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Top 3 Considerations For Enterprise IoT Security

Enterprise IoT, those connected devices you increasingly find on your organization’s network like printers, VoIP phones, smart boards and TVs inside your network, is growing at a massive rate and

Industry Insights

Take your SOC to the next level of effectiveness

Enterprise security infrastructures average 80 security products, creating security sprawl and a big management challenge for SOC teams. With high volumes of data generated from security controls across the infrastructure, SOC

Vendor News

IBM X-Force: Hackers recycle previously stolen data to get into networks

Cybercriminals are not only sticking with traditional methods, such as phishing and exploitation of vulnerabilities, they are also recycling previously stolen credentials in hacking their way to an organization’s network,

Expert Articles

Cybercrime figures are ‘tip of the iceberg’

By Tim Thurlings, Co-founder and Chief Technology Officer, Bluedog Security Monitoring (www.bluedog-security.com) Tim Thurlings of bluedog Security Monitoring says that the current figures disguise the full extent of the problem

Vendor News

Cisco’s New Cybersecurity Co-Innovation Center in Milan to Focus on IoT, Smart Grids and 5G

Cisco recently opened its first Cybersecurity Co-Innovation Center in Europe at the Leonardo da Vinci Science and Technology Museum in Milan. Click here to view original webpage at www.thefastmode.com

Software

Most DevOps pros feel proper certificate issuance policies slow them down

75% of DevOps professionals are concerned that policies for issuing certificates slow down development, and over a third (39%) believe developers should be able to circumvent these policies to meet service level

Hardware/Network Software

Shadow IT Is The Cybersecurity Threat That Keeps Giving All Year Long

More than 5,000 personal devices connect to enterprise networks every day with little or no endpoint security enabled in one of every three companies in the U.S., U.K., and Germany.

Software

5 Security Trends to Watch in 2020

Personal and corporate privacy continue eroding away as cyberattacks and data breaches become more common. In the first half of 2019 alone, more than 4.1 billion data records were exposed in known

Hardware/Network Software

As malware and network attacks increase in 2019, zero day malware accounts for 50% of detections

Amid significant increases in both malware and network attacks, multiple Apache Struts vulnerabilities – including one used in the devastating Equifax data breach – appeared for the first time on WatchGuard’s list of most

Industry Insights

The phishing tricks that break through standard email filters

Some phishing emails are easy to spot: the spelling is bad, the spoofed email is clearly a fake, and the images are too warped to have possibly been sent by