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Securing the Stocks: Rule 613 & the CAT

On May 6, 2010 the U.S. Stock opened lower and began an intraday downtrend with the Dow losing some 300 points until 2:42 p.m. EST. Then it proceeded to drop precipitously another 600 points over the next 5 minutes, temporarily wiping out over a trillion dollars of wealth, before rebounding most of the 600 point drop [...]

2018-01-22T01:18:52+00:00 Categories: Financial|Comments Off on Securing the Stocks: Rule 613 & the CAT

Information Unavailable: DDoS Hacking

One of the more commonly-used types of attack tactics implemented by hackers is the Denial of Service (DoS) hack.  At its base a denial-of-service attack is a hack that attempts to make a computer or network resource temporarily or persistently unavailable for its intended users. This is generally accomplished through the massive flooding of the [...]

2018-01-13T19:38:25+00:00 Categories: Cybersecurity|Comments Off on Information Unavailable: DDoS Hacking

Cyber Degree and Certificate Roadmap

Cybersecurity is one of the most sought after careers in the world today. In high demand, cyber professionals are helping to ensure the safety of computer networks and systems in both the public and private sectors. The following information is intended to act as a road map to help you prepare for a career in [...]

2018-01-11T18:56:29+00:00 Categories: Career Guide, Careers, Education|Comments Off on Cyber Degree and Certificate Roadmap

Crowdsourcing Hackers for Better Security

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles is reaching out to the freelance community to entice white-hat hackers to aid the automaker in strengthening the cybersecurity protocols of its products and connected services by offering bounties to cybersecurity specialists who can resolve vulnerabilities. The move follows on the heels of a cybersecurity breach that led to a voluntary recall [...]

2018-01-21T23:53:46+00:00 Categories: Data, News|Comments Off on Crowdsourcing Hackers for Better Security