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By Tamara Parker, Safetrust The implications of COVID-19 have been profound, and the road to business recovery is evolving and fluid. Facility leaders around the world are shifting their priorities. Their focus was once creating a workplace that promotes employee productivity and company values. Now, it’s ensuring that their workplace, […]

Four Ways to Increase Safety and Security at the Office ...


By Devin Partida, Editor-in-Chief, ReHack.com Physical security and safety have seen many changes in 2020. Due to the coronavirus pandemic, hospitals have had to adjust their protocols and practices, making sure they are secure places where the virus won’t spread. The following trends show how far health care workers can go […]

Physical Security in Hospitals: Trends of 2020


By Mark Webb-Johnson, Chief Technology Officer, Network Box From the time a vulnerability is announced, a race starts between developing, testing, releasing, and installing the patches to fix it; and the attackers developing their exploits to take advantage. Virtual Patching aims to deploy early patches ‘virtually.’ Sometimes on the affected […]

Virtual Patching



By: Jeffrey Ricker, co-founder and CEO of Hivecell Now more than ever, audio and visual security systems create massive amounts of raw data every second. As companies embrace technologies such as the Internet of Things (IoT) and machine learning, these systems are pushing hours upon hours’ worth of data―most of […]

The Cloud Is No Longer A Viable Option for Security ...



By Megan Nichols, Technical Writer and Editor at Schooled By Science High-quality parts play substantial roles in helping companies build solid reputations and earn the trust of customers. However, numerous sources and ongoing research show that counterfeit products represent a trillion-dollar global problem that could hurt companies’ bottom lines and endanger […]

How to Improve Supply Chain Security by Removing Counterfeit Parts




By Elmar Geese, COO at Greenbone Networks The coronavirus pandemic has seen a sharp increase in the number of cyberattacks, as cybercriminals take advantage of the current situation. Hackers are exploiting the increased number of vulnerabilities that pervasive homeworking has caused and are playing on people’s concerns over the pandemic. […]

Busting 3 Myths About Cyber Resilience


Spike in Brute-Force Attacks Hints to Kickoff of Malicious Campaign. Heimdal™ Security Discovers Brute-Force Campaign Targeting Danish Companies By Vladimir Unterfingher Introduction Heimdal™ Security’s Incident Response and Management team has recently unearthed evidence regarding an anonymous Moscow-based hacking cell operating on Danish soil. The data we have analyzed reveals the […]

Danish Reseller Under Attack by Anonymous Muscovite Hacking Group



By Devin Partida, Editor-in-Chief, ReHack.com As remote work has risen and scams have surged, businesses now have a renewed interest in cybersecurity. As pressing as these issues are, physical safety should still concern companies amid the pandemic. Specifically, organizations may have to pay more attention to package security. With lockdown regulations […]

Why More Companies Should Switch to Tamper-Proof Packaging


By Heather Paunet, Senior VP of Products – Untangle, www.untangle.com The UK National Trust. Rhode Island School of Design. Boy Scouts of America. The ACLU, The George W. Bush Presidential Center and NPR. What do all of these organizations have in common? All have found themselves among the 130+ organizations which […]

Blackbaud Hack Rattles Non-Profits – But what can they do?


By Jamie Zajac, VP Product Management at Carbonite, an OpenText company Right now, disaster seems to be all around. The headlines help remind us of the natural disasters from coast-to-coast, and let’s not forget a global pandemic that has led to lost time, productivity, and impacted bottom lines. Cybercriminals don’t […]

Cybersecurity: The Disaster You Can’t See, but Can Prepare For