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Nozomi Networks Wins Award for OT & IoT Cybersecurity Innovation

Nozomi Networks Inc. is proud to announce it has won the Market Leader: Operational Technology (OT) & Internet of Things (IoT) Cybersecurity award from Cyber Defense Magazine (CDM).   “We’re thrilled to receive this coveted cybersecurity award from Cyber Defense Magazine,” said Nozomi Networks CEO Edgard Capdevielle. “It’s an honour to be recognised not only for the industry’s most advanced solutions in OT visibility and security, but also for the innovative work we are doing...

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Internet screen security protection

Securonix, Inc. today announced the launch of the Securonix Analytics Sandbox capability, which provides an isolated test or QA environment within the production setup. This enables security operations teams to test, tune, and validate new use cases prior to pushing them to live production.   “Security operations teams are in a catch 22 - they must update use cases rapidly to stay ahead of evolving threats, but must do so in a way that does not...

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MGM hotel guests face data leak

10.6 million people who had stayed at MGM Resorts have had their personal data published on a hacking forum, it was revealed this week. According to ZD Net the leaked personal data included names, addresses, phone numbers, emails and dates of birth. It is thought that the recent breach stems from an earlier incident which occurred last year, whereby unauthorised actors were able to access MGM’s internal cloud and therefore the personal information of previous...

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With cyber threats in continuous evolution, now more than ever do we need new ideas, new products, new protective measures to defend individuals and organisations, public and private, from cyber attacks. To help academics commercialise their ideas, CyberASAP (Cybersecurity Academic Startup Accelerator Project), funded by DCMS in collaboration with Innovate UK & KTN, has created a programme that has, since its launch four years ago, helped over 50 academic teams progress their ideas from lab...

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San Francisco view

With one of the most anticipated cybersecurity events of the year just around the corner, we thought to help you navigate around the 700 exhibiting vendors we’d highlight some of what a handful of those companies will be talking at the show. ‘The Human Element’ is the theme of RSA Conference 2020, but there is also a lot of noise around issues and challenges surrounding election security, open source tools, product security and anti-fraud. So, what...

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Corin Imai, senior security advisor at DomainTools:  “Cybercriminal operations thrive off the kind of data that this database left exposed: sensitive personal identifiable information can be sold online and exploited in all sorts of subsequent campaigns. Fortunately, security researchers promptly brought the misconfiguration to the attention of Estee Lauder, who quickly secured the database. Although there is no evidence that data was stolen, people potentially affected should be weary of any email they receive that requests...

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Compiling data drawn from surveys sent out to more than a thousand IT and IT security practitioners within the UK and US, the Ponemon Institute, in collaboration with DomainTools, have recently published their insights in the report titled “Staffing the IT Security Function in the Age of Automation”. Will automation shrink IT security functions' headcount? According to the report, more than half of the respondents (51%) believe that automation will lead to a loss of...

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New research has revealed 83 percent of IT security professionals feel more overworked going into 2020 than they were at the beginning of 2019, according to a Tripwire survey. The research, which was in partnership with Dimensional Research, examined how organisations and security pros are coping under the strains of the skills gap. Having surveyed 342 IT security professionals it was also found that 82 percent of security pros felt that their teams were understaffed....

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Bulletproof Loro

Bulletproof has released its Annual Cybersecurity Industry Report that shows that half of the most pervasive of critical flaws - which offer hackers an easy route into an organisation – are down to outdated components, such as unpatched or unsupported software. However, this number has jumped significantly from 22%  over the previous year, indicating a widespread negligence when it comes to organisations’ cybersecurity practices. One of the most shocking findings was that cyber criminals continue to...

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Data Protection on Red Puzzle.

Privacy Day, or Data Protection Day in Europe, was instituted to raise awareness on the importance of upholding data protection best practice. The recent institution of privacy regulations such as GDPR and CCPA made organisations reflect on how they store and use consumers' personal information across the board, marking a significant milestone in the way data is handled in the digital era. Here's what experts had to say: Corin Imai, Senior Security Advisor at DomainTools:...

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