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New Lucy Cybersecurity Awareness Platform: Multiple Awareness Trainings in One Campaign

AUSTIN, Texas–(BUSINESS WIRE[1])–Lucy Security[2], one of the largest providers of cybersecurity awareness training with over 10,000 installations worldwide and over 22 million trained users, today announced the new version of the Lucy Cybersecurity Awareness Platform. The new version focuses on the optimization and development of a complete Learning Management System (LMS). The Lucy Security Platform 4.7.7 is now available via...

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DHS panel says 2020 vote was ‘most secure in American history’ — FCW

Election Security DHS panel says 2020 vote was ‘most secure in American history’ By Adam Mazmanian Nov 12, 2020 Poll workers check mail-in ballots. (Photo credit: Trevor Bexon/Shutterstock.com) An election security team led by a senior Department of Homeland Security official stressed in a Nov. 12 press release that the 2020 general election “was the most secure in American history.”...

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Press Release | Government backing for consultancy cyber team

Business and IT consultancy Waterstons has joined an exclusive list of Government approved cyber security providers. As a ‘Certified Cyber Security Consultancy’, Waterstons now has certified proof that the services it delivers to clients in the areas of risk assessment and risk management, meet the National Cyber Security Centre’s standard for high quality, tailored cyber security advice. The National Cyber...

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SecurityScorecard Reveals 75% of US States and Territories Have Poor Overall Cybersecurity Leading up to Election

NEW YORK, Oct. 15, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — A report[1] released today reviews the overall cybersecurity posture, including election-related infrastructure, of all 56 U.S. states and territories leading up to the presidential election. The “State of the States” infographic report[2] found that the vast majority (75%) showed signs of a vulnerable IT infrastructure. The report was authored by SecurityScorecard[3], a New...

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