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HackerOne launches Gold Standard Safe Harbour statement
Thu, 17th Nov 2022
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The GSSH is a short, broad, easily-understood safe harbour statement that’s simple for customers to adopt, HackerOne states.
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OpenText survey finds SMBs sweet spot for ransomware attacks
Thu, 10th Nov 2022
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Findings show growing concern about ransomware attacks, the impact of geopolitical tensions and rising inflation rates.
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Data loss prevention market to reach $12 billion by 2027
Tue, 1st Nov 2022
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cloud
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dlp
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r&d
Rising compliance and regulatory requirements across the globe are the key factors driving the growth of the Data Loss Prevention market. 
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Pinnacle cyber attack: Beware of suspicious emails, messages and bank activity - Deputy Privacy Commissioner
Mon, 17th Oct 2022
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The Privacy Commission is advising victims of the Pinnacle hack to be wary of any suspicious cellphone communication or bank activity.
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Zero-day attacks climb as hackers get more sophisticated
Mon, 18th Jul 2022
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malware
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Hackers are moving fast to exploit security vulnerabilities. There was a surge in widespread zero-day attacks last year, with the average time to exploitation down from 42 days in 2020 to just 12 days in 2021. 
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Companies rushing to secure print infrastructure
Wed, 11th May 2022
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printing
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cybersecurity
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it infrastructure
As the pandemic prioritised communication channels and the shift to remote work, IT departments fell behind in updating the security of print and IT infrastructure.
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Native technologies used in Russia-Ukraine cyber attacks
Thu, 24th Mar 2022
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ddos
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application security
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The conflict between Russia and Ukraine is raging not only in the physical realm, but also on the cyber front.
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Cyberattacks on governments beyond Ukraine surge by 21% - Check Point
Thu, 17th Mar 2022
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email security
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Check Point Research provides updates on cyberattack trends observed during the Russia-Ukraine conflict. 
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How incident responders fight infotech fires
Wed, 16th Feb 2022
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staff shortage
When systems fail, or hackers strike, incident responders represent an organisation’s first line of defence.
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How to make a business ‘invisible’ to hackers
Wed, 9th Feb 2022
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cybersecurity
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business
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Critical to every organisation is how to stop a cyber-security breach AND the damage it causes and do so within available budgets.
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Why cyber crime will continue to flourish in 2022
Tue, 11th Jan 2022
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Cybercrime flourished in 2021, and there are no signs that it will slow down in 2022. There are several factors behind this high-confidence prediction.
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Forcepoint reveals the top 5 cybersecurity trends to watch out for in 2022
Wed, 22nd Dec 2021
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From prevention to jacking, we look at the top enterprise cyber secuerity trends to investigate.
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Webinar: Sophos explains how to break a hacker's heart and ruin their day
Mon, 27th Sep 2021
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network security
Hackers' actions can bring down businesses, infrastructure, and even entire countries. But what if they could no longer do any of these things?
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HP finds remote work is creating a growing cybersecurity risk
Tue, 18th May 2021
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cloud security
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HP has released a security report finding remote work is creating a growing cybersecurity risk.
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The business case for an in-house ethical hacker
Wed, 28th Oct 2020
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cybersecurity
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cybersafety
Ethical hackers, also known as penetration testers or white-hat hackers, mimic the techniques used by malicious hackers to try and break into computer systems and discover vulnerabilities before the bad guys can exploit them.
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Revealed: Imperva publishes research on decade old botnet, responsible for millions of attacks
Tue, 27th Oct 2020
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Imperva Research Labs has revealed findings of a six-month intensive investigation into a botnet that has been exploiting CMS vulnerabilities.
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HackerOne hits $100M milestone with bug bounties
Thu, 28th May 2020
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“We have arrived at the point in history where you are ignorant and negligent if you do not have a way to receive useful input from ethical hackers."
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PUBG Mobile cracks down on dirty cheaters
Tue, 3rd Mar 2020
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online gaming
Players will be able to use the Death Replay to see how they were killed from their opponent’s perspective.
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Australian women-focusd hackathon #SheHacks expands across Victoria
Fri, 28th Feb 2020
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"We want to make Australia the best place in the world for women to build and scale a startup. #SheHacks is the perfect starting point for any woman wanting to create something great."
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Want $10,000? Unisys tempts hackers at San Francisco event
Thu, 27th Feb 2020
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cybersecurity
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unisys
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Participants will try to compromise a target system protected by Stealth, Unisys’ encrypted, identity-based microsegmentation solution.
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Huge growth in malware connected to popular musicians - Kaspersky
Fri, 31st Jan 2020
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malware
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Cybercriminals are actively abusing the names of artists and songs nominated for a Grammy 2020 award, in order to spread malware.
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Get ready to take the red pill: The Matrix is coming back
Wed, 21st Aug 2019
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film
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film production
“As you can see, we've had our eye on you for some time now, Mr. Anderson..."
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Cyber criminals targeting the gaming industry at an alarming rate
Fri, 14th Jun 2019
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New research from Akamai shows the gaming community is quickly becoming one of the most highly targeted industries for cyber attacks, with hackers largely driven by gaining consumer credentials.
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Hackers increasingly ‘island hopping’ – so what does it mean?
Tue, 14th May 2019
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carbon black
Carbon Black's Rick McElroy discusses this new trend and what it means for the new age of cybercrime.
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