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InFocus: SonicWall CEO Bill Conner

Illena Armstrong, VP, Editorial, chats with SonicWall CEO Bill Conner about concerning threats, non-traditional points of entry, and steps your organization can take to secure your corporate infrastructure.

CEO blames unmanaged third-party code for recent attacks, data privacy scandals

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What do the 3ve ad fraud campaign, the Magecart credit card skimming attacks and the Facebook-Cambridge Analytica scandal have in common? They were all made possible through the use of unmanaged third-party code, according to Chris Olson, CEO of the Media Trust, speaking the SC Media at RSA 2019. There was a time when websites…

Trolley Talk, RSA 2019 edition: SC’s second annual cable car chats (video)

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SC Media’s Senior Reporter Bradley Barth once again commutes to Fisherman’s Wharf with several top cybersecurity execs and for the first time a pair of undercover wireless research “workmen” come along for the ride. Back by popular demand, SC Media proudly presents its second annual edition of Trolley Talk, a segment where we interview leading cybersecurity experts while riding the…

Can event-based analytics spot IP developers stealing their own assets?

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The most likely person to steal IP is not an external threat, but rather the person who developed it and uses it every day, according to Forcepoint Chief Scientist Dr. Richard Ford. And this insider threat actually may be more difficult to detect because typical event-based security analytics may not always be adequately equipped to…

Report reveals how China leverages social media to influence U.S.

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A new report from Recorded Future’s Insikt Group research team examines how the Chinese government exerts influence on Americans through an organized social media campaign. Unlike Russia, which has weaponized social media as a means to sow discord and undermine democracy within the U.S., China’s objective is to present itself in a more positive, benign…

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