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Questions You'll Often Be Asked at a Cybersecurity Job Interview

When you’re called for a phone or in-person interview about a cybersecurity job, you’ll commonly face two types of questions.

Your Smartphone or Laptop Camera: A Window into Your Private Life?

When it comes to your smartphone or laptop camera, it’s possible for either type of camera to be hacked and used without your permission.

DEF CON 26: First Day Review and Voting Machine Hacking

The first day of DEF CON 26 featured a keynote speech by founder Jeff Moss and the challenge of hacking state voting machines.

Retired Special Agent Jim Christy Speaks at BSides Las Vegas Conference

Retired Special Agent Jim Christy spoke during the BSides Las Vegas conference. He put together a task force to solve the D.B. Cooper skyjacking case.

Black Hat USA 2018 Conference Focuses on Cyber Threats and Unique Solutions

The Black Hat USA 2018 Conference is the world's leading information security event, now taking place through August 9 in Las Vegas.

Employee Negligence a Big Cybersecurity Risk for Businesses, Study Says

A recent study says employee negligence is the main cause of data breaches. Executives also stated that external vendors were a cybersecurity risk.

Orlando Airport and US Customs to Implement Facial Recognition Technology

Florida's Orlando airport, notorious for its long security checkpoints, will soon get new biometric screening in the form of facial recognition technology.

Trump-Kim Summit Gift Bags Containing Fans with USB Drives Raise Cyber Eyebrows

Journalists attending the recent Trump/Kim summit were given fans with USB drives, which cybersecurity experts warned may contain malware.

City of Atlanta Victim of Devastating Ransomware Assault

On March 22, the City of Atlanta was the victim of a ransomware attack that caused widespread problems. Atlanta has stated that it did not pay the ransom.

Buffalo Wild Wings Issues Apology for Racist Tweets after Hack

Restaurant chain Buffalo Wild Wings has issued an apology after a series of racist tweets appeared on Twitter. The posts were created by an unknown hacker.