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Five Ways Business Directors Can Prepare For The Future Of Cybersecurity

In a business environment where a company’s reputation increasingly depends on how well it acts as a steward of customer, client and partner information, boards of directors must be able

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Cyber attackers turn to business disruption as primary attack objective

Over the course of 2019, 36% of the incidents that CrowdStrike investigated were most often caused by ransomware, destructive malware or denial of service attacks, revealing that business disruption was often the

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Fraud Is Eroding The Customer Experience

Are you worried about fraud? Concerned about giving out your credit card number or Social Security number over the phone—or to an AI (Artificial Intelligence)-fueled bot? You’re not alone. According

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5 Threat Predictions for 2020: Are You Prepared?

With 2019’s headlines of ransomware, malware, and RDP attacks almost behind us, we shift our focus to the cybercrime threats ahead in 2020. Cybercriminals are increasing the complexity and volume of


Four Ways to Achieve a Zero Trust Security Model

Put 2019 in the record books — for cybercrime, that is. According to Risk Based Security, a global leader in vulnerability intelligence, breach data and risk ratings, 2019 was on


Cybersecurity 2020: Welcome to the Digital Cold War

In the year ahead, organizations must prepare for the unknown. They can do so by ensuring they have the flexibility to endure unexpected and high-impact cybersecurity events. Click here to

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Why your Smart Home Needs Cyber Security

The technological advancement took a boom with the invention of the internet. Heavy mobile phones were gradually replaced by smartphones, e-libraries took the place of traditional libraries, big computers were

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DHS: Iran maintains a robust cyber program and can execute cyber-attacks against the US

US Department of Homeland Security issues terror alert about possible Iran-sponsored terrorist acts and cyber-attacks. The US government has issued a security alert over the weekend, warning of possible acts

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Russians are masters of deception when it comes to cyberwars

When it comes to international cybersecurity issues, you have to credit Russia for its baldfaced hypocrisy. The fox, as it were, has just managed to get itself elected chairman of

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EU Companies and Cybersecurity Threats

Companies must be the protagonists in the fight against cybercrime through the synergic application of different skills and disciplines, in the perspective of tackling complex phenomena such as cybercrime. Click