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Navigating through the mind of a 2020 hacker

When someone gets notified that they have been impacted by a data breach, many people picture a hooded figure in a dark basement with lines of code streaming across a computer screen. Contrary to popular belief, cyberattacks are rarely carried out by a sophisticated cyber-assassin looking to destroy a business. Most of the time they…
APTs/cyberespionage, Corporate News, Government, Privacy & Compliance News and Analysis, Security News

Oracle will inherit TikTok security, privacy headaches

By partnering with the popular Chinese videosharing platform TikTok, Oracle will inherit a laundry list of security and privacy issues once the deal is approved, as soon as Sept. 20, by TikTok parent company ByteDance. TikTok boasts 100 million users in the U.S. and 689 million globally. Earlier this year President Trump threatened to ban…
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Building a Better Identity Management Roadmap

The way organizations operate and process information has drastically changed over the last six months as the global economic and health crisis has resulted in job losses, an expanded remote workforce, and increased use of temporary staff. One important byproduct of this shift: Security leaders are rethinking their approaches to access control. Even in the best of circumstances, ensuring effective oversight of digital identities is among a security leader’s most daunting responsibilities. Innovations in contextual and biometric authentication remain promising — though the latter must confront increased social and legal resistance — but the growing complexity of internal and external networks we rely on keeps the bar high.
Data Breach, Government, Security News

All eyes on VA security measures after compromise of 46,000 accounts

The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) disclosure that the information of 46,000 U.S. service people recently was breached through an apparent social engineering scheme underscores the need for government vigilance even when a significant investment has been made in state-of-the-art protection. Security experts said the relatively low number of impacted accounts – in comparison…
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Maximize zero trust security by expanding beyond basic principles

The pandemic has fundamentally changed how security teams think about protecting the business, in many cases accelerating digital transformation projects and placing renewed emphasis on the Zero Trust model for information security. As security teams implement Zero Trust, it’s important to consider access management and control. In doing so, this reflects a larger shift in…
Product Review

Barracuda CloudGen Firewall F280 v8.03

Barracuda CloudGen Firewall F280 identifies and blocks advanced evasion and obfuscation tactics, enhancing network security with comprehensive and real-time network protection. This multi-layered security product examines packets as they are passed and opened and then cross-references protocol-compliant packages with defined firewall rules. The high performance, stateful, deep packet inspection engine protects against a broad range…
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Preparing for what’s next: Innovation also brings cybersecurity risk

Today’s CIOs have an unprecedented challenge on their hands. They are spearheading digital transformation efforts, creating revenue-generating applications, enabling remote work and driving seamless customer experiences. This new business environment also created a veritable playground for attackers, making it hard to strike the right balance between innovation and security. Most attacks today follow a similar…
Perspectives

Lock down home workers with a mix of tech tools and policies

Security pros face unending attacks and challenges as they try to maintain business continuity while employees work-from-home. Now that the majority of the staff works beyond the network perimeter, the escalating threats are real, driving opportunistic threat actors to ramp up their phishing efforts. For example, Google found earlier this year that 18 million phishing…
Coronavirus, Finance, Risk Management, Security News

Financial institutions likely to doubledown on security spending

Prior to the pandemic, financial institutions spent an average $2,700 on cybersecurity per full-time employee, up from $2,300 the previous year. COVID-19 now drives the need for companies to doubledown on cybersecurity going forward, according to a study from Deloitte’s cyber risk and strategic risk services group in conjunction with the Financial Services Information Sharing…
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