We know we need to encourage our teams to think security-first across every department. But what does this really mean in a practical application? For security companies, it might be less of a leap to bring a security mindset to legal, procurement, or marketing teams. For organizations with their core business in another industry, it ...
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With the pressure of digital transformation on companies today, executives need to consider how to keep their organization safe amidst rapid change. Most businesses cover their security bases with the basics: advanced analytics, technology using machine-learning and AI, and baseline protocols. But in the face of today’s rising threats, the basics may not be enough. ...
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In a world where the lines between personal and corporate data and devices are increasingly blurred, companies benefit when they take the time to educate all staff about online safety. Both the volume and sophistication of cyber threats are growing, and we are more exposed than ever with the level of always-on connectivity constantly at ...
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As cyber threats grow increasingly sophisticated, staying ahead of bad actors is proportionately more challenging. Hackers, data theft, and viruses have been around for decades, but the stakes have raised significantly. The WannaCry ransomware attack last year was the first time we’ve seen worm tactics combined with ransomware on a major scale, infecting at least ...
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Whether you’re racing to fill cybersecurity jobs to keep up with the changing threat landscape or support your company’s rapid growth, getting your team trained and at the top of their game is a high priority. You need to ensure all new hires are operating with the same baseline of knowledge and skills as your ...
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Has it been a year? It seems longer. When the WannaCry ransomware attack hit tens of thousands of individuals and business around the world on May 12, 2017, it wasn’t the first time we had seen ransomware, but its impact was unique and lasting. We’ve all known for decades about hackers, information thefts, computer viruses ...
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I had the pleasure of sitting on a panel at CyberScoop’s CyberTalks event this week, which coincides this year with the RSA 2018 Conference in San Francisco. Our discussion focused on the need to protect election systems from would-be hackers seeking to change results, sow discord in our election processes, and undermine confidence in our ...
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