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By Peter Kelley Bots are now hitting organizations of every size, across all industries – particularly retailers and the financial and payments ecosystem – with new ferocity. Financially motivated malicious bot attacks target the retailer’s web, mobile, and API applications, and results include: click fraud, account takeover, fake accounts, API […]

Cequence Marshals Advanced AI to Thwart Bots


Guest Contributor: Idan Udi Edry, CEO of Trustifi. Massive hacking and data breaches of companies are on the rise—and no industry is exempt. Retailers, federal organizations, law firms, and social media and e-commerce sites have all recently been hacked. As of 2017, over 2.3 billion usernames and passwords from 51 […]

The Most Basic Ways Businesses Should Protect Their Emails



Homeowners are increasingly aware that security features could affect their finances further down the line and are opting to modernise their locking systems. In the UK, insurance companies usually ask for the type of locking systems installed on all outside doors of a house before providing a quote, with some […]

Savvy Homeowners Upgrade Security Features to Avoid Costly Insurance Premiums


With new data centre capacity needed at an ever-accelerating pace, rushing the delivery of a new facility significantly increases risk. Find out how off-site construction, integration and testing prior to final on site commissioning can deliver a fully customised data centre, on budget, with greatly reduced risk and in a […]

Data Centre Design and Build is Evolving – Here’s Why






Guest Contributor: Sterling Kellis, Assistant Dean of Technology, College of Information Systems and Technology, University of Phoenix American jazz musician Charles Mingus once said, “Making the simple complicated is commonplace, but making the complicated simple, awesomely simple, that’s creative genius.” Today, the security industry is in need of a stroke […]

Cybersecurity Upskilling and Lifelong Learning in the Digital Age




Editor’s note: The following was originally posted on Schneider Electric’s blog.  With their permission, and because this is an important topic, we decided to republish it here for our readers.  We applaud Schneider Electric for their willingness to address this attack against one of their customers head-on, without flinching, and […]

One Year After Triton: Building Ongoing, Industry-Wide Cyber Resilience


Guest Contributor: Kim Crawley I’ve been playing quite a bit of Assassin’s Creed Syndicate. Yes, I know the game came out in 2015. But in the past several years, I’ve played Assassin’s Creed II, Assassin’s Creed Brotherhood, Assassin’s Creed Revelations, Assassin’s Creed III, Assassin’s Creed Liberation, and Assassin’s Creed Rogue. […]

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