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The in Singapore may be over, but RSA remains committed to making the region more and closing the skills gap through collaboration with universities in the region. Learn more here:

Blog: Taking the Lead: Addressing the Cyber Skills Gap in Asia-Pacific



: 'destroyed' an drone  CNN President Donald Trump says a US ship "destroyed" an Iranian drone after it came within 1000 yards of the USS Boxer and ignored "multiple calls to stand down.
















Register for the 'Game of Threats' Seminar, 25th July, 5-7pm The hackers are moving from one section of your operations to another. If this were a cockpit, every red light would be on. What do you do and who do you pick the phone up to first?




About to wrap up another week of training for 's . Thanks to all attendees for your participation and engagement and to for hosting us. We hope you all leave with some new knowledge about the world of .




Ransomware is unique among cybercrime because in order for the attack to be successful, it requires the victim to become a willing accomplice after the fact. .




Ransomware is unique among cybercrime because in order for the attack to be successful, it requires the victim to become a willing accomplice after the fact.




Ransomware is unique among cybercrime because in order for the attack to be successful, it requires the victim to become a willing accomplice after the fact.



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Failing -security basics still top cause of breaches. Analysis of 1000 incidents finds companies still aren't getting the simple things right. To follow this story, subscribe to the NBR:




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Uh oh, who’s this? Don’t those horns look familiar?

Possible backstory coming up for our favorite bastard demon child, dependent on whenever or not I get it done with the writing/questions asked about it.

U.S. Air Force gets 3,000 new 'cyberspace officers'

The U.S. Air Force already made a sizable push in November of last year by establishing a new cyberspace operations division with no less than 27,000 officers, and it looks like it’s now further bolstered their ranks by promoting some 3,000 communications officers to the rank of “cyberspace officer.” That new title also comes complete with the impressive-looking badge pictured above, not to mention a full 115 days of additional training that promises to “raise the bar on technical competency.” Hax0rs, beware.

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MIT's digital lookout in the crows nest of cyber warfare

“Think about the system as a virtual analyst,” says Kaylan Veermachaneni, co-creator of MIT’s latest artificial intelligence. He’s a research scientist at the university’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence lab that, along with Ignacio Arnaldo, built an AI that acts as a lookout for the age of cyber warfare. AI2 (Short for Artificial Intelligence Squared) is a system designed to spot a hacking attack better than humans and existing software. They claim that the program can detect 85 percent of malicious attacks, although that figure is set to rise the more it learns. We can already imagine Sony’s IT gurus beating a path to Massachusetts with a suitcase stuffed full of unmarked bills.

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snapzone  asked:

if your ocs had their own room, how would they decorate it?

Buddy you’re asking me to pick someone out of a bag of jellybeans, I have so many OCS I don’t?? Really know where to start so I guess it’s the Chalkzone we go! (let me know if you want to hear more from the other fandoms)

Maxwell has a good room, it’s clean and nothing’s on the floor but there’s papers everywhere god save him. Claiming to be “The best potion master ever” he’s constantly retesting and coming up with new brews and ideas. He has a leetle desk off in the corner of his room, but that’s where all of his vials in his alchemy set is, don’t touch!! Making magical soup is a complicated process!!

His papers have very squished type of cursive from his webbed hands, so if anybody snuck in to read them it would be a mess to figure out.

His windowsills is covered in all sorts of plants and mushrooms, and more are hanging from the ceiling. Maxwell waters these every other day, and keeps his mushrooms closer to the ceiling to prevent them from drying out.

His room is surprisingly cold, so his bed is covered in several blankets. The air conditioning broke at somepoint, but he kind of forgot about it?? Being a frog means he can’t stay warm on his own, so he’s all wrapped up and looks like The Hermit on the Tarot Card whenever Maxwell is in his room.