IT managers lack visibility to about 45 percent of their organisation’s network traffic, creating significant security challenges. In fact, nearly a quarter of them are blind to as much as 70 percent of their network traffic.
The latest report found more than 14,277,163 pieces of spam and 9,992 emails containing dangerous file types – all missed by the incumbent providers and delivered to users’ inboxes.
Kaspersky Lab experts have uncovered a new cyberespionage campaign “Operation Parliament” that is targeting high profile organisations from around the world with a focus on the Middle East and North Africa.
Here are some security aspects users should look at in a home network ―particularly those related to the configuration of its Internet-connected router.
With the deadline fast approaching, many GCC organisations are yet to begin the processes, risk lagging behind and facing penalties.
Russian hackers are reportedly targeting millions of devices around the world to spy, steal information and build networks in preparation for future cyber-attacks, the US and UK have revealed.
A new survey had revealed that less than half of all organisations were able to detect a major cybersecurity incident within one hour. Even more concerning, the study found that less than one-third said that even if they detected a major incident, they would be unable to contain it within an hour.
Saudi Arabia has reportedly signed a strategic partnership with US education-focused technology firm, Coursera.
Etisalat have signed the agreement with Singtel, SoftBank and Telefónica have signed an agreement to offer enterprises a comprehensive portfolio of cybersecurity services.
Saudi Arabia’s education sector was most affected by malware, followed by government, and telecommunications during 2017, according to a study.