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What are deepfakes?

What are deepfakes?

What are deepfakes? Deepfakes are doctored videos that are made using layers of video and AI. Wikipedia describes them as “…combin[ing] and superimpose[ing] images and videos onto source images or videos.”  They are used to create celebrity porn, social hoaxes, and, increasingly, to provide fake news content. Often the face of a well known person,

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Fibernet Corp. Completes Yearly PCI DSS and SOC 1 Type II Certification

Fibernet Corp. maintains PCI and SOC 1 security requirements above industry standards. Orem, UT Fibernet Corp., local colocation and Internet Service Provider since 1994, has recently passed attestation of our Payment Card Industry (PCI) security standards. It also received SSAE16 SOC 1 Type II certification. Fibernet Corp. undergoes security tests every year to ensure the

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New York Times Cyber-Attack Reminds Data Centers of Security Importance

The New York Times’ website, nytimes.com, experienced a 90-minute outage on August 14, 2013. Originally, the New York Times reported that the problem was with one of their servers, caused by a failure during a regular maintenance check. Two weeks later, the well-renowned newspaper admitted that an “external malicious attack” was really the root of

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Fibernet Corp. Receives SOC 1 Type II Certification

Fibernet’s security controls pass the SOC 1 Type II certification. Orem, UT Fibernet Corp., local colocation and Internet Service Provider since 1994, has taken the next step in data center security certification with its newly awarded SOC 1 Type II report. The Statement on Standards for Attestation Engagements number 16, or SSAE 16, includes SOC

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