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April Fools

Did we fool you? While we take security seriously, our team knows when it’s appropriate to pause for a laugh. Hopefully you didn’t find our headlines too pun-ishing. If they made you chuckle, you might be a great fit for Kalles Group! See our latest open roles here and Join Our Team.   Jokes aside, …

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Shields up. White House calls for urgent action

The White House issued an announcement on March 21st that evolving intelligence has shown that Russia may be exploring options for potential cyberattacks on American businesses. Who does the announcement impact? All private and public sector companies are urged to  act with urgency to ensure that critical infrastructure is secured and prepared against threat in …

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Effective new trends in training and instruction design

By Jeanette Rogers Interacting with your phone. Playing online games. Watching 2-minute videos. A casual observer might think you’re distracted but it might mean you’re actively learning new skills. The traditional training method with an instructor lecturing in front of participants for an hour or more has been on the decline for decades. And now, …

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What everyone needs to know about the Equifax Breach

Author:  Nic Baus Everyone knows how precious your credit rating can be and how much it can swing you getting a loan for a house, car or even a simple retail credit card. There are three major credit reporting agencies that hold this control, Equifax, TransUnion and Experian. They have everyone’s personal information ranging from …

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What happens when you incorporate artificial intelligence (AI) into a cloud-based fuzz testing service?

By Todd Barnes For those of you that may know Springfield does not refer to the lovely locale in Illinois, Missouri or even Oregon for that matter. Springfield for my context refers to the code name for what is now Microsoft Security Risk Detection (MSRD) – a newly released Security as a Service offering. Springfield …

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Why end-user training is critical in battle for information security

Author:  Kathryn Packer Earlier this year hackers created a number of false transfer instructions from a bank in Bangladesh to send a total of $951 Million dollars to various bank accounts worldwide. They succeeded in stealing $101 Million before the fraud was detected. How did they get into the Bank’s system? Investigators believe that it …

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RSA 2016: Strategic risk management for the security-savvy enterprise

Author:  Bar Lockwood, CISA, CISM Compared to last year’s doom and gloom, the 2016 RSA Conference, held between February 29 and March 4 in San Francisco, was cautiously optimistic. Celebrating its 25th Anniversary, 40,000 participants enjoyed continuous content presented in hundreds of sessions covering nearly 30 interest areas. But certain topics drew like moths to …

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