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Security perimeters in the cloud aren’t dead—They’re ephemeral

It goes without saying that companies migrating IT systems and operations to the cloud face a growing number of challenges related to security. From securing cloud-native applications in a continuous release environment to managing digital identity and remote access to sensitive data, virtually every aspect of day-to-day IT and cybersecurity operations is changing rapidly.  With…
Data Breach, Security News

2020 Predictions: Data Breaches

Experian predictionsCybercriminals will leverage text-based “smishing” identity theft techniques to target consumers participating in online communities. As more Americans continue to join like-minded groups on social media to provide financial support to social causes or political candidates, cybercriminals can solicit unsuspecting consumers with fraudulent messages via SMS text to seek bank account details or other…
Mobile Security, Security News

Xhelper ad dropper adds to its list of victims

There has been a surge in activity surrounding the Xhelper Android ad dropper, with more than 45,000 devices being infected since the malware made its first appearance six months ago. In the past month an average of 131 devices were infected each day, with about 2,400 devices persistently infected throughout the month. The malware mostly…
Executive Insight, Opinion

Using an SDP client to create a secure, hyperconnected smart city

Cities are the centerpiece for the vast majority of the world’s data production and energy consumption. According to the United Nations, more than half (55 percent) of the global population currently resides in urban areas, and that number is projected to rise to nearly 70 percent over the next three decades. It’s predicted that in…
Election Coverage, Security News

2020 Predictions: Election Security

David Richardson, senior director of product management, Lookout 2020 Election Hacking Will Focus on Mobile – As cyber attacks have evolved to target mobile devices because of their nature and form factor, so will cyber attacks in the 2020 Presidential Election. Spear phishing campaigns are moving beyond the traditional email-based phishing attacks we saw in…
Security News

2020 cybersecurity predictions

Curtis Simpson, CISO, Armis Voice Deepfakes will become the new phishing bait: C-level executives, politicians and other high-profile individuals are already high-risk targets for standard email phishing attacks given their level of access and financial decision making within their organization. With advancements in the deepfake voice technology, I expect a rise of voice phishing schemes…
Security News, Vulnerabilities

Security advisories issued for eight Cisco products, two critical

Cisco joined the April patch bonanza issuing security advisories for eight products, two of which the company considers critical. The Cisco IP Phones Web Server and Cisco UCS Director and Cisco UCS Director Express for Big Data advisories contain a total of 10 vulnerabilities that together are considered critical by Cisco. A specific set of…
Executive Insight, Opinion

Best practices for implementing a DLP solution

Traditional defenses are no match for targeted attacks that bypass security controls and steal sensitive data. As IT changes continue to occur, organizations need to be more strategic to combat modern threats. They must shift their focus from attempting to secure everything, to protecting what matters most—the data itself. No matter where it is stored,…
Executive Insight, Opinion

Can your network operator stop your smart washer from airing your dirty laundry?

Migration to 5G and the better connectivity it promises has also brought with it an equally burgeoning cybersecurity threat landscape. This, coupled with the proliferation of IoT devices that are fraught with inherent security flaws, means even bigger security woes for consumers. It is, therefore, no wonder that Americans are more worried about cybercrime than…
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