Most of these vulns can be patched by updating the firmware, securing the network, and/or enabling the passwords on the devices. But uncovering and patching these device vulnerabilities is only one aspect of securing AV installations.
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Two U.S. senators brought up concerns surrounding the possibility of foreign cyberthreats breaking through VPNs, and spying on America.
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Russia will soon conduct an disconnection experiment to boost the independence of its internet, Runet.
After France’s Supervisory Authority found that Google violated the EU’s GDPR, the CNIL fined the company millions. What does this mean for Google, GDPR, and data collection?
Under fire for a plethora of data scandals over the last few years, Facebook is looking at the possibility of paying hefty fines for its data practices.
Passive Optical LAN (POL) adoption has been steadily rising in the past year, and there are reasons for why organization are implementing this technology.
The automation of key sales activities and documents through Nintex Drawloop DocGen and Nintex Drawloop DocAutomation designed to help sellers increase sales productivity.
One of the surest ways of taking your company sales to the next level is by automating key processes of a sales cycle. Learn how you can streamline the process and focus on the right opportunities instead of routine tasks that can be systemized.
ZyPer4K HDMI module combines with 96-Port NETGEAR 10G switch to distribute 4K UHD content over Ethernet.