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28 May 2017 The Working Dead: IT Jobs Bound For Extinction [63643]
Infoworld, May 15th 2017

"Remember CD-ROMs?" asks Dan Tynan in Infoworld.

"Rob Terry does. For a few years in the mid-1990s, he helped develop interactive discs for several companies, including InfoWorld's sister publication PC World. Terry's job was to create electronic versions of the magazine that connected with this new thing everyone was talking about called the internet...

It didn't last long..."
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28 May 2017 6 Security Measures You've Put Off Too Long [63661]
InfoWorld, May 16th 2017

"At last count, more than 200,000 victims in 150 countries have been hit with the weaponized WannaCry ransomware worm. In the United Kingdom, the National Health Service was hit hard by the worm, potentially threatening patients' lives," reports Roger A. Grimes in InfoWorld.

"Haven't we had enough? It's time to stop pretending that lukewarm, poorly executed security measures are really doing something about the problem. Good computer security solutions exist that will absolutely diminish cybercrime. We just have to recognize and apply them..."
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15 May 2017 The Working Dead: IT Jobs Bound For Extinction [63524]
Infoworld, May 15th 2017

"Remember CD-ROMs?

Rob Terry does. For a few years in the mid-1990s, he helped develop interactive discs for several companies, including InfoWorld's sister publication PC World. Terry's job was to create electronic versions of the magazine that connected with this new thing everyone was talking about called the internet...

It didn't last long..."
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07 May 2017 Annual Verizon Security Report Says Sloppiness Causes Most Data Breaches [62975]
InfoWorld, April 27th 2017

"Phishing, malware, ransomware, hacking, cyberespionage: The latest Verizon Data Breach Investigations Report shows the best prevention is basic security hygiene," reports Fahmida Y. Rashid in InfoWorld.

"Security threats are constantly evolving, but as Verizon's latest DBIR (Data Breach Investigations Report) shows, the more things change in information security, the more they stay the same.

More than half (51 percent) of the data breaches analyzed in the report involved malware, 73 percent of the breaches were financially motivated, and 75 percent of security incidents were tracked back to outside actors. This year's report found that email was the No. 1 malware delivery vector, compared to last year, when it was web drive-by-download attacks..."
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07 May 2017 Foiled! 15 Tricks To Hold Off The Hackers [62971]
InfoWorld, April 27th 2017

"To root out persistent hackers, sometimes you have to get a little creative," writes Roger A. Grimes in InfoWorld.

"Malicious hackers have outsize reputations. They are uber-geniuses who can guess any password in seconds, hack any system, and cause widespread havoc across multiple, unrelated networks with a single keystroke - or so Hollywood says. Those of us who fight hackers every day know the good guys are usually far smarter. Hackers simply have to be persistent..."
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