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Keeping up with the evolving ransomware security landscape

Cybercrime is ever-evolving, and is consistently becoming more effective and damaging. While the range of attack vectors available to malicious actors are vast, ransomware …

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Is the enterprise on the brink of a global web supply chain attack?

Ever since the Web development ecosystem evolved to the current paradigm of code reuse, companies have placed themselves too close to the abyss. Web supply chain attacks are a …

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Exploring the benefits of cybersecurity certification

In this interview, Tony Vizza, Director of Cybersecurity Advocacy APAC, (ISC)2, talks about the benefits of earning a cybersecurity certification, the most common …

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Phishing attacks are a complex problem that requires layered solutions

Most cyberattacks start with a social engineering attempt and, most often than not, it takes the form of a phishing email. It’s easy to understand the popularity of this …

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How to remove human error from the cyber risk equation

In attempting to fortify the enterprise’s cyber assets, we have turned much of our attention to human error. After all, the vast majority of hackers rely upon their …

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How cybersecurity accelerates business growth

It’s no secret that the cybersecurity industry has grown exponentially over more than a decade due to the proliferation of high-profile cybercrime. Viewing cybersecurity as …

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Deepfakes and voice as the next data breach

Deepfake technology, which uses deep learning to create fake or altered video and audio content, continues to pose a major threat to businesses, consumers, and society as a …

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Six steps for implementing zero trust access

Modern organizations are no longer governed by fixed perimeters. In fact, the perimeter-based security model is disintegrating in a world where users work on their own devices …

Code dependency mapping’s role in securing enterprise software

Enterprise software is only as good as its security. Today, a data breach costs $3.92 million on average. Organizations are expected to spend $124 billion on security in 2019 …

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Microsegmentation for refining safety systems

When the TRITON (aka TRISIS) attack struck three refining sites in the Middle East in November of 2017, it was the first known cyber incident to target safety instrumented …

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“Smart city” governments should also be smart about security

While the definition of “smart city” is still under debate, one thing is indisputable: the technologies used to make smart cities a reality are currently acquired …

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Viewing cybersecurity incidents as normal accidents

As we continue on through National Cybersecurity Awareness Month (NCSAM), a time to focus on how cybersecurity is a shared responsibility that affects all Americans, one of …

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