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Enterprise attitudes to cybersecurity: Strategies to balance risk and business acceleration

IT decision makers are facing major challenges between dynamic adversaries, significant legislation and regulation requirements, business digital transformation needs, and a …

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Privileged credential abuse is involved in 74% of data breaches

Most IT decision makers are not prioritizing Privileged Access Management (PAM) practices and solutions, despite knowing privileged credential abuse is involved in almost …

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Consumer attitudes towards security breaches are changing significantly

Transatlantic businesses face greater short-term pain in the US but less long term retribution in the UK following a security breach, according to new data from payment …

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88% of UK businesses breached during the last 12 months

The UK’s cyber threat environment is intensifying. Attacks are growing in volume, and the average number of breaches has increased, according to Carbon Black. Key survey …

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Organizations waste money storing useless IT hardware

A survey of 600 data center experts from APAC, Europe and North America reveals that two in five organizations that store their data in-house spend more than $100,000 storing …

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Hackers who DDoSed African telecom and US hospital get long prison sentences

Two men who launched DDoS attacks against a variety of targets have received substantial prison sentences on Friday. Attacks against Liberian telecom 30-year-old Daniel Kaye …

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Consumers still put trust in big brands despite breaches

Janrain conducted a survey to better understand how consumers really feel about brands in the wake of so many breaches. The company polled 1,000 UK adults and found that most …

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Sharp rise in email and social media hacking in the UK

Police forces across the UK are coming under increasing pressure to launch criminal investigations into incidents of social media and computer hacking, according to a new …

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GDPR’s impact: The first six months

GDPR is now six months old – it’s time to take an assessment of the regulation’s impact so far. At first blush it would appear very little has changed. There are no …

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UK citizens fear identity theft over other security concerns such as national security

The 2018 Unisys Security Index, a security barometer which surveys over 1,000 UK citizens, has revealed identity theft as the top worry for UK citizens, with 56 percent of …

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66% UK SMBs believe they are being aggressively targeted by fraudsters

More than half (52%) of online SMBs globally worry that the move to frictionless payments, such as transactions that take place behind the scenes in apps, is leaving them more …

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Phished credentials caused twice as many breaches than malware in the past year

Personal device use for remote work poses the biggest security risk to organisations safeguarding their increasingly mobile and cloud-based IT environment, according to a new …

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