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    Begin a career in IT with this cybersecurity training bundle

    <!–> Learn cybersecurity basics with this course bundle deal. StackSocial If you’re interested in a career in IT, you don’t have to get a formal education to begin your training – and you may not want to. Considering the steep learning curve of the industry, it may be worthwhile to start your education before you […] More

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    5 tips for securing SSH on your Linux server or desktop

    <!–> David Merron Photography/Getty Images I’ve been using Secure Shell (SSH) for decades. With this remote login tool, I can rest assured my remote machines accept logins securely and efficiently. At the same time, I also understand nothing is ever 100% secure on any device connected to a network, which is why I always take […] More

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    Employees input sensitive data into generative AI tools despite the risks

    <!–> Andriy Onufriyenko/Getty Images Employees might recognize the potential leak of sensitive data as a top risk, but some individuals still proceed to input such information into publicly available generative artificial intelligence (AI) tools.  This sensitive data includes customer information, sales figures, financial data, and personally identifiable information, such as email addresses and phone numbers. […] More

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    Singapore is boosting its broadband for AI and autonomous vehicles

    <!–> Yuichiro Chino/Getty Images Singapore is looking to boost its national broadband network to better prepare for emerging technologies, such as artificial intelligence (AI) and autonomous vehicles.  The country will set aside up to SG$100 million ($74.2 million) to upgrade the current nationwide network to deliver speeds of up to 10Gbps, according to Infocomm Media […] More

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    Cybercriminals are using Meta’s Llama 2 AI, according to CrowdStrike

    <!–> Yuichiro Chino/Getty Images Cybercrime outfits have taken fledgling steps to use generative AI to stage attacks, including Meta’s Llama 2 large language model, according to cybersecurity firm CrowdStrike in its annual Global Threat Report, published Wednesday. The group Scattered Spider made use of Meta’s large language model to generate scripts for Microsoft’s PowerShell task automation program, […] More

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    How to update apps in MacOS: Two options

    Screen Sharing on MacOS Sonoma Jason Perlow/ZDNET Any time I see updates available for my MacOS machines, I immediately apply them. Why? Because those updates often contain security patches that keep my computers safe. Those updates might also contain new features for apps or performance and reliability improvements. Either way, I find these updates to […] More

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    Apple secures iMessage against threats from the future

    Maria Diaz/ZDNET Quantum computing may still be an emerging technology, but Apple is two steps ahead of other tech giants by releasing quantum-secure messaging. The company introduced PQ3 for iMessage, bringing the iOS messaging app up to level 3 of cryptographic security, the highest level applied to a messaging app.  Most other messaging apps are […] More

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    Singapore struggles with scams as cybercrime cases keep climbing

    <!–> Filmstax/Getty Images Scams and cybercrime cases in Singapore continue their upward trajectory, increasing by 49.6% last year, even as the country rolls out several industry-wide measures to stem such incidents.  The number of scam and cybercrime cases hit 50,376 in 2023, up from 33,669 cases the previous year, with scams accounting for 92.4% of overall […] More