Six Signs You have a Great Cybersecurity Culture

Six Signs You have a Great Cybersecurity Culture

by Business Insights , on 29.01.2020

What is security culture? There’s lots of talk about how important security culture is to a security program, but security culture is a nebulous concept to attempt to define — and harder still to measure. It’s also, apparently, difficult to achieve: a survey from the IT governance professional’s organization ISACA found that nine in ten enterprises said they have a gap between the security culture they want to have and the actual culture they have in place. read more

The Future of Endpoint Security and Other Cyber Controls

The Future of Endpoint Security and Other Cyber Controls

by Silviu Stahie, from Business Insights , on 29.01.2020

From humble beginnings of protecting traditional PCs, endpoint security has evolved to protect complex systems in large organizations, safeguarding diverse environments including business-issued hardware, bring-your-own-device (BYOD) programs, and more. The latest TAG Cyber Security Annual report spots the trends in endpoint security and how they relate to cybersecurity in general. read more

MDR Is Integral to the Future of Cybersecurity

MDR Is Integral to the Future of Cybersecurity

by Silviu Stahie, from Business Insights , on 29.01.2020

Companies’ emerging need for a security solution that offers more than just limited anti-malware capability is birthing a new tool called Managed Detection and Response (MDR). This tool helps medium and small enterprises limit risk to their businesses and offload protection to a team that’s ready to tackle any threat, while keeping costs low. read more

Data Privacy Day Should Come 365 Times a Year

Data Privacy Day Should Come 365 Times a Year

by Liviu Arsene, from Business Insights , on 29.01.2020

Precisely 13 years ago, on January 28, the Council of Europe initiated European Data Protection Day to raise awareness of best practices for data protection and to help boost knowledge about personal data among organizations and individuals. read more

Average Ransomware Payment Doubles from Q3 to Q4 2019, Study Reveals

Average Ransomware Payment Doubles from Q3 to Q4 2019, Study Reveals

by Silviu Stahie, from Business Insights , on 28.01.2020

The price of a ransomware attack can be ascertained more precisely than other types of attacks, and a new study unveils the expected costs that a company incurs during such an event. read more

Researchers find potentially life-threatening flaws in seven GE Healthcare products

Researchers find potentially life-threatening flaws in seven GE Healthcare products

by Filip TRUTA, from IoT Security Insights , on 28.01.2020

Internet-connected patient monitoring systems supplied by GE Healthcare have been found vulnerable to cyber attacks. If exploited correctly, some of the bugs found in GE’s medical hardware could put actual lives in jeopardy. Discovered by a team of researchers focused on healthcare security, the flaws impact seven GE Healthcare devices designed to monitor and report ... The post Researchers find potentially life-threatening flaws in seven GE Healthcare products appeared first on Bitdefender. read more

Smaller Companies Need to Step Up Their Cyber Security Efforts

Smaller Companies Need to Step Up Their Cyber Security Efforts

by Business Insights , on 27.01.2020

Whenever we hear about major cyber security attacks such as data breaches, it’s typically larger enterprises that are the victims. That makes sense, considering those events can potentially impact a lot of people and therefore are more likely to grab headlines and garner attention. read more

Examining Risk in the Corporate Environment

Examining Risk in the Corporate Environment

by Business Insights , on 24.01.2020

Of all the possible concerns global businesses can have, cyber security threats are at the top of the list, according to recent research by insurance firm The Travelers Companies. read more

What’s at play with smart toys

What’s at play with smart toys

by Cristina POPOV, from IoT Security Insights , on 23.01.2020

For children raised with technology, smart toys are just the new normal. More and more dolls, teddy bears, action heroes and robots have internet connectivity so they can talk, respond and play new games every day. The global connected toys market is expected to more than double in size, from USD 5.7 billion in 2019 ... The post What's at play with smart toys appeared first on Bitdefender. read more

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