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cloud security
Cybersecurity fears drive a return to on-premise infrastructure from cloud computing

42% of organizations surveyed in the US are considering or already have moved at least half of their cloud-based workloads back to on-premises infrastructures, a phenomenon …

Active Directory
Active Directory outages can cost organizations $100,000 per day

Nearly every organization has core systems services tied to Active Directory that will go down during an outage, according to Cayosoft. Consequences of system downtime for …

GitHub CoPilot
36% of code generated by GitHub CoPilot contains security flaws

Security debt, defined as flaws that remain unfixed for longer than a year, exists in 42% of applications and 71% of organizations, according to Veracode. Worryingly, 46% of …

online fraud
Fraudsters have found creative ways to scam some businesses

70% of businesses report that fraud losses have increased in recent years and over half of consumers feel they’re more of a fraud target than a year ago, according to …

smart building
Physical security is becoming a top priority in building design

Despite the importance of security, it was, until recently, an afterthought in building design, according to Brivo. Rather than considering security from the very beginning, …

elections
Cyber threats cast shadow over 2024 elections

Considering that 2024 is a historic year for elections – with an estimated half of the world’s population taking part in democratic votes – this high threat of cyber …

computer
AI PC shipments are expected to surpass 167 million units by 2027

Shipments of AI PCs – personal computers with specific system-on-a-chip (SoC) capabilities designed to run generative AI tasks locally – are expected to grow from nearly 50 …

robot
Cybercriminals get productivity boost with AI

While AI technology has the potential to streamline and automate processes for beneficial outcomes, it also comes with an equal number of risks to data protection, …

lock
Threat actors intensify focus on NATO member states

Initial access brokers (IABs) are increasingly targeting entities within NATO member states, indicating a persistent and geographically diverse cyberthreat landscape, …

QR code
QR code attacks target organizations in ways they least expect

QR code attacks, or “quishing” attacks, have emerged as a popular tactic among cybercriminals, with no signs of slowing down, according to Abnormal Security. Although phishing …

ransomware
Ransomware tactics evolve, become scrappier

As we enter 2024, ransomware remains the most significant cyberthreat facing businesses, according to Malwarebytes. Malwarebytes reveals that the United States accounted for …

compliance
Cybersecurity teams recognized as key enablers of business goals

97% of office workers across the UK and US trust their cybersecurity team’s ability to prevent or minimize damage from cyberattacks, according to CybSafe. The study examining …

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