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  • long-tail intrusion

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  • Cyber Monday

    Cyber Monday is a marketing event created to promote online sales. The day falls on the Monday after Black Friday, which directly follows American Thanksgiving Day.

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  • bioprinting

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  • breach detection system (BDS)

    Breach detection systems (BDS) are a category of applications and security devices designed to detect the activity of malware inside a network after a breach has occurred. Enterprise IT uses BDS to protect against the variety of advanced threats, especially unidentified malware.

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  • attack surface

    An attack surface is the total sum of the vulnerabilities in a given computing device or network that are accessible to a hacker. Anyone trying to break into a system generally starts by scanning the target’s attack surface for possible attack vectors, whether for an active attack or passive...

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