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Security Response Attack Investigation Team
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West African Financial Institutions Hit by Wave of Attacks

Attackers using commodity malware and living off the land tools against financial targets in Ivory Coast, Cameroon, Congo (DR), Ghana, and Equatorial Guinea.

West African Financial Institutions Hit by Wave of Attacks
Cara S. Trager Journalist
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Microchip Implants: Big Brother in a Chip Coming Our Way?

As more organizations begin wading into uncharted territory, society will be forced to examine a host of new privacy and security questions – without easy answers

Microchip Implants: Big Brother in a Chip Coming Our Way?
Dwight B. Davis Journalist
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Proactively Preparing for Quantum Computing Threats

With quantum computing poised to become more mainstream, experts say it could easily crack some of the most pervasive cryptography methods now in use, including ubiquitous asynchronous public key schemes such as RSA

Proactively Preparing for Quantum Computing Threats
Jaime Barclay Sr Mgr Corporate Responsibility
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Changing of the Guard

Symantec says goodbye to Vice President of CR Cecily Joseph as she leaves the department in Jaime Barclay’s capable hands

Changing of the Guard
Stacey Overholt Enterprise Account Manager
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The Incredible Possibilities on the Other Side of Uncertainty

When we overcome our fear, we open the door to new opportunities. Stacy O. shares her personal adoption journey and how her family's choice to dive into the unknown was the best decision they ever made.

The Incredible Possibilities on the Other Side of Uncertainty
Jason Crist Regional VP of Sales - State, Local & Education - West
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Election Security 2020: No Rest for the Weary

The 2018 elections went off with nary a hitch, but experts say more hard work is needed to secure the 2020 presidential vote

Election Security 2020: No Rest for the Weary