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Top Six Advantages of Open Source Development/Products According to Guardian Digital - Open source programs and solutions offer many advantages over proprietary alternatives including better quality, higher levels of security, superior flexibility, lower costs and a thriving community surrounding open source development.

- In this interview, Dave Wreski discusses Guardian Digital's highly effective email security solutions and the myriad advantages of investing in these solutions to secure your email.

  (Jun 11)

Open jobs in both the private and public sectors have increased to 301,873 over the 12-month period from April 2017 to March 2018, according to new data from CyberSeek, a free cybersecurity career and workforce resource.

  FBI Slaps New Charges Against Researcher Who Stopped WannaCry (Jun 10)

Any hopes that Marcus Hutchins, the British security researcher credited with stopping WannaCry, might have harbored about a quick resolution of a US malware case against him were dashed this week with the FBI slapping four new charges against him.

  Ericsson's Chris Price on the need for collaboration between open source communities and projects (Jun 11)

The open source community is a huge collection of often inter-related projects and initiatives, so how can telcos and their vendor partners best engage and benefit? In addition to his Ericsson role, Chris Price is also a Board Member of both the Linux Foundation and the OpenStack Foundation, so is ideally placed to offer advice.

  GDPR will increase reported breaches and trigger a flood of ‘Right to be Forgotten' requests (Jun 10)

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is now being enforced, and 60 percent of affected businesses are not prepared. This is concerning, but I'm not here to spread the fear, uncertainty and doubt (FUD).

  (Jun 12)

The US Department of Justice today said it has arrested 74 individuals engaged in business email compromise (BEC) schemes, with approximately $14 million in fraudulent wire transfers recovered.

  UK watchdog issues $330k fine for Yahoo's 2014 data breach (Jun 12)

Another fallout from the massive Yahoo data breach that dates back to 2014: The UK's data watchdog has just issued a £250,000 (~$334k) penalty for violations of the Data Protection Act 1998.

  (Jun 13)

Today, all organizations are digital by default. However, it has never been more difficult for organizations to map the digital environment in which they operate, or their interactions with it.

  Serious Security: How three minor bugs make one major exploit (Jun 13)

More insecure webcams! Inattention to IoT security! Who would have thought?

  (Jun 15)

Record-breaking distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks are on a tear this year, and new data shows that DNS amplification attacks have jumped 700% worldwide since 2016.

  Trial of two men accused of $20m hacked press release fraud begins (Jun 14)

We didn't know the information that made us rich was stolen from PR agencies! That appears to be the defence proffered by two defendants in the hacked press release trial.

  (Jun 14)

Devising a comprehensive strategy to protect your organisation from hackers, data breaches and other cyber security threats is complicated.

  23,000 Compromised in HealthEquity Data Breach (Jun 15)

Sometimes all it takes is one employee to spark a cybersecurity wildfire, as HealthEquity learned this week. The company, which handles more than 3.4 million health savings accounts, suffered a data breach when an unauthorized person accessed an employee's email account.