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141 Cybersecurity Predictions For 2020

Serial cybersecurity entrepreneur Shlomo Kramer said in a 2005 interview that cybersecurity is “a bit like Alice in Wonderland” where you run as fast as you can only to stay

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A decade of hacking: The most notable cyber-security events of the 2010s

The 2010s decade is drawing to a close and ZDNet is looking back at the most important cyber-security events that have taken place during the past ten years. Over the

Software

Cybersecurity challenges for 2020

Fake it until you make it has long been the unofficial mantra of entrepreneurs. Unfortunately, when it comes to cybersecurity it’s also become the inspiration for an insidious new breed of cyber

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Conservatives propose national cyber crime force

The policy was outlined in brief proposals contained in the Conservatives’ newly published manifesto, in which the party said it planned to “embrace new technologies and crack down on online crimes”.

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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%

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How IoT Can Compromise Your Home’s Safety and Security

Internet of Things (IoT) systems can provide physical security and alert you to potential dangers lurking in your home. However, as with any new technology, there are trade-offs, and unfortunately, IoT

Cloud

Speeding MTTR when a third-party cloud service is attacked

We all know you can’t stop every malicious attack. Even more troublesome is when an externally sourced element in the cloud – engaged as part of your infrastructure – is

Hardware/Network

Only 47% of cybersecurity pros are prepared to deal with attacks on their IoT devices

Fewer than half (47%) of cybersecurity professionals have a plan in place to deal with attacks on their IoT devices and equipment, despite that fact that nine out of ten express concerns

Software

Targeted online messaging dissuading young gamers from getting involved in cybercrime

Highly-targeted messaging campaigns from law enforcement can be surprisingly effective at dissuading young gamers from getting involved in cybercrime, a new study has suggested. Click here to view original webpage

Software

Cybercrime is maturing, shifting its focus to larger and more profitable targets

Cybercrime is continuing to mature and becoming more and more bold, shifting its focus to larger and more profitable targets as well as new technologies. Data is the key element