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Red teaming: Why a forward offense is the best defense

Companies are under constant threat. Opportunistic attackers scan the internet for weak points, motivated attackers target specific organizations for susceptibility to a scam or digital exploit, and persistent attackers don’t

Protecting your organization against privileged identity theft

What do the top data breaches of the 21st century have in common? Privileged identity abuse. In these breach instances, well-resourced, external actors were able to gain the credentials of

What Capital One Got Wrong (and Right) After the Breach

The Capital One breach and the need for communications. With over 106 million customers and applicants’ personal data exposed, the Capital One breach is one of the biggest breaches of

Breach leads motor assessor to boost cyber security

Motor loss assessing firm AAMC says it is boosting its cyber security after an unauthorized breach affected part of its systems. “[We] have conducted a subsequent, extensive penetration test with

Data breach fallout haunts companies long after the fact

Data breaches have become a priority in most business’ cybersecurity agenda. The series of breaches that companies experienced in 2018 emphasized what security experts have warned about – that threats

Are SMEs ready to finally combat cyber security breaches?

SMEs are spending little on cyber security as compared to the overall IT budget. Around 86 percent of SMEs have less than 10 percent of their total IT budget allocated

Why identity is the foundation of security

Once upon a time, companies secured their valuable information by locking file cabinets and installing passwords and firewalls around databases and systems in office-based computers. Maybe they also had video

What is digital ad fraud and how does it work?

Ad fraud can help fraudsters to generate revenue for themselves through fake traffic, fake clicks and fake installs. It can also help the cybercriminals to deploy malware on users’ computers.

Staff buy-in critical for effective corporate cyber security

In 2018, 26% of young adults committed suicide globally as a result of cyber bullying, and 945 data breaches led to 45 billion records being compromised in the ongoing cyber

Why SOAR is a Good Bet For Fighting Mega Cyber Security Breaches

Few things keep business executives and heads of governmental agencies up at night quite like mega cyber breaches. Not only are they on the rise, but they are becoming increasingly