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Security Analyst

A person who researches and reports on the state of securities. That is, a securities analyst uses technical or fundamental signals to determine which securities are likely to be profitable and which are not. Analysts help persons and organizations in making investment decisions. See also: CFA.
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Security analysts are warning that new hack attacks can bypass two-factor authentication (2FA).
Meanwhile, security analysts say that Sunday's deadly blasts are indicative of intelligence failure and sheer negligence and complete failure of security agencies.
Many global security analysts hold the Indian media responsible for the recent tensions between Islamabad and New Delhi.
Bureau of Labor Statistics, employment of information security analysts is projected to grow 28 percent from 2016 to 2026, much faster than the average for all occupations.
Respond Analyst is the first software system to automate the monitoring and analysis tasks performed by front-line security analysts, emulating the judgment and reasoning of expert security professionals with speed, scale and consistency unmatched by today's manual processes.
Summary: Jammu/Poonch (Jammu and Kashmir) [India], Jan.15 (ANI): Security analysts have raised questions over Kashmiri separatists' double-standard over civilian casualties in Jammu and Kashmir.
Watson for Cyber Security uses intelligent technologies like machine learning and natural language processing to identify and prioritize threats, which can help security analysts make better, faster decisions from vast amounts of data.
This novel product provides security analysts with unprecedented visibility of their network, computer and storage assets.
The New York Society of Security Analysts said it has chosen JetBlue Airways (NASDAQ: JBLU) as the subject of the CFA Institute Research Challenge, its yearly academic contest open to local business and finance students.
PAKISTAN premier Nawaz Sharif's visit to New Delhi and the meeting with his Indian counterpart Narendra Modi elicited cautious optimism from the country's media and security analysts on chances of improving the Indo-Pak ties.
It is not yet clear the motives behind making the film however security analysts say the two hour film aimed to incite violence and instability across the Islamic world.

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