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Future of Web Security: Firms Now Forced to Think Like Hackers

Posted by in Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS), Hackers, Web Security

With new waves of DDoS attacks reported every day, and dozens of publications on the same, it has become eminent for companies to re-think their cyber security strategies.   Cyber-attacks are becoming more sophisticated as technology evolves. Recently, a luxury goods manufacturer went under attack from a phisher who stole employee finger-prints used as security…


Future of Web Security: Firms Now Forced to Think Like Hackers

Posted by in Cyber Attack, Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS), Hack, Hackers

With new waves of DDoS attacks reported every day, and dozens of publications on the same, it has become eminent for companies to re-think their cyber security strategies.   Cyber-attacks are becoming more sophisticated as technology evolves. Recently, a luxury goods manufacturer went under attack from a phisher who stole employee finger-prints used as security…


Cyber Security Skills for Teens with Hacker High School

Posted by in Cyber Security Skills, Hackers, Hacking, Heimdal Security

For high school students prospecting for a career in the field of cyber-security should prepare early enough. Several programs can help high schoolers in learning about cyber security and gain relevant experience for potential internships as well as enhance college applications. Hacker High School Hacker High School offers a set of free active e-book lessons…


The Real-Life Hacking of Mr. Robot

Posted by in Cyber Attack, Data Breach, Hackers, Hacking, Mr. Robot

One of the most talked-about television series these days is currently on its second season, and it features cyber attacks that are not only plausible but also realistically systematic. Mr. Robot is a dramatic series broadcast by the USA cable television network. The series focuses on a young and troubled IT engineer recruited by a…


Car Company Wants Hackers to Find Their Tech Bugs

Posted by in Car Company, Hackers, Tech Bugs

The umbrella company for Fiat, Chrysler, Jeep, Dodge, and Ram is looking for tech savvy people to find vehicle cybersecurity system vulnerabilities. FCA US, the umbrella company put up a type of bounty program on Bugcrowd, which is an online community of cybersecurity enthusiasts. The company issued a challenge that would pay between 150-1500 dollars…


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