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Dental Dental Industry Review

BACD Offers Drive-in Success

What is the link between the BACD and Queen Elizabeth I losing a necklace under a tree? Earlier this year, current President of the BACD Dr Abrahams suggested that staging an event with a distinct wow factor should be created to thank the organisation’s members for their unstinting support. BACD ...

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Security alert: The threat is coming from inside your Docker container images

Five malicious Docker container images were recently detected on Docker Hub, totaling more than 120,000 pulls. Image: o_m/Shutterstock There’s a new threat cybersecurity teams need to watch out for: malicious Docker containers hiding on legitimate sites like Docker Hub, where Aqua Security’s threat research arm, Team Nautilus, found five images ...

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Ransomware demands and payments skyrocket

Ransomware demands and payments skyrocket Length: 7:10 | Aug 27, 2021 According to a ransomware report, the average ransom payment in the first half of 2021 jumped to $570,000. Learn more in TechRepublic’s Karen Roby interview with writer Lance Whitney. See the original article here: TechRepublic

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“Intruders” in the cloud: Microsoft warns “thousands” of Azure customers about potential exposure

On Thursday, the company sent warnings to “thousands” of its cloud computing customers, explaining that “intruders” could have access to Microsoft Azure’s Cosmos DB databases, according to Reuters. Image: GettyImages/da-kuk In recent months, a string of cyberattacks has rippled through critical aspects of U.S. infrastructure ranging from petroleum and meat ...

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“Intruders” in the cloud: Microsoft warns “thousands” of customers about potential exposure

On Thursday, the company sent warnings to “thousands” of its cloud computing customers, explaining that “intruders” could have access to their databases, according to Reuters. Image: GettyImages/da-kuk In recent months, a string of cyberattacks has rippled through critical aspects of U.S. infrastructure ranging from petroleum and meat production to local ...

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