For years, biometrics technology has been discussed as a possible solution for more effectively controlling access to systems and networks. But the technology has often been deemed to be too expensive for many organizations and too invasive for end users—and as a result adoption has been slower than some might have thought.
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Two of the hottest technology trends today are the rise in Internet of Things (IoT) and blockchain adoption. A recent report by the Cloud Security Alliance (CSA) brings these two areas together—in a potentially good way.
Private and public Wi-Fi networks have become critical parts of the technology infrastructure of many organizations, particularly with the rise of mobile device users in the workplace. Many people rely on these networks to access the Internet, leverage corporate applications and data, and collaborate with their colleagues—among other uses.
Ransomware attacks have emerged as a key cyber security threat for global organizations, according to the recently released 2018 Data Breach Investigations Report from Verizon.
The deadline for one of the most highly publicized and impactful data privacy regulations in the world is approaching, and many companies are still not prepared.
In 2001, a team of 30 cyber security experts in Romania had a dream: to provide excellent protection in the rapidly growing, often dangerous new world of the internet. Today, more than 1,300 security experts on three continents work passionately to offer security solutions for more than 500 million users in 150 countries.
Enterprise resource planning (ERP) continues to be a mainstay of corporate IT, providing the backbone for a variety of business processes including finance, human resources, procurement, and services.
Speed is the critical factor in mitigating the damage of a cyber attack, and will remain so for the foreseeable future. This is according to 74 percent of the C–level information security executives who participated in our brand new Small Gains, Big Wins Study, which looks at the cyber security attitudes of 250 CIOs/ CISOs/ CSOs in UK-based companies with 500+ employees.
Security threats are keeping CISOs awake at night. We have this on good authority: around two thirds (65 percent) of C-level information security executives surveyed admitted to it as part of our brand new Small Gains, Big Wins Study, which looks at the cyber security attitudes of 250 CIOs/ CISOs/ CSOs in UK-based companies with 500+ employees.
The individuals charged with running an organisation are actually the most likely to expose it to a major cyber attack, according to information security executives.
Recent months have seen a dramatic reshaping of the cyber security threat landscape, according to the “Global Threat Landscape Report—2017,” by Bitdefender.
As 2017 draws to an end, the Bitdefender threat analysis unit is already looking into the upcoming malware developments that will likely emerge in the year to come. Bitdefender experts predict an increase of zero-day exploits leaked from security agencies the world over, and massive changes to the way ransomware operates.