Cybersafety stories - Page 2
How can businesses prepare for ransomware?
To prevent attacks, organisations should apply preventive security controls that reduce the attack surface and test those controls against a ransomware attack scenario.
From ransomware to RansomOps: Why the ‘new kid on the block’ spells trouble for the unprepared enterprise
When teams have a clear view of all assets and treat them equally, then they are much closer to stopping attacks in their tracks.
Hackers have evolved since COVID-19 but have cyber-defences kept pace?
It is critical to understand how effective each security product is in stopping the new tactics that the hackers have been using since COVID-19.
Anatomy of a supply chain attack: how to accelerate incident response and threat hunting
Supply chain attacks show no sign of slowing down. But the right combination of platforms can help organisations get ahead of the threat.
OT vulnerabilities grew significantly in 2021 — report
The spike in new threats is putting vital critical infrastructure at risk, according to Skybox Security.
Where should zero trust end?
With the push to zero trust, we have a rare opportunity to fix today’s pressing cybersecurity issues and build a better model of thinking about cybersecurity.
Ethical hacking in Aotearoa: How can it benefit cybersecurity in NZ?
Negative connotations have traditionally been applied to the term 'hacking'. But with cyber-threats ramping up, things are changing fast — and CISOs can't afford to keep the status quo.
Email: Still the number one threat vector
Just as cyber-criminals are ever honing their methods to increase their chances of success, so must security teams.
Video: 10 Minute IT Jams - Mimecast exec on the threat of ransomware
In this interview, Garrett discusses the question of whether or not to pay ransoms, and explains why it's the biggest cybersecurity threat of our time.
Why phishing is a bigger threat than ransomware
Preventing today’s increasingly dynamic phishing attempts requires next-generation ‘on-device’ web security that can block phishing sites.
The network effect and the search for resilient email security
Not only is email everywhere, but it is ‘built-in’ to our lives as a required mode of communication for too many activities to name.
Video: 10 Minute IT Jams - Who is Darktrace?
Darktrace is a cybersecurity company, specialising in AI-powered cyber-defence.
Secureworks appoints Wendy Thomas as president and CEO
Thomas moves into the CEO role after serving as president of customer success. She has also held roles in finance, strategy, and product at the company.
Video: 10 Minute IT Jams - StarWind engineer on the optimal disaster recovery approach
In today's interview, StarWind solutions engineer Orest Lesyuk discusses disaster recovery, ransomware, and how StarWind's solutions stand out.
Video: 10 Minute IT Jams - Who is Tanium?
Tanium is a cybersecurity and systems management company that helps organisations manage and protect their mission-critical networks.
Seven key principles behind a robust cybersecurity practice
Here are seven critical questions that TSPs should ask of their cybersecurity practice to help protect customers.
HackerOne unveils sweeping product expansion, including vulnerability ranking table
“We’re looking forward to seeing how customers use the valuable data provided by our hackers to inform security programs within their organisations.”
The three Rs of visibility for any cloud journey
Network-based telemetry is an essential component in securing the move to the cloud, writes Gigamon CTO Shehzad Merchant.
How Self-Learning AI is changing the paradigm of endpoint security
Self-Learning AI is set to change the game for endpoint security – detecting the novel and sophisticated attacks that cause so much disruption today.
The importance of securing cloud deployments with the right services
It’s important to choose a partner that can recommend fit-for-purpose solutions developed specifically for the organisation’s unique requirements.
Ransomware shows why we need a bipartisan federal cybersecurity policy
Ransomware is the wake-up call, but the main event is quantum computing. We need to be ready, writes Senetas CEO and Votiro director Andrew Wilson.
Attivo Networks launches credential-cloaking tool to deter data thieves
The tool is part of Attivo’s Endpoint Detection Net suite, and is aimed at enabling organisations to hide credentials from would-be attackers and their tools.
What to know when considering zero trust digital transformation
The security landscape is constantly changing, but SASE can help organisations tackle countless security challenges.
Wake-up call required to defend APAC’s critical national infrastructure
Cyber-attacks across the Asia Pacific region have grown in sophistication and prevalence, and require effective incident response mechanisms to combat them.