Cybersecurity: the motivation behind cyber-hacks

August 4, 2019

Cyber-attacks are becoming more sophisticated all the time, with cyber hackers coming up with new and determined methods of threat that are increasingly difficult to detect, making attacks more dangerous than ever before. Statistics show that cybercrime is on the rise around the world. It’s estimated that by 2021 the annual cost of damages from cybercrime will cost the world $6 trillion. That’s a significant jump from $3 trillion in 2015, with cyber-attacks now one of the most serious threats to any business.

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List of Cyber Attacks May 2021

Infographic | June 11, 2021

Do you know what is the most problematic element of cyber security? Yes, it is the constantly evolving nature of cyber attacks. A cyber attack refers to an attack executed from a computer against a computer system or individual computer that compromises the confidentiality, integrity, or availability (CIA) of the information stored on it.

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Infographic: What’s next in AI-powered cyber response?

Infographic | July 13, 2021

AI has been touted to be a game-changer for cybersecurity. It can analyse threats; rapidly detect anomalies; and filter through the thousands of security alerts organisations receive in a day. Singapore is already planning on using AI to secure its 5G networks. But AI is a resource, not a replacement. It has to be supported by the intuition of well-trained security analysts, automation, and a consolidated view of the organisation’s IT environment. Cybersecurity experts from Tanium break down how AI is speeding up cyber response, and how organisations can make the most of the tech.

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Necessity of a Data Loss Prevention Strategy for Businesses

Infographic | February 9, 2022

A Data Loss Prevention (DLP) strategy is essential to protect sensitive data. Data loss prevention tools and software are designed to constantly monitor and filter data in real-time. In addition to dealing with the data being used, stored and transmitted within the network, data loss prevention applications ensure no harmful outside data is entering the company network.

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The Booming Information Security Industry

Infographic | August 26, 2021

The information security industry is expected to exhibit tremendous growth in 2021. The key drivers of this growth are increased spending on cybersecurity services and the rising demand for cloud security. According to Gartner, the 2021 information security and risk management spending is anticipated to grow almost 2X from the previous year.

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Infographic: Is Your Software Vulnerable to Cybercrime

Infographic | February 13, 2020

Third-party support and self-maintenance can’t protect youthe real solution is at the source. Don’t be fooled by third-party support providers and self-maintenance security methods. Security patching is essential for securing enterprise software, including Oracle’s. If you don’t own the code, you can’t access or update it. That leaves your software open to attack and your business open to risk.

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Data Loss Prevention Best Practices

Infographic | March 16, 2022

Every organization, regardless of size or industry, needs a data loss prevention (DLP) strategy to prevent data from being improperly accessed or deleted.

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The Government Technology Agency of Singapore (GovTech) aims to transform the delivery of Government digital services by taking an "outside-in" view, putting citizens and businesses at the heart of everything we do. We also develop the Smart Nation infrastructure and applications and facilitate collaboration with citizens and businesses to co-develop technologies.

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