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Facebook Increases Security For Political Campaign Staff

Facebook is introducing new security tools for political campaign staff, concerned about dirty tricks in the run-up to the mid-term elections. On his personal Facebook page, CEO Mark Zuckerberg admitted

Software

Data privacy automation: Unlock your most valuable asset

In years past, data privacy was the purview of the chief privacy officer. However, increasingly, CTOs are being tasked with operationalizing a data privacy solution for the company. That’s because data privacy

Hardware/Network

Accept the death of the traditional enterprise network: Your security may depend upon it

Today, the enterprise “network” is mobile and accessed through devices by multiple users, with a lot of the services being used served via the cloud that bypass traditional network parameters.

Software

Isolated Recovery – Your Golden Ticket for Combatting Ransomware

By Bill Tolson, Vice President at  Archive360, Numerous organizations are currently reevaluating their data protection and security strategies given the number of ransomware attacks and security breaches that have continued

Cloud Software

Cloudy With a Chance of Cryptojacking

A growing trend amongst cyber-criminals is cloudjacking: the act of stealing processing and storage from someone else’s cloud account.  Many are combining this practice with cryptojacking to further boost their

Identity Theft

Machine Identity Failings Expose Firms

Nearly all IT decision makers believe that protecting machine identities is as important or more important that human identity management, but most struggle to deliver that protection, according to a

Software

Why Everyone’s Thinking About Ransomware The Wrong Way

It’s become a fact of life that hackers might lock down your computer, blocking access to your most valuable data, and vowing to free it only if you pay up.

Identity Theft

The Consequences Of The Superdrug Data Breach

It was reported that Superdrug had warned its online customers to change their passwords after criminals claimed to have obtained their personal details. The chain said the group claimed they had stolen details of

Industry Insights

12 things every IT security professional should know

Fighting the good fight takes specialized knowledge. Here’s the baseline of what all security pros should know. Click here to view original webpage at www.csoonline.com

Industry Insights

Why Businesses Must Re-Educate On Cybersecurity Policies

A lack of employee education, overlooking patch management and flouting security processes are leaving business vulnerable and posing a threat to network security and data protection. According to a government