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SSH Exposed: 7 Vulnerabilities Every CIO Should Know

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Introducing the iTivity Secure Connectivity Platform

iTivity Corporation today announced the release of iTivity SCP, the first Secure Connectivity Platform as a Service designed to allow vendors of IoT and connected devices to add new security, management, and communication capabilities for their products with minimal...

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Cost of Data Breaches Rising Globally

The average total cost to a company that suffers a data breach has risen to $3.79 million per instance — up 23 percent over last year — according to the latest study by IBM and the Ponemon Institute. Lost business resulting from reputation damage was cited as the most...

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SSH Backdoor in Fortinet Hardware Compromises Customers

Exactly 30 days after the announcement that Juniper Networks had jeopardized customer security by shipping products with a hard-coded SSH password, security appliance manufacturer Fortinet has announced that many of their products contain a similar hard-coded backdoor...

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