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By Stephen Dallas, EMEA Partner Director at A10 Networks The cloud is a vital part of any enterprise infrastructure. The convenience of having a database that can be accessed from any location has dramatically improved efficiency within workforces. While many companies had previously been afraid of making the move, as the open nature of the cloud makes it less secure than on-premise solutions, new advances in cloud security have vastly reduced the number of successful...

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BlackBerry Survey Finds Consumers Don’t Trust Connected Devices To Keep Data Safe And Secure.

BlackBerry Limited (NYSE: BB; TSX: BB) today announced new survey findings on consumer attitudes and behaviours toward security, trust and privacy, particularly when it comes to purchasing and using smart, connected ‘things’ which includes cars, drones, health monitors, TVs, security cameras, smart speakers and more. Conducted in the past 30 days, the survey commissioned by BlackBerry found that approximately 80% of respondents in the United States, United Kingdom and Canada do not trust their current...

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Looking Over The Horizon: What Does Cybersecurity Have In Store For 2019?

by Tom Kellermann, Chief Cybersecurity Officer, Carbon Black In every intelligence industry there’s often a central aim: predicting the future. We collect and analyse, dissect and interpret, looking for that essential nugget that will give us the edge over our adversaries by indicating what they’ll do next. While this activity goes on 24/7/365, the end of the year encourages us to go public with forecasts to help navigate the choppy waters on the horizon. This...

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Top Cybersecurity Trends & Predictions For 2019 From Adrian Jones, Swivel Secure.

“Startling and continued growth is what we can expect to see for the rest of the year and into 2019, balanced with a shocking increase in hacking (both criminal and industrial). Sadly, this will further highlight the increasing divide between the “have and have nots” in terms of cyber security policies and investment.” -- “New innovations like, Artificial Intelligence (AI) will drive new automated tools and techniques for both the hacker and the defender. “Big...

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ThreatConnect Research Team: The Inability To Evolve Is The Biggest Cybersecurity Threat To 2019: There isn’t one specific threat that could be deemed the “biggest” in 2019. That said, although adversaries rapidly evolve, the same isn’t necessarily true for their targets making them a big threat to businesses. It seems that every year, we, as an industry, work to improve cyber hygiene and educate our staff, and advance our tools, but that it is proving...

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Attempted ID Fraud Increased 22 Percent Worldwide During 2018 Black Friday/Cyber Monday Stretch.

New data from Jumio, the leading AI-powered trusted identity as a service provider, reveals that online ID fraud attempts on government-issued IDs increased 22 percent worldwide during the 2018 Black Friday to Cyber Monday period compared to the non-holiday average. Surprisingly, attempted ID fraud perpetrated during the online identity verification stage, involving passports, driver’s licenses or ID cards, hit a five-year high, increasing 109 percent in 2018 from 2014. In the second edition of Jumio’s...

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Have Yourself A Merry AI Christmas.

· Only 20% of people say they would trust AI to help them run their perfect Christmas Day · Yet 84% are already planning on using AI-powered technologies this holiday season New research from Accenture finds that artificial intelligence (AI) will play a role in Christmas for 84 per cent of people this year. The survey of 2,000 people in the UK found almost two thirds (60 per cent) don’t realise they will be using...

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By Chris Sherry, Regional Director, UKI and Northern Europe at ForeScout It doesn’t matter what industry organisations work within, cyber security has never been higher on their agenda. According to research from Beaming, UK businesses are attacked every 2.5 minutes, equalling 52,596 attacks every single quarter. This barrage of attack is unparalleled and rightly strikes fear into the heart of business owners up and down the country. But, what if bad actors become less concerned...

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Fujitsu EMEIA’s VP Of Enterprise Cyber Security – Rob Norris – Shares His Cyber Security Predictions For 2019.

With breaches hitting our headlines almost on a daily basis, be it public or private, small or large, every organisation in the digital age has become vulnerable to an attack. As attackers always have the initiative, even the best-run company could suffer from a hack or data theft and 2018 has continued to make that very clear. According to Rob Norris, VP of Enterprise Cyber Security, Fujitsu EMEIA: “We always anticipated that 2018 was going...

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Why Other Hotel Chains Could Fall Victim To A ‘Marriott-style’ Data Breach.

Written by Bernard Parsons, CEO, Becrypt Whilst I am sure more details behind the Marriott data breach will slowly come to light over the coming months, there is already plenty to reflect on given the initial disclosures and accompanying hypotheses. With the prospects of regulatory fines and lawsuits looming, assimilating the sheer magnitude of the numbers involved is naturally alarming. Up to 500 million records containing personal and potentially financial information is quite staggering. In...

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