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Voice in the enterprise: 3 current use cases

Weeding through the hype, Gartner offers three use cases for voice technology that the enterprise can actually use right now, covering Salesforce Einstein and Amazon Alexa. While voice assistants such as Siri, Cortana, Google Home, and Alexa have been embraced by the consumer, their adoption within enterprise is still in its embryonic phase. And rightfully […]

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How the Cloud Security Alliance helps businesses identify and mitigate cybersecurity risks

John Yeoh explains how CSA works with organizations on various aspects of cloud security to identify top risks, assess cloud service providers, establish baseline controls, and build best practices. At the Black Hat USA 2019 cybersecurity conference in Las Vegas, CNET and CBS News Senior Producer Dan Patterson spoke with Cloud Security Alliance‘s John Yeoh about how […]

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Why you shouldn’t wear a strait jacket to a job interview

A fine line exists between differentiating yourself through a resume or at a job interview, and from being too outlandish for hiring managers. Here’s how to find the balance. More for CXOs Resumes are an inevitable aspect of the hiring process, typically used to highlight previous experience, skills, and past education. However, with the unemployment […]

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Revealed: Windows 10’s new look for 2-in-1 PCs

Microsoft is experimenting with offering broadly the same layout for Windows 10’s desktop and tablet modes. Since Windows 10 was created, Microsoft’s goal has been to create a single operating system that could run on PCs, tablets, and smartphones. More about Windows But Windows 10’s tablet mode is still noticeably different from the traditional Windows […]

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3 best practices for effective mentorships

At Code PaLOUsa 2019, consultant Tamay Shannon discussed the benefits of mentoring and how to be an effective mentor. Mentorship can be extremely impactful for working professionals, across industries. Whether it’s mentorship programs for women in tech, an employee helping a new hire acclimate to their new job or location, or managers guiding co workers […]

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Help! Our VMware Server is infected with ransomware

TechRepublic member sagilbert47201 has discovered their VMware backup server is infected with ransomware. Can you help this TechRepublic member recover their data? Welcome to our “Got Answers?” series where we help our fellow members get answers to their tech questions. Are you the one who can offer advice or tips to help your fellow members […]

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How much do you know about the Russian Dark Web?

Security expert Charity Wright discusses the Dark Web in Russia, how the Dark Web is being used in Vietnam for anonymity from the government, China’s surveillance efforts, and more. At the Black Hat USA 2019 cybersecurity conference in Las Vegas, CNET and CBS News Senior Producer Dan Patterson spoke with IntSights Charity Wright about cybercrime, the Dark […]

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Python programming language: ‘Advanced security features’ will help block malicious PyPI packages

Work on systems to root out malicious software libraries is due to get underway in December. Must-read Developer content The Python Software Foundation has revealed that work will begin in December to add “advanced security features” to the core Python Package Index (PyPI). PyPI is the official repository of third-party packages for the popular Python […]

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How HackerOne empowers independent hackers to improve security

Enabling responsible vulnerability disclosure programs protects companies and hackers in their endeavor to squash software bugs. Independent security research is a rather woolly endeavor, as the gig economy goes. While the payoffs can be quite lucrative, the potential that companies will renege on promises of bug bounties remains decently high, and there’s always an outside […]

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How to remove saved addresses from Firefox Autofill

If you’re serious about privacy, don’t allow Firefox to save and autofill your addresses. More about cybersecurity Firefox has the ability to remember quite a lot. This is especially true when you enable Autofill. For some, Autofill is quite the time-saver. For others, Autofill is considered little more than a security issue waiting to happen. […]