December 5, 2017 – Morning Cyber Coffee Headlines – “Grinch” Edition

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Good morning! Sit with Carbon Black this morning over a cup of coffee (or tea) and browse a few industry headlines to get the day started. We’ve got just enough information below to get you through that first cup…enjoy!

December 5, 2017 – Headlines

IT help wanted, cybersecurity experience preferred – CSO

Why Cybersecurity Teams Need To Build Bridges – Forbes

Changing Cybersecurity Regulations that Global Financial Services Firms Need to Know About – CSO

Three Simple And Effective Ways To Stay Ahead Of Cybersecurity Challenges – Forbes

2018 Predictions – Rise of IoT adoption will increase cybersecurity attacks – Security Boulevard

NSA Employee Pleads Guilty to Illegally Retaining National Defense Secrets – Dark Reading

PayPal’s TIO Networks Suffered Data Breach Exposing Data on 1.6 Million Customers – Dark Reading

The Rising Dangers of Unsecured IoT Technology – Dark Reading

Tips for Writing Better Infosec Job Descriptions – Dark Reading

When in doubt, layer and share – CSO Online

Did You Know?

The man who sang the famous Grinch song in the animated movie, Thurl Ravenscroft, is the voice of Tony The Tiger!

Quote of the Day

“All right, you’re a reindeer. Here’s your motivation: Your name is Rudolph, you’re a freak with a red nose, and no one likes you. Then, one day, Santa picks you and you save Christmas. No, forget that part. We’ll improvise… just keep it kind of loosey-goosey. You HATE Christmas! You’re gonna steal it. Saving Christmas is a lousy ending, way too commercial. ACTION!” – The Grinch

Today’s Video of the Day

Today’s Trivia!

What town does the Grinch attempt to steal Christmas from?

Yesterday’s Question: In the movie Elf, while roaming the NYC streets, buddy is excited to find the world’s best what?

Answer: Cup of Coffee

Beat the Streak! Our current longest streak of correct answers comes from Cait R., who has achieved correct answers for 36 days straight. Can you beat the streak?

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Hall-of-Fame Streaks
@kimwh – 197 days 
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Tweet the correct answer to @CarbonBlack_Inc and get a shout out in tomorrow’s Morning Coffee and your Twitter handle in a #FF tweet at the end of the week!

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Carbon Black is the leading provider of next-generation endpoint security. Carbon Black’s Next-Generation Antivirus (NGAV) solution, Cb Defense, leverages breakthrough prevention technology, “Streaming Prevention,” to instantly see and stop cyberattacks before they execute. Cb Defense uniquely combines breakthrough prevention with market-leading detection and response into a single, lightweight agent delivered through the cloud. With more than 7 million endpoints under management, Carbon Black has more than 2,500 customers, including 30 of the Fortune 100. These customers use Carbon Black to replace legacy antivirus, lock down critical systems, hunt threats, and protect their endpoints from the most advanced cyberattacks, including non-malware attacks.

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