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Looming GDPR creates huge job opportunities for data experts

Sep 06 by Filip Truta

With 200 pages telling businesses how to handle customer data come May 2018, the EU’s General Data Protection Law has inadvertently created a long list of job openings – 75,000 by some estimates – for those who can responsibly juggle big chunks of data.

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China could use new Cyber-Security Law to exploit ‘foreign’ vulnerabilities

Sep 05 by Filip Truta

China’s new cyber-security law, in effect since June 1st, contains vague and onerous language that authorities could invoke to compel security checks, forcibly demand data or to inspect proprietary technology.

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Insecure Office 365 setups could be a ticking time bomb for your business

Sep 01 by Graham Cluley

Pinch yourself because it’s sometime hard to believe in 2017 – but one of the biggest threats your company faces are old-fashioned and simplistic phishing attacks.

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US, UK companies reported an average of five significant security incidents in the past year, survey shows

Aug 30 by Razvan Muresan

Four in ten companies in the US and the UK experienced five or more significant security incidents in the past year, among most cited external threats being malware, ransomware, and browser lockers (44%), phishing email, web or social (42%), domain infringement or DNS exposure/direct (42%), scams and disingenuous ads (40%), mobile app exposures and unknown or unauthorized rogue company mobile app (37%), and brand abuse and defacement (35%), according to a recent survey conducted by IDG.

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Danish CISOs fear that hacktivists could attack their companies, survey shows

Aug 28 by Razvan Muresan

Danish IT execs perceive hacktivist entities and competitors as the main interested parties that could target their organisations, according to a recent Bitdefender survey. The study confirms that competitors interested in corporate espionage and foreign state-sponsored attackers come second and third, with 61 percent and 46 percent, respectively.

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Addressing the Security Risks of Mergers and Acquisitions

Aug 24 by Bogdan Botezatu

Among the riskier activities enterprises can undertake are merging with or acquiring other businesses—and not just for the financial considerations involved. Mergers and acquisitions (M&A) present a number of cyber security risks that might not even be on the radar screen when merger discussions first begin.

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DDoS attacks increase 28% as PBot authors use decades-old PHP code

Aug 23 by Filip Truta

New data from Akamai Technologies reveals that distributed denial of service (DDoS) and web application attacks are on this rise following months of decline, increasing 28% in Q2 2017 from the same period last year.

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US: Targeted attacks impact decisions at the board level, survey shows

Aug 22 by Razvan Muresan

Some 90 percent of boards of directors in the US address cybersecurity as a serious risk management issue with severe reputation and financial consequences, while only 8 percent haven’t done it so far, according to a recent Bitdefender survey.

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Best Practices for Preventing and Responding to Ransomware Attacks

Jul 27 by Razvan Muresan

Ransomware is a growing threat to any organizations  that rely on systems and data; in other words, just about any organization in the world.

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Swedish scandalous cloud security leak

Jul 24 by George V. Hulme

A cybersecurity breach scandal involving the Swedish Transport Authority, Transportstyrelsen, erupted late last week and throughout the weekend according to numerous news reports.

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GDPR Readiness: Time is Slipping By

Jul 24 by George V. Hulme

When it comes to attaining readiness for General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) the clock is ticking. The GDPR is a set of regulatory mandates (Regulation (EU) 2016/679) that seek to shore up and streamline data protections for citizens within the European Union, including providing residents control over data about them and limiting exports of such data outside the union.

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A major global cyber attack could trigger losses of up to $121 billion

Jul 18 by Razvan Muresan

A catastrophic cyber attack could generate up $121 billion of economic losses, according to a report by cyber insurance company Lloyd's of London, cited by Reuters.

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