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October has always been a time for goblins, ghosts and vampires—but in today’s security-focused world, it is also a month to acknowledge the cyber spooks and digital demons we worry about most. From data breaches to compliance regulations to the unrelenting pace of business, staying conscious of ever-present dangers has become a full-time job. But unlike the ghouls of Halloween, the risks we face today can be vanquished by some good-old-fashioned vigilance and know-how. And the experts from ZeroNorth, the industry’s first provider of vulnerability orchestration across applications and infrastructure, are here to tell you the spookiest things they’ve seen in the digital world—and how they can be prevented.
Security Tip of the Week:
Bottom line: the most unsecure part of any system is the operator. Start there!
—Scott Dillman, ZeroNorth DevOps Engineer
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