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5 Cyber Safety Rules Everyone Needs to Follow

Cybercriminals are not only focusing on enterprises and SMBs but also targeting individual end-users like you. Open Firefox Monitor, enter your email ID and see if it was the part of

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Global Firms Under-Insured Despite Breach Concerns

Half of global organizations still don’t have cyber insurance, despite the majority believing cyber-attacks will increase next year, according to FireEye.The security vendor polled 800 CISOs and senior executives across the

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SPEAR PHISHING 101: HOW IT DIFFERS FROM PHISHING

Phishing attacks have been a favorite tool of cybercriminals for years. It’s an attempt to gain unauthorized access to account credentials or financial information by imitating a trustworthy entity. While

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How ‘triple safe’ outbound email security can prevent human error data leaks

By Rick Goud – CEO & Co- Founder at ZIVVER, Research shows that employees spend an average of two and a half hours per day working on emails. Its ease

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Keeping up with the Evolving Ransomware Security Landscape

Cybercrime is ever-evolving, and is consistently becoming more effective and damaging. While the range of attack vectors available to malicious actors are vast, ransomware remains one of the most prolific forms

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Airbus Incident Shines Spotlight on Third-Party Vendor Security Risks

By Ewen O’Brien – VP of Enterprise, EMEA at BitSight, 2019 has been a year of high-profile attacks, and, as we predicted, it’s only getting worse. That’s certainly the case

IT Compliance

Cyber Security Nordic: Have data? Use it, delete it

Toxic data in the industry parlance usually means non-consented information obtained from users, which poses the chance of penalties under data protection regulations. However, data hoarded without any immediate use

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Companies are still struggling to get GDPR compliant

It seems as companies ‘greatly’ underestimated the work that needed to be done in order to become GDPR-compliant.This is according to a new report by the Capgemini Research Institute, which

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Organizations continue to struggle with privacy regulations

Many organizations’ privacy statements fail to meet common privacy principles outlined in GDPR, CCPA, PIPEDA, including the user’s right to request information, to understand how their data is being shared with third

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Establishing Efficient Data Governance Processes to Add Business Value

These days, organizations are awash with more data than ever before. The challenges this presents are compounded by evolving regulatory changes such as the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which