Top-Secret-cleared SOCOM medics hit in 11GB govt database leak
Dismissed hacker calls buddy to nix exposed database
Confirmed: 2 Billion Records Exposed In Massive Smart Home Device Breach
Smart IoT devices are increasingly being purchased to bolster home, and business, security. Which is all well and good until a device management company forgets to password protect the user database and leaves 2 billion passwords and other data open to anyone...
Washington crops hit $10 billion record
Washington agriculture broke records for the third consecutive year, with production values reaching $10.2 billion in 2013. Contributing to the 2 percent increase over the previous year were.....
Junk-bond ETF holdings could top $52.7 billion record ahead of expected rate cuts
Investors are pouring money into exchange-traded funds that track junk-rated corporate bonds, using exposure to debt-laden companies as a ‘stock replacement’ strategy
80 Million Households Exposed in Data Leak: What You Need to Know
Names, birthdates and mailing addresses of adults in 80 million U.S. households are sitting unprotected on a cloud server.
FREE CMMS TRAINING: How to Add a Record to the CMMS Database in 30 Seconds or Less
Learn how to get up and running very fast with MaintSmart CMMS Software. This video answers a FAQ: "How do I add a new record to the CMMS database?
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Clarity: How to Purge the Database
Purging the database empties and recreates the project database. The database is where the information for reports and datasheets is coming from. You may find that you need to purge the database for any of the following reasons: A model in the project has been renamed A model in the...
What's new in the Exploit-Database?
We are really happy with this latest update, giving the Exploit Database a much needed upgrade – ushering it into 2015 and beyond!
How to Efficiently Secure Your Database
How to Efficiently Secure Your Database By CIOReview - Amidst the frequent cyber attacks, securing organizational assets and information has made it a tough time for the database...
The latest database attacks: Tips of the icebergs
MongoDB, ElasticSearch and Hadoop have been hit by ransomware. This is just the beginning of such attacks.
Why Outsource Application and Database Management
With remote management, you can provide IT support 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year--no sick days, no vacations, no interruption.
Database Tracking 101: No Train, No Gain
A good database includes all kinds of info on folks your organization communicates with and makes it easier to effectively follow up with key players.
The Minimalist Guide to Database Administration
Thomas LaRock tells you how to take control as a DBA by focusing on what is necessary in your role.
The DBAs guide to stretch database
With the release of SQL Server 2016, the new feature called stretch database is also released. This feature allows you to make databases stretch (read: copy old data) to an Azure environment
How DBAs Should Be Evolving With Database Automation
As DBAs are saddled with more duties and responsibilities, it can be a strain to handle them manually. See where automation can make your life easier.
APT 10's Cloud Hopper campaign exposed
Security researchers at PwC UK and BAE Systems spotted a China-based cyber espionage campaign, dubbed Cloud Hopper.
How to Run a Database Vulnerability Scan with Scuba
You’ve downloaded and installed Scuba, Imperva’s free database vulnerability scanner, which provides more than 2,300 assessment tests for detecting database security vulnerabilities and configuration flaws on popular enterprise databases such as Oracle, Microsoft SQL, SAP Sybase, IBM DB2 and MySQL Now you want to know if there are any security vulnerabilities in your database(s) and, if there are, what you need to do to remedy the…
Bracketology: March Madness Lessons in Agile Database Management
The probability for success increases exponentially if IT teams -- like basketball players -- avoid playing hero ball and, instead, play team defense, share information equally and keep their eyes open for trouble ahead.