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Microsoft warns attack could compromise Windows domain controllers and servers

Microsoft issues mitigations for the latest in what it calls classic NTLM relay attacks on Windows. One researcher called the proof of concept of the attack "brutal"




Create more hours in a day with robotic process automation

There’s a new wave in robotic process automation. The robots have moved from the back office to the front office to automate almost anything in...

Top Women in Cyber Security Celebration 2021: Honouree roundup

With files from Samira Balsara On July 28, people from all over Canada joined IT World Canada online to celebrate the top women in Canadian cybersecurity as...

How to make careers in cybersecurity more accessible for women

Cheryl McGrath, Area VP and Canadian General Manager for Optiv, discusses ways to make the cybersecurity industry more welcoming to women

The road less travelled: A leadership story about careers in cybersecurity

Marcia Sequeira's journey to leadership in cybersecurity with Trend Micro

Hashtag Trending July 29 – Scam baiter gets baited; Alien search using AI; Dell PC energy compliance

Today's Hashtag Trending script was prepared by Jori Negin-Shecter. Scam-baiting YouTuber falls victim to scammers, scientists are using AI in search of alien tech, and new...

Average cost of a data breach still rising, says IBM study

Study also suggests the increasing number of staff working from home contributed to the recent costs of breaches

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Making smart tech choices as you plan for a return to the office

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Developer velocity a new road to business transformation

Companies that empower their developers achieve more. That’s the conclusion of a pair of Microsoft studies that found surprising correlations between business performance and...

Cyber today and the power of corporate-academic partnerships

The global pandemic may have brought limitations and lockdowns, but Ryerson University Director of Development and Accelerated Cybersecurity Training Programs Rushmi Hasham said it...


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