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Research: Phishing Investigations Cost Companies $4.3 Million Per Year

Feb 04 by Filip Truta

Phishing remains the attack vector of choice for cybercriminals, with 23,000 incidents per organization annually, according to a new survey. Organizations spend on average $4.3 million per year to investigate phishing incidents.

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Can Security Teams Tame Today’s Cloud Complexity?

Feb 01 by George V. Hulme

The promise was that cloud computing would simplify enterprise business-technology. Enterprise users would be able to focus on their applications and services while leaving the deeper security issues associated with infrastructure and secure delivery and management of applications to the cloud provider. It didn’t exactly turn out that way.

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UK Enterprises to Compete for £70m in Government Cybersecurity Challenge

Jan 31 by Luana Pascu

After 40 percent of UK businesses reported data breaches or security incidents in the past year, the government wants to completely “design out” complex cyber risks and attacks. To achieve this and strengthen national infrastructure and consumer security, officials plan to issue an impressive challenge to enterprises across the UK.

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ENISA Calls for Automated Defense against Automated Threats

Jan 30 by Filip Truta

2018 was a busy year for the cybersecurity sector, as independent cyber-criminals and state-sponsored actors alike further advanced their motives and tactics. Legislators in turn have flipped on the GDPR switch to punish organizations with lax security practices, and many still have a ways to go to achieve compliance.

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Ensuring Strong Cyber Security at the Edge

Jan 29 by Razvan Muresan

We’re hearing more and more about edge computing, and it will likely continue to be a focal point within IT as the Internet of Things (IoT) continues to gain momentum. A key question for organizations looking to the edge: What are the cyber security implications?

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Government CIOs to Focus Technology Investments on Data Analytics and Cybersecurity in 2019, Gartner Says

Jan 28 by Filip Truta

Chief Information Officers in government are recognizing the importance of investing in game-changing technologies, including artificial intelligence, machine learning, analytics and blockchain. Spending on cybersecurity is projected to continue to rise as the government recognizes its role as the steward of public data, according to Gartner.

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Business Payroll Compromise – a New Way for Criminals to Steal from Your Company

Jan 25 by Graham Cluley

Firms are being warned about a threat which evolves traditional business email compromise scams into a whole new way of extracting money from unwary companies.

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Cybercrime to Cost $5.2 Trillion over Next 5 Years; High-Tech Industry Most at Risk

Jan 23 by Luana Pascu

Businesses are struggling to develop cyber resilience to fend off attacks as they seek to create flawless operations and to scale systems. Efficient cybersecurity in an advancing digital economy is no easy goal, as many factors are at play, including third-party risks and increased attack surface, as a result of extensive interest in IoT deployments. This is why corporates and governments need to work together to set up priorities to help enable digital transformation and build trust through proper safeguards on consumer data privacy.

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The API Security Essentials You Need to Know

Jan 22 by George V. Hulme

In the modern enterprise, APIs are both the keys that unlockdata and the glue that makes system integration possible. But how steep are the associated security concerns APIs create?

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Shadow IT Running Rampant in Many Organizations despite Security Risks

Jan 21 by Filip Truta

Most IT decision makers agree cybersecurity is the nut to crack in 2019 and beyond, but IT departments are surprisingly permissive with risky internal practices like shadow IT.

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43% of Enterprises Not Ready to Say Goodbye to Windows 7

Jan 18 by Luana Pascu

2020 will bring the end of Windows 7, following Microsoft’s announcement that it will no longer offer support and updates for the operating system starting January 14, 2020. But companies appear to have had a good run with it and are not yet ready to say goodbye, a Kollective survey of 1,000 US and UK enterprise IT professionals has found.

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Average Cost of a Cyberattack Now Exceeds $1 Million, Research Shows

Jan 17 by Filip Truta

The cost of attack mitigation is ascending, and so it the number of organizations under attack. Between 2018 and 2019, most organizations have experienced some type of attack, and only 7% have experienced no attack at all, according to new research.

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