More often than not organisations are warned about security incidents that make the headlines tend to be about catastrophic technology failures or breaches caused by nefarious actors. However, what business leaders need to realise is that sometimes the most dangerous threats could be right under their noses.
Computer defenders often spend time, money, and other resources on computer defences that don’t stop the biggest threats to their environment. What is causing this lack of focus in putting the right defences in the right places in the right amounts against the right threats?
While most businesses are focused on preventing and mitigating external threats, there is often a greater danger their security teams need to worry about closer to home – insider threats.
ixtel technologies has unveiled its new ‘Behavioural Analytics’ platform at the Gartner Security and Risk Management Summit in Dubai.
Fortinet has earned NSS recommendations for two of their sandboxing solutions; the FortiSandbox 3000D appliance, and the FortiSandbox Cloud service.
A10 Networks and Cylance have announced a technical partnership to “enhance cybersecurity” for individual endpoints and users from the data centre to the cloud, by incorporating advanced threat protection for encrypted traffic.
RSA Conference, the world’s leading information security conferences and expositions, concluded its 25th annual event at the Moscone Centre in San Francisco.
These days, the threat landscape for most companies is massive. But while there is a litany of outside threats that their security teams need to worry about, there is often an even greater danger much closer to home.
Criminals carried out more but smaller data thefts last year than in previous years, indicating a shift toward simpler exploits …