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With ‘social distancing’ a familiar term to most of us at this point, many companies have allowed their employees to work from home, given that the alternative is to cease operations entirely. But it brings a myriad of IT problems.
The Dark Triad brings together three types of online cyber attacks: hacking, misinformation, and trolling. While they can each work independently, they usually feed off each other and become especially potent when working in concert.
With entire workforces and student bodies at all levels of education now logging in from home, deploying Single Sign-On and Multi-factor Authentication is as important as ever.
Now, more than ever is a time to learn how to scout for and also choose the best job for you. With the pandemic still raging at the time of this writing, many people are out of jobs and on the hunt.
The Windows registry can be a goldmine for attackers and clueless employees. There’s no place better suited for introducing security vulnerabilities or completely screwing up a Windows system than the registry.
Retaining openness and transparency while reducing cyber risk is the Holy Grail of educational IT and challenging to implement.
The Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act (GLBA) has been around since 1999, but it doesn't just affect financial services, it also requires higher education to comply.
In this tutorial, you’re going to learn how to get started with GitHub Actions by creating an Actions workflow to invoke tasks in a job.
If you work in IT, or if you're in any position to evaluate and choose IT tools, chances are you're familiar with the names Gartner and Forrester.