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Catch up on the biggest #infosec  stories of the last seven days...it's the latest edition of the Brief! 
This week, in the Brief: looking for a new gig? The team behind Chimera is hiring, Mikko Hypponen offers words of wisdom, and everyone piles on Flash…again:
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This week in the Brief: Sony returns to the fax machine era, OPM has a bad, bad time, and pessimism is going to fix the security industry: http://bit.ly/1RNbwqH
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This week in the Brief: Bruce Schneier sounds off on cyber warfare and attack attribution, toys and games are going to pwn you, and the OPM has a really, really bad time: http://bit.ly/1JEznIb
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Internet of Things devices have become an essential part of our modern lives—but at what cost? In today’s enterprise, #IoT presents a huge security challenge that often goes unnoticed. Andrew Hay and the OpenDNS Security Labs team take a closer look at the potential dangers in a new report released today: http://bit.ly/1JmIaOw
OpenDNS releases the “The 2015 Internet of Things in the Enterprise Report," a first look at the security implications of IoT devices in business.
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This week in the Brief: Chris Roberts has opinions (lots of them), Fortune 1000 security is just okay, and privacy has a good/bad time:
This week: Chris Roberts stirs the pot, privacy has a good/bad week, and the Apple Watch gets a slap off your wrist:  
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Today in the Brief, we're covering the biggest infosec stories of the last seven days, including fallout from the Tesla compromise, SCADA attacks, and funding for #RSAC's hottest security startup. Read more on the blog: http://bit.ly/1E2BXAZ
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To celebrate the 20th anniversary of "Hackers", we pulled together a collection of our favorite lines from the film. Catch the action in the video below, and on the blog here: http://bit.ly/1UTc2Kp
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We’re thrilled to announce that OpenDNS is now officially a part of Cisco! We’re celebrating by unveiling a brand new integration: ThreatGrid! Get all the details here:
Today officially marks not only the close of the acquisition, but also the first milestone in our joint efforts to accelerate Cisco’s cloud security...
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#BGP is, as you know, a core Internet protocol. But what you may NOT realize is the frailty of the system of trust holding BGP together. Learn more about this 'honor code' in our two-part blog explainer:
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Introducing Headphones of OpenDNS, a new feature in which we take a closer look at the cans around the office (and shed some light on the great people who keep our products humming). Today, we’ll be talking to Levi Junkert, one of our Systems Engineers.

ODNS: What kind of headphones are these?

LJ: These are the #AIAIAI TMA-1 Studios, Young Guru Edition.

ODNS: And why these? We’ve never seen this brand before.

LJ: I chose these because they’re super lightweight, durable, they sound amazing, and are also made of a breathable material around the earpiece that allows the headphones to breathe and allow air through. Also, they’re really comfortable—I can wear them all day without ear fatigue. They sponsor a lot of DJs, and that’s how I found out about this brand.

ODNS: So what are you listening to, right now?

LJ: I’m listening to KushSessions by Rossum & Crissy.
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Thanks for providing a superior product to help keep my kids safe online.
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This week in the Brief: the real cost of data breaches, Mandrake replaces passwords (according to the #NSA), and #Android users are at risk:
This week in the Brief: data breaches are expensive, Android users are at risk, and government agencies are having a tough time with security.
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Network security is hard—but for professionals working in higher education, unique challenges make locking down school networks a herculean task. We take a look at #highereducation security in today's blog:
Security professionals tasked with protecting higher education institutions must face a unique set of challenges and environments that make schools particularly vulnerable to threats.
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Cisco Umbrella provides the first line of defense against threats on the internet wherever users go — visit us at umbrella.cisco.com.
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OpenDNS was founded in 2006 and acquired by Cisco in 2015. Today, more than 12,000 business worldwide rely on our enterprise security products. Cisco Umbrella is a cloud security platform that provides the first line of defense against threats on the internet wherever users go. By learning from internet activity patterns, Umbrella automatically uncovers current and emerging threats. And because it's built into the foundation of the internet and delivered from the cloud, Umbrella is the simplest security product to deploy and delivers powerful, effective protection. We also offer the OpenDNS recursive DNS service to consumers around the world. As the world's largest and most reliable recursive DNS service, OpenDNS provides free parental controls that have been recommended by the New York Times, PC World, and many other publications.
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