Advice from Kevin Mitnick Featured in the Wall Street Journal Op-Ed

Kevin Mitnick was interviewed by Mr. Maniloff who is an attorney at White and Williams LLP in Philadelphia and an adjunct professor at Temple University’s Beasley School of Law.

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EVENT REVIEW: Channelnomics Recognizes Xerox Security Summit as Top Security Event of 2018

Regardless of their size or industry, one thing every business has in common is a reliance on the Web to execute their fundamental business processes. Everything from communicating with clients to banking, ordering, invoicing and more, happens online. That means that every customer you serve is susceptible to cybersecurity breaches, making cybersecurity both a chief concern for your customers and a significant challenge.

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How to protect against the latest creepy phishing attacks

When you think about phishing attacks, you probably envision sketchy emails cobbled together with a pixelated logo, an obviously phony sender address, and a ludicrous request to wire thousands of dollars to a mysterious Nigerian prince. There’s no way today’s technologically savvy workforce could fall for such a trite scheme, right?

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Six Tips for Online Security

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Cybersecurity: the weakest link is you

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Explore 2050, Kaspersky Security experts reveal future security

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KnowBe4 Moves From #38 to #6 on Cybersecurity 500

The Cybersecurity 500 / Q2 2017 list of the world’s hottest security companies was officially released June 21, 2017.

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Black-hat hackers more daring and experienced than white-hat hackers

Sixty-five percent of respondents to a poll say black hats are more experienced than white hats.

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KnowBe4 Research Shows Eighty-Two Percent of Email Servers are Misconfigured

KnowBe4, provider of the world’s most popular integrated new-school security awareness training and simulated phishing platform, analyzed more than 10,000 email servers and identified that eighty-two percent of them are misconfigured, allowing spoofed emails to enter an organization disguised as coming from a company’s own domain.

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Lo and Behold, Reveries of the Connected World (4 stars)

Werner Herzog's personal style of documentary-making is unique. With his clipped German voice posing unusual but intelligent questions, Herzog chooses to remain behind the camera throughout this offbeat investigation of the development of the internet – but Lo and Behold is so idiosyncratic it could only have been made by the celebrated filmmaker.

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