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identity
Lack of adequate investments hinders identity security efforts

Organizations are still grappling with identity-related incidents, with an alarming 90% reporting one in the last 12 months, a 6% increase from last year, according to The …

security awareness
Employee cybersecurity awareness takes center stage in defense strategies

As cyberattacks intensify, more and more organizations recognize the need to have a strong security culture for all employees, according to Fortinet. Employee cybersecurity …

money
Factors influencing IT security spending

Security executives are overwhelmingly craving more AI solutions in 2023 to help them battle the growing cybersecurity threat landscape, according to Netrix Global. 22% of …

network
Top factors driving enterprise demand for new cybersecurity technology

Despite prevailing economic headwinds, the market for cybersecurity products and services remains buoyant, according to CCgroup. The study found that 78% of enterprises in the …

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CIOs prioritize new technologies over tech stack optimization

Despite economic headwinds and IT budget challenges, the world’s CIOs are bullish about the power of technology to deliver value for their organizations, according to Lenovo. …

SaaS
Current SaaS security strategies don’t go far enough

Many recent breaches and data leaks have been tied back to SaaS apps, according to Adaptive Shield. “We wanted to gain a deeper understanding of the incidents within SaaS …

DBIR 2023
Verizon 2023 Data Breach Investigations Report: 74% of breaches involve human element

Verizon Business today released the results of its 16th annual Data Breach Investigations Report (2023 DBIR), which analyzed 16,312 security incidents and 5,199 breaches. …

biometrics
A new wave of sophisticated digital fraud hits Europe

Forced verification and deepfake cases multiply at alarming rates in the UK and continental Europe, according to Sumsub. In Germany alone, forced verification grew by 1500% as …

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Cybercriminals use legitimate websites to obfuscate malicious payloads

According to Egress, the evolving attack methodologies currently used by cybercriminals are designed to get through traditional perimeter security. “The evolution of phishing …

phishing kits
Phishing campaigns thrive as evasive tactics outsmart conventional detection

A 25% increase in the use of phishing kits has been recorded in 2022, according to Group-IB. The key phishing trends observed are the increasing use of access control and …

industrial
Organizations are placing OT cybersecurity responsibility on CISOs

Protecting operational technology (OT) systems is now more critical than ever as more organizations connect their OT environments to the internet, according to Fortinet. …

AI
Generative AI: The new attack vector for trust and safety

Threat actors are abusing generative AI to carry out child sex abuse material (CSAM), disinformation, fraud and extremism, according to ActiveFence. “The explosion of …

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