• September 12, 2021

When a computer hosts a website, the network operator has no control

Two-factor authentication, also known as two-step verification, can help protect a network operator from a data breach or intrusion, and it can prevent unauthorized access to sensitive data, such as financial and medical records.But many businesses and organizations do not use two-factor verification, and some are concerned it is not robust enough.The two-phase verification process…

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Cybersecurity risks rise as cyberattacks rise in Asia

SANTA CLARA, Calif.— Cyberattacks on computers and networks in China, Russia and India are threatening to put the U.S. and other countries at risk.China, Russia, and India have launched hundreds of cyberattacks, or “denials,” against computer systems in the past two years that have targeted U.N. computers and diplomats, the U and European Union offices,…

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The Next 50 Years: How will the internet of things change the way we work?

By the end of 2020, we will have an internet of everything, and everything will be connected.But how will we use it?Will we use technology to control and monitor our environment, or will it be used for everything?Will it be connected to the internet to access content, or used to access the information that comes…

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New Zealand coach Brad Haddin to replace Peter Whiting in Australian Test series

NEW ZEALAND — Brad Haskins has been named Australia’s new coach ahead of the first Test series in five years.Haskins will take charge of the second Test at Brisbane next week and will start the next one against New Zealand at Adelaide on August 2.Hutchinson replaces Australian coach Peter Whitting who will retire at the…

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