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Executives are not Actively Engaged in Ensuring the Effectiveness of Cybersecurity Strategy

There’s a clear lack of accountability, especially on the board and among C-suite executives, and a lack of confidence in determining the efficacy of security technologies. Click here to view

Key Challenges Impacting IT Audit Pros Navigating An Evolving Risk Landscape

Protiviti and ISACA surveyed 2,252 chief audit executives (CAEs), internal audit professionals and IT audit vice presidents and directors worldwide. Click here to view original webpage at www.helpnetsecurity.com

Lack of IT Security Training Leaving Businesses Open to Data Breaches

When it comes to the workforce – everyone needs a little extra IT education, even those working in IT departments. This is according to a new report by Claranet, which

Mozilla Hardens Firefox Against Injection Attacks

The first codebase change impacts the built-in about:pages that Firefox ships with, and which were designed to provide an interface to the internal state of the browser. about:config is the best known of them,

Click2Mail Informs Users of Data Breach

Click2Mail allows customers to create, personalize, and proof mailpieces, as well as to acquire, build, and manage mailing lists. With the help of Click2Mail’s web browser-based tools, users do not

Most Expect the Risk of Privileged User Abuse to Increase

Insufficient privileged access management (PAM) practices continue to be a critical challenge for many organizations despite significant risks of data breaches and security incidents, according to Sila and Ponemon Institute. Click here to

Changing Cyber Security Best Practice

According to The State of Enterprise Security in South Africa 2019, conducted by World Wide Worx in partnership with Trend Micro and VMware, almost 73% of respondents cite acquiring new

Cyber Security Nordic: Have data? Use it, delete it

Toxic data in the industry parlance usually means non-consented information obtained from users, which poses the chance of penalties under data protection regulations. However, data hoarded without any immediate use

Companies are still struggling to get GDPR compliant

It seems as companies ‘greatly’ underestimated the work that needed to be done in order to become GDPR-compliant.This is according to a new report by the Capgemini Research Institute, which

As consumers engage with insurance companies online, new types of digital fraud emerge

 As more U.S. consumers use digital platforms when engaging with insurance companies, new fraud challenges are likely to arise for insurance carriers, according to TransUnion and iovation. Click here to view original