Cybersecurity


While the coronavirus pandemic upends the economies of countries around the world, there are welcome indications that some major cybersecurity firms still see a bright future on the horizon.  A specific example of one company whose vision extends beyond the current economic strife is found in Silverfort. Silverfort, the provider […]

Financial Indication That Agentless Authentication Provider Eyes a Bright Future





By Kirsty Fisher, Chief Financial Officer at Titania In 2019, Microsoft made waves at its annual Black Hat conference in Las Vegas, where it confirmed its discovery of a malicious hacker group which was using common Internet of Things (IoT) devices to carry out widespread corporate attacks. The way in? Internet connected devices including […]

Compliance in a Connected World


By Reggie Best, President & Chief Product Officer, FireMon Lumeta We have seen significant growth in IoT infrastructure in the past decade, especially this past year. By 2025, International Data Corporation predicts there will be 41.6 billion connected IoT devices, or “things,” generating 79.4 zettabytes of data. While the advancement […]

Reduce Your IoT Attack Surface and Protect Your Infrastructure from ...


An illuminating new report from email security firm Tessian reveals that 43% of US and UK employees have made mistakes resulting in cybersecurity repercussions for themselves or their company. Human error is a leading cause of data breaches today. The Psychology of Human Error report examines why people make mistakes and how […]

New Report: Nearly Half of Employees Make Mistakes with Cybersecurity ...





“LiveAuctioneers, the online website which broadcasts live auctions selling antiques, art, and collectibles, has warned that user details have fallen into unauthorized hands following a security breach,” reported by Graham Cluley last week. A notification on LiveAuctioneers website states, “As of July 11th, 2020, our cybersecurity team has confirmed that […]

Online Auctions Site “Completely Failed Its Customers”



CAMPBELL, CA – July 8, 2020 – Bitglass, the Total Cloud Security company, has released its 2020 BYOD Report, which analyzes enterprise use of bring your own device (BYOD) as well as the state of personal device security within organizations. Bitglass partnered with a leading cybersecurity community and surveyed IT professionals […]

Increased Remote Work Drives BYOD, but Security is Not Keeping ...


By Shane McCarthy, COO of Irdeto Imagine all of your connected devices have short, simple passwords. How long do you think it would take a cyber-criminal to hack into them? A matter of seconds? Minutes? Or longer?  According to research we conducted recently; the average American thinks it takes over eight and […]

Connected Homes, Smarter Security: Taking Back Cyber Control in a ...


By Yaroslav Vorontsov, Software and Security Architect, DataArt The popularity of VPNs is growing every day. Usage is skyrocketing as people realize how much information they leave behind on the Internet, how much data IT giants collect, and how fast the number of breaches and data leaks is rising. Not surprisingly, Internet […]

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