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Lack of Security in IoT Devices Explained. What Can We Do About It?

Oct 19 by Silviu Stahie
  • IoT security problems are not evident to regular users
  • Top ten IoT security issues
  • Exploring the most simple solutions
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Cybersecurity Professionals Feel Threatened by the Adoption of AI and Automation Tools, Survey Finds

Oct 19 by Silviu Stahie
  • AI, machine learning and automation aid in cybersecurity
  • People feel threatened by the adoption of new technologies
  • Cybersecurity specialists recommend their field as a career option
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Two-Thirds of Businesses Have Suffered Endpoint and IoT Security Incidents During COVID-19

Oct 16 by Filip Truta
  • Endpoint and IoT security incidents escalate in the past 12 months as employees are forced to work remotely
  • The top 3 issues cited by IT decision-makers are malware (78%), insecure network and remote access (61%), and compromised credentials (58%)
  • Respondents cite failure to discover, identify and respond to unknown, unmanaged or insecure devices accessing network and cloud resources
  • The most critical capability required to mitigate security incidents is monitoring endpoint or IoT devices for malicious or anomalous activity
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Unprecedented Number of Cyberattacks Hit UK Businesses Amid Pandemic Lockdown

Oct 15 by Silviu Stahie
  • UK companies see a 13 percent increase in the number of cyberattacks
  • The majority of attacks originate from China and Taiwan
  • File-sharing applications were the main targets
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Just What Cyber Security Executives Don’t Want to Hear: The Skills Shortage is Worsening

Oct 14 by Bob Violino
  • The cyber security skills gap continues to get worse, according to the latest research
  • Among the top ramifications for cyber security teams are an increasing workload, unfilled jobs, and an inability to learn or use cyber security technologies to their full potential
  • Security and business executives need to work together to address the issue more effectively
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‘Inconvenient’ Cybersecurity Policies Put Healthcare Organizations at Risk

Oct 13 by Filip Truta
  • Information security policies are not grounded in the realities of an employee’s work responsibilities
  • Physicians who are dealing with emergency situations constantly are more likely to leave a workstation unlocked
  • Security professionals must find ways to seamlessly integrate ISP compliance within specific job tasks
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The year’s buzz-worthy performers? The award (and path to profitability) goes to MSPs.

Oct 13 by Heather Harlos
  • Channel resellers keep everyone connected and productive in our new work-from-anywhere world
  • Managed Service Providers are closing sales when nobody else can
  • The show must go on. If you’re ready to see how becoming an MSP can help you thrive in today’s uncertain market, register for our free OnDemand webinar!
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More than Half of Employees Use Rogue Apps for Work, Survey Finds

Oct 13 by Silviu Stahie
  • Many organizations don’t monitor people working from home
  • Some employees are unhappy with how the IT department is solving their problems
  • The shadow IT security issue has only increased during the pandemic, with people using unsanctioned apps for work tasks
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New IoT Bots Reveal Why ISPs Have to Shoulder the Responsibility for Cybersecurity

Oct 12 by Silviu Stahie
  • New IoT botnets are always lurking on the horizon
  • Users have an ever-increasing inventory of IoT devices to keep track off and it’s starting to become a hassle
  • The protection of a smart home shouldn’t be the consumer’s full-time job
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6 Signs DevSecOps Maturity Has a Long Way to Go

Oct 12 by Ericka Chickowski
  • Only 20% of organizations believe they've reached full DevSecOps maturity
  • Nine in 10 DevOps organizations have experienced a security incident in their Kubernetes and cloud environments
  • Approximately 60% of developers say they get little to no secure coding training
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43% of Global Employees Are Not Sure What a Phishing Attack Is

Oct 12 by Filip Truta
  • Employees want to keep working remotely but admit they are not as productive as in the office
  • A third of remote workers consider IT security a low priority
  • Almost half of global employees don’t fully understand the notion of a phishing attack
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Small Businesses and Consumers Grossly Underestimate Danger of Cyberattacks

Oct 09 by Silviu Stahie
  • Business owners don’t believe they are a likely victim in cyberattacks
  • Many businesses still don’t have cyber insurance
  • 40 % of regular consumers think they criminals never targeted them
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