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By Entrust Datacard

February 23, 2016

Once again, hackers have reminded Uncle Sam that he is not impervious to cyberattacks. This time the targets were none other than the Department of Homeland Security, and the FBI. 
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By Entrust Datacard

February 09, 2015

When we talk about hacking these days, we're not talking about something that's confined to computers and mobile devices only. Sure, the majority of cybercrime that's carried out currently revolves around these mechanisms, but with the global push toward the Internet of Things, the sphere of items and objects that could become vulnerable to hacks is growing broader.
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By Entrust Datacard

July 31, 2013

For quite awhile now, we have been following several stories related to the hacking of Twitter accounts. And this week, the newsfeed is inundated with information that the hackers have indeed struck again. And yet again, it’s the Syrian Electronic Army causing social media mischief.
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By Entrust Datacard

April 23, 2013

Wow. All I can say is wow. The Associated Press had their Twitter account (@AP) hacked.
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By Stephen Demone

November 30, 2017

What if you got hacked, were able to retrieve the data from the hackers and didn’t tell anyone about it? Would all of your problems go away?  
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By Entrust Datacard

September 10, 2014

We don't live in a world where we can assume that the information we store online is safe, especially without stronger safeguards. Indeed, as many experts point out, it's not much of a stretch to label hackers neo-terrorists. With the clearly elevated degree of threat posed by cybercriminals, the question becomes this: Is anything hack-proof? The Answer? No That's the simple answer, according to TIME. Entrust Datacard provides context and background on this growing concern. 
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By Entrust Datacard

December 08, 2014

Learn about Jeremy Hammond, a prolific hacker who leads a life of "Hactivism" in order to help others understand how they can protect themselves from the dangers of online hackers.
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By Entrust Datacard

January 26, 2015

From the halls of universities to the Oval Office, the issue of cybersecurity is occupying an increasingly central role in everyday life. The major growth in cybersecurity efforts in organizations of all types is undoubtedly due in large part to the havoc that hackers wreaked in 2014. During last year, we got accustomed to seeing new breach headlines every couple of days it seemed like. Hopefully, though, 2015 will be the year we take significant steps toward keeping those attacks at bay. With the work currently being done by educational and government institutions, it looks like preparedness will be the word in 2015.
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By Entrust Datacard

January 27, 2015

It doesn't matter how big or small your business is, or whether its annual revenue places it on the Fortune 500 list. If you run an enterprise, you are a potential target of cybercrime. It's as simple as that. The problem is that some enterprises don't seem to realize this. Instead of preparing to guard against the multitude of threats out there, they prefer to operate in a mode of futile rationalizing. We're not a big enough business anyway. We don't represent the kind of target that would be lucrative for hackers. These are the types of excuses that organizations fall back on to justify inaction. But this approach is a recipe for disaster. Instead, companies need to stop making excuses and start focusing on coming up with the best cybersecurity plan for them.
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By Entrust Datacard

January 05, 2015

As far as cybersecurity goes, 2014 was nothing short of exhausting. If you were lucky enough to not get hacked yourself, chances are you knew somebody — or, more likely, some business — that was. More than anything, what the past year proved is that hackers are bolder and more sophisticated than ever. And if you thought 2014 was a bad year, then just wait to see what 2015 has in store.
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