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Almost a quarter of Chief Information Security Officers (CISOs) in the finance sector have drawn up plans to compel their Chief Financial Officer (CFO) to spend extra dollars on their organization’s cybersecurity posture, according to a new study.
The government of the US city of Baltimore is seeking federal dollars to recover from a devastating ransomware attack that allegedly leveraged the NSA-developed EternalBlue exploit.
One year in, there are still conflicting sentiments from the global workforce regarding the EU General Data Protection Regulation – specifically, whether the regulation has been effective.
The Society of Actuaries (SOA), the world's largest actuarial professional organization, recently released its annual survey of emerging risks in conjunction with other partner organizations. The good news for security programs is that cyber risk for the first time in five years was not ranked at the top of the list. The bad news is that cyber security is still a formidable challenge for organizations.
Threat intelligence enables enterprises to better understand, detect and respond to threats. To mount a successful defense, enterprises need to know their enemies and anticipate their next move. So far, the defenders have been losing.
Google has admitted that some of its business customers of G Suite (formerly known as Google Apps) had their passwords stored on the company’s internal servers for 14 years in plaintext.
Believing that security incidents are imminent and probably unavoidable, enterprises are turning to advanced digital forensics to better understand and identify bad actors, and are open to using deception through technology such as honey pots or seeding fake data to help hunt down cybercriminals later, according to Neustar research. They’re also open to using deceptive tactics, such as deploying honey pots or seeding fake data to help hunt down cybercriminals later.
At Bitdefender, we understand the security challenges that organizations face in this ever-accelerating, hybrid, multi-cloud world. From small to very large, companies encounter common issues. We have been collaborating with Citrix to anticipate and address your cloud workload-protection challenges.
Bitdefender IntelliTriage, the new Network Traffic Security Analytics (NTSA) module, enables security operations to:
- Reduce security incident investigation and response time
- Focus efforts only on threats that represent a risk to the organization
- Lower the skill and resource requirements for threat hunting