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Much has been said about the shadow cast by the pandemic across security teams, as well as the widespread and seismic changes it has facilitated across every part of business function. The sudden shift into remote working has been a challenging endeavour for everyone, but especially among senior management. According to the recent COVID-19 State of Remote Work Survey 2.0, OneLogin recently discovered that they in fact represent the biggest security risk to a business. Nevertheless, much...

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ransomware

Cybereason has entered into a new partnership with Intel. The two companies announced their combined plan to adopt and release new Intel Hardware Shield protections, which will further defend businesses from Ransomware attacks. Cybereason is a leader in future-ready attack protection, who aims to end cyber-attacks in an instant while Intel is known for being the world’s largest semiconductor chip manufacturer. The collaboration combines Cybereason’s multi-layered protection with Intel’s Threat Detection Technology, protecting customers from...

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One Identity Research Highlights Barriers to Adoption of Zero Trust Framework

 One Identity has found in its global survey that 37 percent of IT professionals rated rapid changes in their Active Directory (AD)/Azure Active Directory (AAD) environment as the key impact of COVID-19 on their organisation’s identity management team. The company posits that given the unique challenges of the sudden shift to remote work amidst COVID-19, businesses should look toward integrating AD/AAD with a strong privileged access management (PAM) solution in order to harness the full...

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Organisations May Fail to Prepare Employees for Cybersecurity Threats

A recent survey conducted on behalf of KnowBe4, the provider of the world’s largest security awareness training and simulated phishing platform, has found that of a thousand recently furloughed employees, 41% admitted that their company had never offered them a security awareness training course, while 14% have gone as far as to say that their employer has not taken security seriously enough.   While a quarter of organisations did implement added security measures such as...

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AT&T Cybersecurity Insights Report: Fewer than 10% of security professionals feel prepared for 5G rollout

The dawn of 5G technology is upon us and this new wireless power promises to be a superior successor to 4G networks. With more devices connecting to more data, both enterprises and the general consumer will greatly benefit from 5G’s arrival. But how ready are businesses for this new era in connectivity and how secure is 5G?   AT&T Cybersecurity has just released its tenth Cybersecurity Insights Report: 5G and the Journey to the Edge,...

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A Guide to Kubernetes Security

Organizations are bringing a variety of new technologies into their IT infrastructure as they continue to undergo their digital transformations. Many are embracing containers and Kubernetes, in particular. In a 2020 report, for instance, 56% of surveyed organizations expected their use of containers to increase within the next 12 months, wrote The Enterprisers Project. Another survey referenced in the same report found that more than three quarters (78%) of participating organizations were using Kubernetes in...

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Entersekt releases findings from State of Online Shopping Report UK

Entersekt has released results of its State of Online Shopping Report that examined the shopping habits of 1000 UK consumers since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. Carried out by Censuswide and completed on the 6th November 2020, the study looked at consumers’ shopping behaviours, priorities when shopping online, how they make their decisions on where to shop online as well as their attitudes towards security and fraud.   The report gives retailers and Financial...

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Corelight Appoints Brian Dye CEO and Michele Bettencourt as Executive Chair of the Board

Corelight, provider of the industry’s first open network detection and response (NDR) platform, announced three new leadership appointments today as the company prepares for its next phase of growth amid increasing demand for NDR and rising interest in open source security platforms, architectures and techniques. Brian Dye, formerly chief product officer, has been named chief executive officer; Michele Bettencourt, former chief executive of Imperva, has assumed the role of executive chairperson of the Corelight Board...

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emotet malware

The past few days has seen the resurgence of Emotet, a dangerous email threat vector that aims to steal sensitive and financial information. ZIX, the cybersecurity company that specialises in email security has uncovered a worrying trend that could lead to users falling victim to cybercriminals seeking to exploit the uncertainty of these precarious times by stealing money from unwitting and undersecured users. This instance of financial-stealing malware is appearing again after five months under...

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Nick Bell

IT Security Guru interviewed Nick Bell, detective superintendent and national policing director for Cyber Resilience Centres with the NPCC National Cybercrime Programme. Q1: This is the first role of its kind within policing  - why was it important to establish the role? Ans: “Policing needs to reach out across partnerships and the Cyber Resilience Centre (CRC) network brings together so much knowledge and experience across business, academia and the police to combat cybercrime and protect...

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