Security has never been easy. In today's dynamic environment of users, applications, endpoints and networks, security solutions have become more complex and siloed.
And while investments in security increase, vulnerabilities and breaches continue to grow exponentially.
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Legacy endpoint security approaches are complex, resource-intensive and require multiple point products. Many solutions focus on stopping known attack methods but leave organizations vulnerable to new threats.
It doesn't have to be this way. There is a new, better approach - intrinsic security.
The FCC is asking the Justice Department and other executive branch agencies if China Unicom's operations within the U.S. pose a significant enough national security threat to merit revoking the company's business license.
Security experts are urging organizations to patch a newly revealed serious flaw in Microsoft SharePoint as quickly as possible because proof-of-concept exploit code is already available. The U.K.'s National Cyber Security Center warns that hackers frequently target fresh SharePoint flaws.
COVID-19 has exacerbated preexisting cyberthreats, from counter incident response and island hopping to lateral movement and destructive attacks. These attacks are ratcheting up existing geopolitical tensions.
Organizations, most of which depend on VPNs and other traditional network security infrastructure, may not...
Singapore has launched an IoT cybersecurity labelling program intended to improve the baseline security of internet-connected consumer products. The program is voluntary, but Singapore eventually intends to make it mandatory.
The latest edition of the ISMG Security Report analyzes a new report that labels ransomware as the No. 1 cybercrime threat. Also featured: A former FBI agent offers an update on "disruptionware" attacks; how Tesla's autopilot is tricked by phantom images.
The human factors of cybersecurity represent the actions or events where human error results in a successful hack or data breach. Other than hackers taking advantage of naturally existing weak entry points, your biggest threat and vulnerability could be coming from the inside. Whether it's a well-meaning employee who...
As you look to securely enable a long-term remote workforce, you need a security framework that can support you both today and in the future, keeping your people, your data, and your infrastructure safe. That's where zero trust comes in.
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Ransomware attacks remain the top cyber-enabled threat seen by law enforcement. But phishing, business email compromises and other types of fraud - many now using a COVID-19 theme - also loom large, Europol warns in its latest Internet Organized Crime Threat Assessment.
The Xplora 4 kids smartwatch was shipped with a backdoor that could be activated remotely by an encrypted SMS to take secret screenshots. The manufacturer says the code was mistakenly left in the firmware, and it has issued a patch to remove it.
Stop me if you think that you've heard this one before: The U.S., U.K. and some allied governments are continuing to pretend that criminals will get a free pass - and police won't be able to crack cases - so long as individuals and businesses have access to products and services that use strong encryption.
In January 2020, an independent research firm, commissioned by Veeam, completed a survey of 1,550 enterprises across 18 countries on what their data protection challenges and goals were. That research included 217 financial services organisations.
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The results and insights from the...
Two types of autopilot systems can be tricked into reacting after seeing split-second images, according to new research into autonomous vehicles. Although this could pose a risk, deep-learning software could keep the systems from being tricked.
2019 saw the biggest attack ever recorded but, overall, attacks were
smaller, shorter, and more persistent.
For some time now, carrying out a DDoS attack has no longer required any technical skills.
With a myriad of "stressing" or DDoS-for-Hire services available to carry out both network
and application layer...