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July 7th, 2022 | Jay Ferron
The FBI Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3) warns of an increase in complaints reporting the use of deepfakes and stolen Personally Identifiable Information (PII) to apply for a variety of remote work and work-at-home positions. Deepfakes include a video, an image, or recording convincingly altered and manipulated to misrepresent someone as doing or saying something that was not actually done or said. - read more
 
Resource
July 7th, 2022 | ChannelPro
Listen along with Joel Zaidspiner as he learns what’s new from Cyrisma, Premier BPO, Red Sentry, and Redstor. - read more
 
News
July 6th, 2022 | Rich Freeman
The new functionality, which is available immediately to Acronis users free of charge, lets technicians take control of endpoints in need of troubleshooting or support directly from inside the Cyber Protect Cloud console. - read more
 
ASCII Forum: Trending Topics
July 6th, 2022 | ChannelPro
Hot topics trending on the members-only ASCII Group Forum. Come join the conversation... - read more
 
Blog Entry
July 6th, 2022 | Jay Ferron
 This uses vulnerabilities in Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) to access victims’ networks - read more
 
Blog Entry
July 5th, 2022 | Jay Ferron
 NIST Announces the Release of Draft NIST IR 8323 Revision 1 | Foundational PNT Profile: Applying the Cybersecurity Framework for the Responsible Use of Positioning, Navigation, and Timing (PNT) Services.  - read more
 
Blog Entry
July 5th, 2022 | Jay Ferron
 This is an IN-Person Event - read more
 
Blog Entry
July 5th, 2022 | Jay Ferron
NIST has completed the third round of the Post-Quantum Cryptography (PQC) standardization process, which selects public-key cryptographic algorithms to protect information through the advent of quantum computers. A total of four candidate algorithms have been selected for standardization: CRYSTALS-KYBER, CRYSTALS-Dilithium, FALCON, and SPHINCS+. - read more
 
Blog Entry
July 5th, 2022 | Jay Ferron
The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) has announced that a new post-quantum cryptographic standard will replace current public-key cryptography, which is vulnerable to quantum-based attacks. - read more
 

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