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JAPANESE ROCKET ENGINE EXPLODES: CONTINUOUSLY AND ON PURPOSE

Liquid-fuelled rocket engine design has largely followed a simple template since the development of the German V-2 rocket in the middle of World War 2. Propellant and oxidizer are mixed in a combustion chamber, creating a mixture of hot gases at high pressure that very much wish to leave out the back of the rocket, […]

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Alarming Cybersecurity Stats: What You Need To Know For 2021

The year 2020 broke all records when it came to data lost in breaches and sheer numbers of cyber-attacks on companies, government, and individuals. In addition, the sophistication of threats increased from the application of emerging technologies such as machine learning, artificial intelligence, and 5G,  and especially from greater tactical cooperation among hacker groups and […]

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What businesses need to know to evaluate partner cyber resilience

Many recent high-profile breaches have underscored two important¬†cybersecurity lessons: the need for increased scrutiny in evaluating access and controls of partners handling valuable customer data, and the imperativeness of assessing a third party‚Äôs (hopefully multi-layered) approach to cyber resilience. Given the average number of tech tools, platforms and partnerships today, having a clear and consistent […]

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Elite CIA unit that developed hacking tools failed to secure its own systems, allowing massive leak, an internal report found

The publication of ‚ÄėVault 7‚Äô cyber tools by WikiLeaks marked the largest data loss in agency history, a task force concluded. The theft of top-secret computer hacking tools from the CIA in 2016 was the result of a workplace culture in which the agency‚Äôs elite computer hackers ‚Äúprioritized building cyber weapons at the expense of […]

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Protecting Controlled Unclassified Information

Protecting Controlled¬† Unclassified Information¬† CCPA: What You Need to Know About California‚Äôs New Privacy Law CCPA Assessment: A Roadmap to NIST 800-171 Compliance DISC¬†helps business owners in California to meet the new 2018 requirements of the CCPA and how to implement the National Institute of Standards and Technology‚Äôs (NIST) 800-171 cybersecurity framework. The roadmap is […]

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How to achieve cyber resilience in 7 steps

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