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UK Government Issues Cybersecurity Warning to Charities

The British government issued a cybersecurity alert to charities today warning of a spike in reported cases of mandate fraud in which scammers impersonate employees. Click here to view original webpage at

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What are the qualities of a good digital identity management program?

Growing consumer expectations, the breakdown of traditional “walls” and emerging technologies are making it hard for organizations to devise a successful digital identity management program, according to Deloitte. Click here

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Top compliance and risk management challenges for financial organizations

Notable regulatory compliance and risk challenges remain high in a number of key areas for U.S. banks and credit unions, according to the results of a Wolters Kluwer survey. Click here to

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The rise of continuous crowdsourced security testing for compliance

A large percentage of organizations and institutions are moving toward a rigorous, continuous testing model to ensure compliance, a Synack report reveals. Click here to view original webpage at www.helpnetsecurity.com

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Risk Analysis Of Cyber Security Stocks

Investors need to understand the evolution of a sector or industry when performing risk analysis. While risk measures can help recalibrate your risk appetite, they should never be used to

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Charities affected by cyber crime in 2019

Almost a quarter of charities were affected by cyber crime in 2019. And yet 44% of charities are not protecting themselves from cyber-attacks as many charity leaders don’t see the

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Managing the Human Security Factor in the Age of Ransomware

Security analysts have determined that cybercrime cost the global economy $1.5 trillion in 2018. Ransomware, in particular, is estimated to grow by as much as 350 percent over the next year. And while the

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Data security and automation top IT projects for 2020, AI not a priority

Data security and automation are the top IT projects for 2020, while artificial intelligence projects are not in the top 10 for IT professionals, according to Netwrix. Click here to

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Only 11% of organizations can detect intruders in under one minute

The process of detecting, triaging, investigating, and containing a cyber incident takes organizations globally on average nearly seven days of working around the clock (totaling 162 hours), with an average

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Attackers increasingly embrace small-scale DDoS attacks to evade detection

The growth in both large- and small-scale DDoS attacks continues its upward trajectory, according to a report released by Neustar.The report reveals that the total number of DDoS attacks was up 241%