here). WannaCry is nasty, it’s easily spread and it will absolutely ruin your day if you don’t protect yourself.

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WannaCry About Ransomware? So do we... (Part 1)

Recently we started compiling a list of steps people could take to stay safe online and away from malware and all its children. It was simple, straight forward, easy to understand and quite honestly, filler for a slow news week.

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Cylance - The Ups and Downs That Come with Being Good at What You Do

On March 30th the SANS Community named CylancePROTECT the Best Endpoint Protection Product of 2016. It’s no surprise really, the company, led by Stuart McClure and Ryan Permeh, has been shaking up their respective industry since they took the field in 2012.

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Credibility’s New Currency: Transparency

Recently Cloudflare and LastPass were faced with an inconvenient truth. Flaws had been identified in their systems and personal data that’s supposed to be private was open to the world.

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