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Victoria Mauro

Cyber Job Central Partners with Relativ to Revolutionize Cybersecurity Hiring Process

[Philadelphia, July 14, 2023] - Cyber Job Central, a leading online job platform for cybersecurity professionals, is pleased to announce its partnership with Relativ, a cutting-edge artificial intelligence company. This strategic collaboration aims to revolutionize the cybersecurity hiring process, bringing unprecedented efficiency, accuracy, and innovation to the industry.

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Why You Should Use a VPN

A Virtual Private Network (VPN) is a secure connection tool that provides additional privacy and anonymity online. They can encrypt your internet traffic and route it through a server, hiding your IP address and location when you are browsing, streaming, downloading, and so on. A VPN can protect your identity even if you are using public or shared Wi-Fi, and your data will be kept private from corporations, government agencies, and hackers.

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How to Hire in the Cyber Industry for 2023

To hire the best cyber team, you need to define the specific skills and experience you’re looking for and use recruiting platforms and job boards to advertise your open positions. You should also conduct thorough interviews and assessments to evaluate candidates’ skills and experience, and consider using a third-party recruiting firm or consultant to help you identify top talent.

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Steps to Take When Looking for a New Job in 2023

Applying for a new job in 2023 can be a challenging but rewarding process. Before you start applying, it’s important to identify your career goals and what you’re looking for in a job. This will help you focus your search and make it easier to find opportunities that align with your interests and aspirations.

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Uber Dealing with Data Breach After Attack on Vendor

Uber Technologies Inc. is currently investigating the hack of its vendor, Teqtivity, which helps manage and track information technology equipment. The cyberattack has leaked data and the email addresses of over 77,000 Uber employees. Some of this data includes archives which are believed to be source code associated with mobile device management platforms used by Uber and Uber Eats. This source code is extremely valuable to cyber-criminals as it forms part of the company’s intellectual property and can be used to find other vulnerabilities that will open the door to further cyberattacks.

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Australia’s Biggest Health Insurer Suffers Major Hack

Australia’s leading Health Insurer, Medibank Private Ltd, has said that a hacker had compromised the data of all of the company’s 3.9 million customers. Medibank covers a sixth of the country’s entire population and the attack comes just one month after Australian telecommunications company, Optus, was breached in a similar fashion. All personal data and a significant number of health claims data were compromised with Medibank continuing to discover the specific data that was stolen.

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Airport Cyberattacks Reported Across the United States

Over a dozen of the websites for some of nation’s largest airports were temporarily brought offline on Monday morning, with Russian-speaking hackers claiming responsibility. The airports affected by the attack included LaGuardia in New York City, Chicago O’Hare, Denver, and LAX among others. Thankfully, these attacks did not affect air traffic control, internal airport communication, or other important airport operations. However, the interruption did cause an inconvenience to travelers who were attempting to access information such as wait times, capacity, etc.

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Former Uber CISO Facing Prison Time After Mishandling Cyberattack

Former Chief Information Security Officer of Uber, Joe Sullivan, has been found guilty of obstructing an investigation by the Federal Trade Commission into Uber’s security practices. He is also charged with covering up a 2016 data breach from authorities. These charges are likely to make Sullivan the first executive to face prison time for mishandling a cyberattack.

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