Legacy endpoint Data Loss Prevention solutions fall short in a number areas, including their invasiveness, resource intensity and heavy maintenance requirements due to false positives and need for constant tuning. In fact, a number of organizations have given up on their DLP solutions because it’s just too hard to...
In this webinar, Nick Hogg, Director of Technical Training at Clearswift talks through the data risk challenges with Office 365 and looks at ways you can further protect your critical data and secure your installation from cyber threats.
The threat of unwanted sensitive data acquisition is a ticking time bomb for data breaches in the future. In a
world of digital collaboration and increasing legislation, the
adage ‘ignorance is bliss’ won’t help, especially when it comes
to data protection.
This paper explores the risks of sensitive
Moving to the cloud offers your enterprise a variety of benefits, including increased flexibility, agility, and modern DevOps delivery practices. It also opens you up to new security threats and vulnerabilities. 95% of industry professionals agree—there are good reasons to be concerned.
However, with the right...
Businesses that have had to support virtual services and remote workers have taken bold digital transformation steps during the pandemic. The momentum they’ve achieved, as a result, will be difficult to let go. Securing the changes already implemented as well as the changes yet to come in the ‘next normal’ is...
After the occupation of the U.S. Capitol by pro-Trump rioters Wednesday, an emergency response plan to ensure federal computers were locked down apparently was not activated, some experts say. As a result, federal security teams are likely scrambling to detect and repair any damage done.
An investigation at the U.S. Treasury Department has found that it suffered a "significant" breach as a result of the SolarWinds Orion supply chain attack, a top Democrat on the Senate Finance Committee reports. Meanwhile President-elect Joe Biden said of the attack: "I promise you, there will be a response."
Are insurers getting cold feet over covering losses to ransomware? With claims due to ransomware skyrocketing, some insurers have reportedly been revising offerings to make it tougher for companies to claim for some types of cybercrime, including extortion.
The human factors of cybersecurity represent the actions or events where human error results in a successful hack or data breach. Other than hackers taking advantage of naturally existing weak entry points, your biggest threat and vulnerability could be coming from the inside. Whether it's a well-meaning employee who...
In January 2020, an independent research firm, commissioned by Veeam, completed a survey of 1,550 enterprises across 18 countries on what their data protection challenges and goals were. That research included 217 financial services organisations.
Read this report to learn about:
The results and insights from the...
2019 saw the biggest attack ever recorded but, overall, attacks were
smaller, shorter, and more persistent.
For some time now, carrying out a DDoS attack has no longer required any technical skills.
With a myriad of "stressing" or DDoS-for-Hire services available to carry out both network
and application layer...
To ensure data and services are protected against attack, DevOps is evolving to incorporate
cybersecurity practices across the lifecycle. Organizations need to take into account the fast-moving
nature of continuous innovation, and a rapidly evolving and fragmented threat landscape: otherwise
security can get in the...
What will be the impact of the leak of investigatory documents from FinCEN - the U.S. Treasury Department's Financial Crimes Enforcement Network? For starters, experts warn that FinCEN reports may reveal sensitive information tied to banks and law enforcement agencies' investigatory tools and tactics.
A leaked database compiled by a Chinese company has suddenly become the focus of news media reports warning that it could be used as an espionage instrument by Beijing. But on closer examination, the alleged "social media warfare database" looks like public information largely scraped from social media sites.