cybersecurity Archives - Adaptus
data

For real change to take place, businesses and consumers alike need to understand the value of data.

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2019 trends

The New Year has arrived and there’s no better way to start than by going through the past and learning from the experiences small and medium-sized businesses have had. Reports suggest that nearly 70 percent of SMBs have faced cyberattacks like phishing and web-based attacks.

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Welcome to Part 3, of "3 Compelling Reasons to Invest in Cyber Security".  In Part 1, I discussed assessing and prioritizing your organization's risks as well as commencing a risk assessment.  Part 2 involved the importance of assessing your organization's supply chain and including such details within the overall risk assessment.

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The push to move everything into the cloud over the past several years has generated a large number of misconfigured and exposed deployments of various software stacks. This has attracted sophisticated attacks that destroy data or abuse server resources for cryptocurrency mining.

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report

The Cybersecurity Strategy Report released on December 7 sidesteps the crises du jour by taking a bigger picture, practical and non-partisan view of what’s going wrong and how to fix things. It seeks to articulate how “traditional information technology (IT) strategies seem largely ineffective at stemming the growing tide of cybersecurity incidents.”

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7 signs of insider threats

Why do insiders attack? Usually it will be for financial gain. Either someone is offering money for certain information, or they believe they can sell it online. Sometimes the motive will be revenge for a slight against them. It may be in retaliation for receiving a warning or disciplinary action or poor performance review, being passed up for a promotion or project, disagreements around salaries of bonuses, or being laid off. Sometimes it will be for a career benefit, for example taking contact details for customers or valuable intellectual property (IP) to a new employer.

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predictions

The good news: advanced security technologies are constantly being brought to market. The not-so-good news: threat actors are not letting that get in the way; witness more intensified and ever more sophisticated attacks.

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travel-by-plane

A little over three-quarters (77 percent) of workers say they connect to free or public WiFi while during travel. Some 63 percent will use public WiFi to access work emails and files. Those are just a couple top line findings from a chilling (if predictable) new digital security survey conducted by threat management company ObserveIT. The survey included […]

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cyber puzzle

"When you have an enterprise that needs to secure data, you're leveraging these consumer devices that were never meant to be secured in the first place."

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Brynjolfsson

The digital economy is set to unlock tremendous economic value for countries over time. But a common setback for the use of various new technologies is their vulnerability to hackers. That's because companies and individuals are not taking cybersecurity seriously, according to Erik Brynjolfsson, director at the MIT Initiative on the Digital Economy and a professor at MIT Sloan School

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