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Google Exec Sparks Debate Over 'Black Hat' Name

A debate has broken out among cybersecurity professionals over the use of the term “black hat” after a Google executive called attention to the issue. Earlier this month, David Kleidermacher, a vice president of engineering at Google in charge of Android security and privacy, announced he was withdrawing from a planned speech at the long-running Black Hat USA conference.

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Coronavirus Remote Learning Brings Cybersecurity Challenges

As many workers have been doing their jobs remotely to try to curb the spread of the coronavirus pandemic, students too have been attempting to do their learning from home.

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Evil Corp. Indictments Show How Top Cybercriminals Live Large

Charges that U.S. officials have leveled at a Russian group calling itself Evil Corp. may drive home the potential rewards of cybercrime.

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Mounting U.S. Conflict with Iran Marks Another Cyber First

The United States may have set a fresh precedent with its recent cyber attack on Iran.

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Physical Attack in Reply to Hackers is World’s First

An assault during recent violence between Israel and Gaza marked a milestone of sorts, according to various media reports.

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Cybersecurity Industry Forecast to Hit $300B by 2024

As cyber attacks grow costlier and more frequent for organizations, the information security market is set to more than double in size, a new research report predicts.

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SALESFORCE GOING TO VOICE

Parker Harris, Salesforce Salesforce has announced Einstein Voice Assistant, a voice interface, which will be available as a pilot in the winter 2019 release of the company’s CRM application. Administrators will be able to build Einstein Voice Bots connected to Salesforce, which will be piloted in the summer 2019 release. Pricing information will be released at the time of general availability.

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