94% of security and IT professionals across the globe have become more concerned about their digital security in the era of the coronavirus pandemic, according to a study from Tripwire in partnership with Dimensional Research.
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Software failure and security issues are the most common causes of costly downtime for small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs), and nearly a quarter of SMBs say they have gone offline in the past year.
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40% of cybersecurity and IT professionals from private and public organizations perceive public clouds as more secure than on-premise environments, according to the latest Cloud Threat Report published by Oracle and KPMG.
User names and passwords are an essential part of security. A new survey, though, shows people, including employees, tend to reuse the same passwords across multiple online services, leaving both personal and work accounts vulnerable.
Norfund, the Norwegian state-owned investment fund for developing countries, has revealed that it has been swindled out of US $10,000,000 (approximately 100 million Norwegian Krona) intended for an institution in Cambodia.
New research indicates that infosec professionals are more concerned about their employers’ security than the security of their own home, with the vast majority saying recent data breaches in the business sector have increased their organization’s focus on securing data.
While some of the impacts of the current global pandemic could be predicted, such as the move to work from home, cloud computing, and other technological change, one of the changes that one might not consider until in the thick of the pandemic would be biometrics.
As uncertainty continues to dominate the news, the striking wave of cybercrime we’ve seen lately is becoming less of an anomaly and more of a reality. Even the World Health Organization has reported a five-fold increase in attacks directed at its staff, with e-mail scams being the most prevalent.
A phishing campaign using a fake Zoom notification is targeting employees in an effort to steal Office 365 credentials, looking to trick people into entering their user names and passwords into a lookalike website.
Data breaches have turned into an unfortunate reality for companies around the world, accounting for more than 50% percent of all security incidents reported in 2019.