Cybersecurity Archives - Adaptus

Despite their size, SMB customers are absolutely a target of hackers, who are ‘making a ton of money off of your customers,’ Webroot executive Sarah Morgan tells solution providers at XChange 2019.

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This is a great article about integrating cybersecurity solutions to address multiple endpoints, which is exactly why we designed the cloud-based EZProtect antivirus to scan both Salesforce and all connected applications handling attachments (Mulesoft for example) in real-time.

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The malicious content (viruses, ransomware, malware) stays within each attachment uploaded to Salesforce and is essentially waiting to be unleashed — costing agencies millions of dollars in damages and fees. The issue is when the files are opened or forwarded to another contact for signature, what happens next.

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Voters must have confidence that the voting was fair, regardless of how much money is spent or what security controls are put in place. That makes securing election infrastructure categorically different than almost any other information security challenge today.

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A culture of blame and fear when it comes to security means end users won’t tell you if they are using an unsanctioned app, have clicked on a malicious link or have seen unusual activity until it’s too late. Security teams should empower users with a culture of personal responsibility so that they treat data security in the same way they approach other company policies like health and safety.

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The 5G race is on, and China holds an ominous advantage 5G is going to touch every company and person in the next year or two, as service providers drive new high-bandwidth offerings.  But currently, as discussed in a Beltway conference a few weeks ago – raising the anxiety of the audience – China is […]

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Researchers have devised a new attack that allows unprivileged code running on computers to steal secrets, such as cryptographic keys, that are stored in what should be protected memory regions. The attack is possible because of a known design issue with modern DRAM chips that has been exploited in the past to modify protected data. […]

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In 2011 things shifted into high gear. Enter the Stuxnet Worm. This was to become the world’s first weaponized attack. Stuxnet targeted Iran’s nuclear program, causing physical damage to their enrichment centrifuges. This was not the act of a lone hacker, prankster or script kiddie. This was the work of a Nation State.

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Shopping carts are attractive targets because they collect payment information from customers: if your malware can tap into this data stream, you have a ready-made card collection tool.

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As a company that suffered a data beach, UK newspaper Racing Post underwent its own rethink around security strategy, while also navigating three acquisitions that could potentially have been problematic if approached in the wrong way.

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