Kaspersky researchers identified two APT incidents that targeted entities related to COVID-19 research – a Ministry of Health body and a pharmaceutical company.
META Enterprises that disclose breaches proactively experience 38% less financial damage than peers that saw incidents leaked to the media.
Expanding Ericom Global Cloud Platform Data Centre Footprint Supports Growing Demand for Ericom Zero Trust Remote Browser Isolation.
Qualys offers free 60-day integrated Vulnerability Management, Detection and Response service to help organisations quickly assess devices impacted by SolarWinds Orion vulnerabilities, SUNBURST Trojan detections, and FireEye Red Team tools, and to remediate and track results via dynamic dashboards
Ingram Micro today announced the launch of CyberGramSM, a Cyber Security self-assessment tool, developed in-house by Ingram Micro to help generate Cyber Security momentum for Business Partners.
In 2020, organisations were challenged to accommodate mass remote workforces, while stopping pandemic-related threats and maintaining business continuity. As security teams plan for 2021, their strategies have to evolve in a shifting threat landscape. Below are our top security trends and predictions for the year ahead.
The new stay at home way of living has resulted in organisations adjusting their corporate networks and led to the emergence of new threats, as well as the strengthening of existing ones. This does not necessarily mean that the total number of identified attacks grew in 2020, yet their redistribution is clear.
BeyondTrust’s new dynamic account capabilities in the DevOps Secrets Safe enable organisations to mitigate risk associated with persistent privileged accounts in automatic workflows and unsecured cloud infrastructure secrets
Cybersecurity predictions for 2021 show the ripple effect of COVID-19 is likely to continue, leading to a rise in thread hijacking, whaling and human-operated ransomware.
Cybereason Uncovers New Malware Arsenal Abusing Facebook and Dropbox in Middle East Espionage Campaign