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Drilling Wastewater Caused TX Quakes: Study

Scientists used radar from satellites to show five Texas earthquakes, one reaching magnitude 4.8, ended up caused by injections of
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Few Deploy Network Segmentation

When an application is a solid defense against attacks, but yet no one applies the technology, sometimes you have to
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Cloud Security in Question

Cloud usage is gaining strength, but questions remain regarding the security of the environment. While the report focuses on enterprise
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Big Data Works in Fighting Breaches

Ninety percent of Big Data users have seen a decline in security breaches, while 49 percent of federal agencies said
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Confidence Low in Ransomware Recovery 

As ransomware and phishing attacks increase in frequency and sophistication, security professionals remain apprehensive in their organizations’ abilities to protect
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Fracking Air Issues: Operational Inefficiencies

Highly variable contamination registered in and around unconventional oil and gas developments are the result of operational inefficiencies and not
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As Attack Surface Hikes, Crime Damages to Double

Within five years, cybercrime will more than double, a new report said. The cost of cybercrime will increase to $6
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Attackers getting More Aggressive

If an attacker wants to get in to a system to pilfer whatever they are looking for, they are starting
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