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Hack the Vote: Vulnerabilities in Today’s Voting Infrastructure

Hack the Vote: Vulnerabilities in Today’s Voting Infrastructure As November approaches, it’s hard to ignore the constant buzz of stories surrounding the midterm elections. Political parties, media, and celebrities alike are going to great lengths to urge potential voters to get to the polls this year. But woven [...]
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Oct 25, 2018

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You're Studying, But Not Retaining. Why?

You’re Studying, But Not Retaining. Why? Pop quiz. Log 100 = ? Unless you are a mathematician (or total nerd) you probably don’t know the answer. Now, ask any high schooler and this question is low hanging fruit. A logarithm, the snarky high schooler will quip, is simply the inverse function of an exponent, [...]
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Sep 6, 2018

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Medicine and Cybersecurity, Is It only About Viruses?

Medicine and Cybersecurity, Is It Only About Viruses? A Cyber Vaccine In medicine, vaccines are used to prepare the body to attack viruses and treat illnesses. Pharmaceutical companies do not develop, trial, and release vaccines for a single patient, rather opting for strains of diseases to treat. The time, [...]
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Aug 30, 2018

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No Thank You Very Much, Mr. Roboto

No Thank You Very Much, Mr. Roboto Spammer and Robocall Tactics Even Practitioners Fall For Tell me if this sounds familiar: your phone rings unexpectedly and it’s an unknown number from the same area code as your personal number. You debate whether to answer knowing it’s probably a scammer, but curiosity kicks [...]
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Aug 23, 2018

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Why Your Best Cyber Talent is Going to Leave You

Why Your Best Cyber Talent is Going to Leave You According to a 2017 survey by ISSA and ESG, nearly half (49%) of cybersecurity practitioners are solicited for a job opportunity at least once a week. Stretching that out to a monthly range, almost every cybersecurity employee is presented with at least one [...]
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Aug 16, 2018

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Questions That Need Answers: How to Pronounce CISO

QTNA: How to Pronounce CISO In CyberVista's Questions That Need Answers (QTNA) video series, we tackle some of the most testable and important cybersecurity questions on a weekly basis. This week we're following up from our time at Black Hat 2018 where we asked folks a much debated question in cybersecurity. Here [...]
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Aug 15, 2018

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The Cyber Talent Right Under Our Noses

The Cyber Talent Right Under Our Noses While cyber roles vary wildly, surveys rank soft skills like critical thinking and written and verbal communications among the top most requested by employers. Yet, many employers aren’t finding qualified applicants that meet the steep list of technical skills required like [...]
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Aug 2, 2018

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The Hypocrisy of Cyber's Hippocratic Oath

The Hypocrisy of Cyber’s Hippocratic Oath When graduating medical school, physicians take the medical Hippocratic Oath known as Primum Non Nocere – “First Do No Harm.”  There’s a lot more to the Hippocratic Oath, and as I share my own experience in medical training, I will draw parallels to how similar and [...]
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Jul 26, 2018

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The Cyber Czar Has No Clothes

The Cyber Czar Has No Clothes Imagine that instead of aggressively working to appoint nominee Brett Kavanaugh for the Supreme Court, President Trump chose to not refill the position. Seems crazy, right?  How can an important federal position suddenly fail to be worthy of a replacement?
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Jul 18, 2018

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This Week in Cyber History

This Week in Cyber Cybersecurity is a nascent field, but it still has significant anniversaries. Welcome to the latest installment of This Week in Cyber where we look back on major events that have impacted information technology and cybersecurity. This is more than just an historical exercise. Looking back at [...]
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Jul 12, 2018

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