China Will Lead FinTech & Blockchain Industries in 2017, Analysts Expect

Analysts from major research and development firms, including EY and DBS, expect China to lead the global fintech and Blockchain industries. Various consortiums and organizations have already been formed to support the development and growth of Blockchain and fintech startups. Earlier this month, Cointelegraph reported the intensity of the Chinese fintech industry’s growth over the…

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Microsoft’s Windows 10 design refresh revealed in leaked screenshots

Microsoft is currently planning to refresh its Windows 10 user interface elements in an update that will arrive later this year. The software giant will make more use of animations, and visual blurring elements from the Aero Glass era of Windows Vista and Windows 7 in what’s described internally as Project Neon. MSPoweruser has obtained…

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Your Girlfriend Has Already Adopted the Zero Trust Model: Here’s Why you Should Too

“Never trust, always verify” is shifting from the adage of crazy girlfriends everywhere to the motto of cyber security experts across the globe. The Zero Trust Model of cyber security is one that focuses on the belief that both internal and external networks cannot be trusted. A term originally coined by Forrester Research, “Zero Trust,”…

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“Done for You” – The Complete List of Exploit/Exploitation Videos

According to the website, “The purpose of the Post-Exploitation phase is to determine the value of the machine compromised and to maintain control of the machine for later use. The value of the machine is determined by the sensitivity of the data stored on it and the machines usefulness in further compromising the network.…

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Sunday’s Cyber Security Fact – Operation “Get Rich or Die Trying” (June 26, 2016)

Operation “Get Rich or Die Trying” — Beginning in 2005 and for a more than a three year period, American hacker Albert Gonzalez, along with accomplices in Russia and the Ukraine, pulled off what has been called the largest cyber crime of all time, stealing more than 170 million credit card and ATM numbers. Total…

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