Monthly Archives: September 2022

How Cloud-Based Services Minimize the Impact of Incident Recovery

Few organizations are able to continue operating after being hit by ransomware, let alone be able to quickly get services back online. Those few who can are likely assisted by […]

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How Can Businesses Build Customer Confidence In A Digital Economy?

The importance of developing business-customer relationships with digital trust. By Peter Boyle, Chief Technical Officer, Burning Tree. Online shopping is becoming the norm within the retail market. Whilst this presents […]

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Cyber Talent Recruitment: The Best Defense Is An Earlier Offense

By Cynthia Jenkins, Chief Marketing Officer (CMO), Skillsgapp According to cybersecurity expert, Gary S. Miliefsky, “There will be a global shortage of exactly 5 million cybersecurity jobs worldwide by January […]

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Crack The Code

Cybersecurity Workforce Certificate Program By Stephen Patrick, Marketing Coordinator at the University of Louisville According to the Identity Theft Resource Center 2021 Data Breach Report, there were 1,862 data breaches […]

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Can Cloud Telephony Services with Military Grade Security Enable Organizations to Create High Brand Value?

By Shubham Patidar, Research Consultant at Fact.MR In today’s technology driven world, the workforce is spread out between those working remotely and those working in offices, with some planning on […]

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Building A Layered Plan for Battling Cybercrime

By Kimberly White, Senior Director, Fraud and Identity, LexisNexis® Risk Solutions As interactions with customers evolve over time, businesses need to keep pace of all the ways in which bad […]

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Avoiding the Risks of Ransomware Strikes in Life Sciences

By Travis Tidwell, Business Development Lead, Rockwell Automation While Life Sciences companies have become even more important to all of us during the pandemic, they have always been challenged with […]

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Are Cyber Scams More Common and How Do We Avoid Them?

By Harry Turner, Freelance Writer Cyber scams seem to become more and more common and are something that you will hear on the news a lot. Furthermore, it isn’t just […]

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5G Technology – Ensuring Cybersecurity for Businesses

By Mohit Shrivastava, Chief Analyst ICT, Future Market Insights 5G network, the fifth generation of the cellular technology is promising to offer faster and better connectivity across the globe. The […]

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3 Cybersecurity Solutions Likely to Gain Traction In 2022 And Beyond

How are recent developments in cybersecurity solutions transforming the business outlook? By Vinisha Joshi, Team Lead – Content Development, Global Market Insights Inc. A recent research report by Global Market […]

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Critically Important Organization?

Now It Is Critical to Report Security Incidents By Trip Hillman, Partner, IT Advisory Services, Weaver Reporting cybersecurity attacks and ransomware payments will no longer be optional for certain businesses […]

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Protect Small Businesses from Ransomware

By Prem Khatri, Vice President of Operations, Chetu, Inc. Ransomware attacks are crippling businesses, government organizations, and educational institutions. And, these attacks are making the news. In fact, the Sinclair […]

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Poor Identity Management Amplifies Ransomware

By David Mahdi, Chief Strategy Officer and CISO Advisor, Sectigo While ransomware is malware, security leaders must go beyond legacy anti-malware approaches to mitigate risk. Ransomware is a data-centric threat; […]

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Information Warfare and What Infosec Needs to Know

By Wasim Khaled, Co-Founder and CEO, Blackbird.AI Cyberthreats are growing more sophisticated by the day, which in terms means cyber is at the top of every CIOs list. Known as […]

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Omnibus Spending Bill Highlights Need for Protecting Critical Infrastructure

By Tony D’Angelo, Vice President of Public Sector, Lookout With international tensions continuing to rise, the Biden administration signed a $1.5 trillion omnibus spending bill in March that includes funding […]

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New Research Reveals Network Attacks at Highest Point Over the Last Three Years

By Corey Nachreiner, Chief Security Officer, WatchGuard Technologies Cybersecurity threats continue to grow every year, with hackers consistently staying one step ahead through increasingly sophisticated, targeted attacks. Compounding that, for […]

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Federal Progress On Zero Trust: A Report

Federal Agencies are Making Progress on Zero Trust but Challenges Remain By Dr. Matthew McFadden, Vice President, Cyber, General Dynamics Information Technology (GDIT) A little over a year ago, the […]

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Mitigate Risk by Securing Third Party Software And Environments

Software Security Requires Ongoing Vigilance Against New and Evolving Vulnerabilities By Tim Kenney, Chief Operating Officer, SOOS Businesses Need Software and Today’s Software is Built with Open Source. Modern businesses […]

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Microsoft Support Diagnostic Tool Vulnerability: What to Learn from It and How to Stay Safe

By Dirk Schrader, Resident CISO (EMEA) and VP of Security Research, Netwrix A new vulnerability in the Microsoft Office universe has been recently discovered. Let’s examine some details about it. […]

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Levelling The Battlefield with Cyber as An Asymmetric Leverage

By Goh Eng Choon, President for Cyber, ST Engineering From sabotaging, stealing and destroying valuable enterprise data to crippling critical information infrastructure as the precursor to a conventional war, cyber-attacks […]

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Leading a Revolution to Provide Secure CCTV Cameras

By Mitch Muro, Product Marketing Manager, Check Point Software Technologies When building IoT devices, it is important to understand that an IoT device (by default) is rarely secure. This is […]

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Integrated Risk Modeling

Better Intel for Managing Risk By Andrew Beagley, Chief Risk Officer, OptimEyes.ai An Integrated Risk Modeling & Reporting SaaS platform allows companies to measure, monitor, quantify, and report on many […]

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How Zero Trust and Secure Identities Can Help You Prevent Ransomware Attacks

By Danna Bethlehem, Director Identity and Access Management (IAM), Thales With ransomware attacks on the rise in a big way, security has become a hot topic worldwide. These attacks put […]

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ZTNA and the Distributed Workforce: Hype vs. Reality

By Timothy Liu, CTO & Co-Founder, Hillstone Networks ZTNA, or zero-trust network access, seems to be one of the hottest cybersecurity buzzwords right now, at least as measured by the […]

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How To Increase User and Executive Participation In Security Awareness Training Programs

By Theo Zafirakos, CISO, Terranova Security The universal participation of an organization’s employees in security awareness training programs is fundamental to improving its long-term security. Building a security-aware culture is […]

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How To Design and Build Longer Lasting Drones

Overcoming the limitations inherent in drone technology By Shaun Passley, Founder, Zenadrone Drones work. From search and rescue operations in Ukraine, to COVID-19 vaccine drops in India, to tracking bison […]

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Surviving and Thriving the Hacker Summer Camp

A Cybersecurity Student’s First Time Experience with DefCon, BlackHat, and The Diana Initiative Annabelle Klosterman, Cybersecurity Reporter, Cyber Defense Magazine Earlier in August, I experienced my first Hacker Summer Camp […]

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How Bad Actors Are Learning to Hack Humans in Phishing Attacks

Phishing Attacks Continue to Grow Because Cyber Criminals Have Learned Which Psychological Buttons To Push By Franco De Bonis, Marketing Director, VISUA The last report issued by the APWG (Anti-Phishing […]

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Global Shipping Industry Faces Wave of Cyber Threats

By Capt. Rahul Khanna, Global Head of Marine Risk Consulting at Allianz Global Corporate & Specialty (AGCS) Commercial insurer Allianz Global Corporate & Specialty just released its latest Safety & […]

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GDPR: Four Years After Its Enactment, Where Do We Stand?

By Kevin Kelly is the VP and GM, Global Compliance Solutions, Skillsoft More than 15 years ago, the expression “data is the new oil” was popularized and it seemed to […]

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