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Despite increased cyber threats, many organizations have no defense plans in place

98% of U.S. executives report that their organizations experienced at least one cyber event in the past year, compared to a slightly lower rate of 84% in non-U.S. executives, …

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Executives’ top concern in Q3 2021? New ransomware models

The threat of “new ransomware models” was the top concern facing executives in the third quarter of 2021, according to Gartner. Concerns about ransomware topped …

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72% of organizations hit by DNS attacks in the past year

Domain name system (DNS) attacks are impacting organizations at worrisome rates. According to a survey from the Neustar International Security Council (NISC) conducted in …

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Security leaders facing challenges in managing and securing distributed work environments

Absolute Software announced new insights into how organizations are rethinking and rebuilding their operating models after more than 18 months of remote work forced massive …

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Tech support scams becoming the top phishing threat to consumers

NortonLifeLock published a report detailing the top consumer cybersecurity insights and takeaways from July to September 2021. The latest findings show tech support scams, …

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Many organizations lack basic cyber hygiene despite high confidence in their cyber defenses

SpyCloud released an analysis of IT security leaders’ perceived threat of ransomware attacks and the maturity of their cybersecurity defenses. The report found that while 81% …

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Organizations lack basic cybersecurity practices to combat the growing tide of ransomware

Organizations are not equipped to defend against ransomware due to deficiencies in implementing and sustaining basic cybersecurity practices, including managing privileged …

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Bots to become the future of work and provide ROI to organizations using them

The prolonged pandemic has already brought many changes to the workplace, and according to a TELUS International survey, 90% of U.S. employees believe bots will play a key …

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Multi-factor authentications soar as enterprises move away from passwords to secure hybrid workers

Enterprises are taking steps to move away from passwords and adopting low-friction authentication methods to protect the hybrid workforce, a Cisco’s Duo Security report …

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Cyber risk trends driving the surge in ransomware incidents

During the COVID-19 crisis, another outbreak took place in the cyber space: a digital pandemic driven by ransomware. In a recent report, Allianz Global Corporate & …

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Remote access security strategy under scrutiny as hybrid/remote working persists

A report by Menlo Security highlights growing concerns about securing users as the trend for hybrid and remote working is set to remain. The new report – which surveyed 500+ …

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Enterprises increasingly adopting containers, many turning to providers for support

U.S. enterprises increasingly are adopting containers to streamline their applications workflows, with many turning to container services and solutions providers to help them …

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