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Cyber Attackers Shift Strategy Away From Enterprise Perimeter And Endpoints To Target Employees The cyber security threat landscape in EMEA is shifting away from the enterprise perimeter and endpoints to target employees. The new anatomy of a hack includes social networks, news, and corporate websites. Hear how enterprises can protect personnel from these targeted attacks.
As businesses look to the future and invest in next-generation tools, here are some considerations for more effective planning. As security operations centers (SOCs) continue to evolve, enterprises are challenged with enhancing their ability to detect cyberthreats and keep themselves from harm, according to a recent report about building successful SOCs from the Information Security Forum (ISF).
Preconceived notions and divisions make building security into the software development life cycle an uphill battle for many organizations. Security teams have long had the reputation of being “out of process” — that they add requirements, complicate processes, and disrupt DevOps. “The reality is that building security into the development process — be it agile,
A completely trusted stack lets the enterprise be confident that apps and data are treated and protected wherever they are. With great power comes great responsibility. Just ask Spider-Man — or a 20-something system administrator running a multimillion-dollar IT environment. Enterprise IT infrastructures today are incredibly powerful tools. Highly dynamic and dangerously efficient, they enable
New technology can help cybersecurity bridge the talent gap, but tech won’t do much without people to operate it. RSA CONFERENCE 2019 – San Francisco –It’s no secret cybersecurity has a people problem. Businesses struggle to find and retain talent, and they’re competing to hire the most skilled professionals. Still, burnout puts them at risk
Preventative technologies are only part of the picture and often come at the expense of the humans behind them. Companies spend millions on security technology designed to prevent cyberattacks, yet they are still plagued by costly breaches and network intrusions. Indeed, the number of attacks are on the rise, taking longer to address than ever
Make no mistake, however: We’ll always have to be on guard. And we can take some lessons from the world of industrial cybersecurity. When the 2018 midterm elections took place on November 6, the country held its collective breath waiting for news of a major election cyberattack. A few election-related hacking incidents occurred leading up