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Author: Filip Truta

Filip is an experienced writer with over a decade of practice in the technology realm. He has covered a wide range of topics in such industries as gaming, software, hardware, and security, and has worked in various B2B and B2C marketing roles.

All about Virtualization and Cloud Security | Recent Articles:

How Much Ransomware Can Cost Your City and Your Business

Jun 14 by Filip Truta

Reuters reported last week week that the ransomware attack suffered by the city of Atlanta in March was proving costlier than initially thought. City officials told the news agency that the strike continued to disrupt Atlanta’s “mission critical” applications even after its discovery, as the pestilence had not been fully contained.

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Record Fine for French Optical Center after Leak of 334,000 Personal Records

Jun 13 by Filip Truta

The French National Commission on Informatics and Liberty (Commission Nationale de l'informatique et des libertés or CNIL) has issued a record fine to an optical center after the company failed to secure the personal (and in some cases highly sensitive) data of its customers.

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CISOs Have an Opportunity to Shine as Regulations Enforce Change, Gartner Says

Jun 11 by Filip Truta

Once a paltry segment of enterprise IT, security has become a crucial factor in the success of an organization. This paradigm shift, driven by growing legions of bad actors and new regulations, have cast the spotlight on IT security leaders like never before. This, Gartner analysts calculate, creates an unprecedented opportunity for CIOs and CISOs to prove their value and – why not? – forge new career paths.

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Is It Cheaper to Pay for Cybersecurity Now, or to Pay Ransom to Criminals Later?

Jun 07 by Filip Truta

Breaching enterprise systems and holding their data hostage is a growing threat to organizations everywhere. Governments are fighting back by putting the onus on custodians to protect their data or face hefty fines. Even so, bad actors show no signs of backing off.

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What You Need to Know About SamSam Ransomware. Hackers Paint Target on Healthcare

May 28 by Filip Truta

Ransomware remains the top threat faced by businesses as we move into the second half of 2018. Since the emergence of the first strains of ransomware in 2013, this nefarious trend has unfortunately only kept growing. And the latest such incidents have shown an increased focus on the healthcare sector.

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Most Companies Still Unprotected Against 10-Year-Old Wireless Vulnerabilities

May 23 by Filip Truta

The Internet of Things may be mostly a consumer-facing phenomenon, but businesses too have become swayed by the IoT sensation. And, like regular users, they are starting to feel the heat caused by unsecured IoT devices.

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Europe Hit with 80 Million Fraud Attempts in Q1 2018 as Merchants Favor Low-Friction Experiences over Security

May 22 by Filip Truta

The onset of 2018 has seen European businesses bombarded with cyberattacks, including a staggering 80 million pure fraud attempts. With a 30% increase in cybercrime year-over-year and strict new laws coming into effect this month, digital businesses in Europe – and indeed everywhere – need to make cyber-security a priority now more than ever.

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Most Companies Willing to Spend More on App Security Only After a Breach, Ponemon Study Shows

May 16 by Filip Truta

Most companies admit they don't invest enough in application security until after they've suffered a breach, and almost half lack clear visibility into their business-critical apps, according to new data sourced by Ponemon Institute.

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One in Three Investment Firms Have Not Yet Started GDPR Compliance Projects

May 11 by Filip Truta

Two weeks from today, companies that process personally identifiable information of EU citizens will feel the heat of the new data protection law that brings the biggest changes in 20 years to the European Economic Area. That law is the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), and it’s a big threat to the bottom line of those found non-compliant after May 25. A GDPR benchmark report focused on the financial sector reveals that investment firms are extremely ill-equipped to face GDPR requirements.

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Reported Data Breaches Falling Fast; Cryptojacking and GDPR Likely ‘Culprits’

May 11 by Filip Truta

The number of reported data breaches dipped in the first quarter of 2018, even as the total of records compromised in the quarter remaining high, at 1.4 billion. Researchers were intrigued by the numbers, but Bitdefender telemetry might hold some clues about the drop, while the looming General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is likely also responsible for the swoon.

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Most Organizations Lack Systems and Processes to Ensure GDPR Compliance, Survey Shows

Apr 30 by Filip Truta

When the EU confirmed plans to implement the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), organizations had more than a year to make the changes needed to ensure compliance.

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Businesses Invest Heavily toward ‘Secure by Design’ GDPR Requirement

Apr 19 by Filip Truta

Less than two months before the European Union enforces its stringent General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), businesses are rushing to achieve compliance, procedurally and technologically.

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