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Dabbling In The Dark Arts? A Look At Offensive Cyber Ops 101

The lines between our physical and virtual worlds continue to blur, and the words, “you’ve been hacked,” continue to take on all sorts of ominous connotations across these blurred lines, especially after a mega attack like last week’s WannaCry. With this in mind, we decided to ask offensive security specialist and bug hunter, Matthew Maley, to break it all down for us.

Security 101: In The Line Of Fire, Plan, Prepare, Persevere

Leadership isn’t easy in any case, but for military commanders sworn to protect their countries, there’s another heavy responsibility — that of sending those that serve under them into battle. Counterterrorism expert Col. S.K. Singh gives us a glimpse of what goes into giving those that serve every advantage they can get, especially in hostile territory.

You’ve Got Mail … And Why That Should Be Such A Scary Phrase

People around the world send and receive over two-and-a-half million emails a second. So given how much email we use, why is our email hygiene so bad, and can we make it better? Biometrica’s Director of Project Architecture, Kevin King, breaks it down for us.

Dash, Down, Crawl: What You Should Do When Facing A Gunman

In a world gone crazy, you never know when you’re going to be in a situation where you’re under attack, facing a gunman. Col. S.K. Singh, a counterterrorism specialist, gives you an idea of what you’re up against and what you should try and do.

Personally Identifiable Information (PII) 101: Read It Now!

If you’re in banking or the healthcare industry, you almost certainly have a bunch of stringent rules you’re supposed to follow when it comes to transmitting sensitive personal information. But in our experience, many other businesses in the United States, including in the casino, hotel, and retail sectors, are remarkably casual, or perhaps, unaware, about the sharing of PII data, whether on customers or on employees, and that information could cause serious financial, legal and reputational harm.

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