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How to Get Cybersecurity Right in 2019

For many years now, the speed of revenue growth and tooling in the cybercrime market has exceeded the rate of investment in cybersecurity. According to various estimates, the global proceeds

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Shutdown a Threat to IT Security Recruitment

As the US inches toward a full month of a government shutdown, concerns over the impact on national security and cybersecurity continue to mount, and according to security experts from Juniper

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Deception for proactive defense

This article is fourth in a five-part series being developed by Dr. Edward Amoroso in conjunction with the deception technology team from Attivo Networks. The article provides an overview of

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Managed Threat Hunting Fills a Critical Gap

Threat hunting is a critical discipline that more organizations are using to disrupt stealthy attacks before they become mega breaches. In many organizations, threat hunting becomes the last, best line

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Strengthen Data Breach Defenses with Emulation Assessments

While cyber threats increase daily in volume and sophistication, data breach evaluation – an essential tool for validating the security of corporate and essential infrastructure – has lagged behind. This

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Don’t go once more unto the breach: fix those policy configuration mistakes

Asher Benbenisty at AlgoSec examines four common security policy errors, and shows how organisations can avoid them.As security threats become more and more advanced, managing your network’s defences correctly has

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Why a Dog Bite is a Lesson in Handling Cyberattacks

A few weekends ago, my dog bit me. In his defense, it was dark and I had tackled him unexpectedly to stop him from walking off our under-construction, railing-less deck.

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#SecuringEnterprise: Talking Risk to Boards

In a panel focused on securing the enterprise at a conference by the same name hosted by MIT CSAIL and BT Security, moderator Michael Siegel, principal research scientist, management science at MIT Sloan School

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Don’t Go Once More Unto the Breach: Fix Those Policy Configuration Mistakes

As security threats become more and more advanced, managing your network’s defenses correctly has never been more critical. The effectiveness of firewalls and other security devices depends on the security

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Organizations want to threat hunt, but can’t due to lack of time, skills and visibility

As cybercriminals and nation-states continue to improve the sophistication of attacks that bypass traditional preventive defenses, organizations must evolve their security defenses to reduce dwell time. Fidelis Cybersecurity asked cybersecurity