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Rising fraudulent ads on search engines prompt calls for vigilance
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Rising instances of fraudulent software ads on search engines lead to heightened scrutiny and calls for user vigilance, warns cybersecurity firm Oxylabs.
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Surge in malicious emails using Adobe InDesign, warns cybersecurity firm
Mon, 4th Dec 2023
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Cybersecurity firm Barracuda has warned of a 30-fold rise in phishing attacks via Adobe InDesign-linked emails.
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LucidLink launches efficiency tool for Adobe Premiere
Thu, 12th Oct 2023
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video
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martech
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creative technologies
Revolutionize your Adobe Premiere Pro workflow with LucidLink's new panel integration, offering seamless media caching and real-time collaboration.
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Universities urged to change Curricula to foster data-driven tech
Mon, 9th Oct 2023
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Concerns are growing over the lack of web intelligence education in university courses, potentially hindering the growth of data-driven technologies.
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The perils of proxies: the backdoor into your data
Fri, 10th Mar 2023
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malware
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cybersecurity
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data leak
Residential proxies can open up the door to bad actors, who are ready to exploit user anonymity for nefarious activities.
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What to do if you’ve become a victim of a data breach
Tue, 11th Oct 2022
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breach prevention
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cybersecurity
Protecting your personal data is crucial in today's digital age. Here are four steps to take in the event of a data breach.
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All we need to know about reverse proxy
Thu, 4th Jun 2020
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mobility
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CASB architectures differ, with reverse proxy key for modern cloud security and unobtrusive data protection.
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It's not all about the network: How to protect your outbound data
Mon, 1st May 2017
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communication
Outbound data oversight a security Achilles' heel, warns IT expert Dayle Wilson, urging businesses to bolster defences.