If you’re keeping even half an eye on the InfoSec news cycle, you know how big of a problem phishing is. The annual Verizon data breach found again this year that phishing was the leading way for malware to enter networks, with the average company reporting that 94% of detected malware came in via email. Thirty-two percent of confirmed breaches started with phishing, again the most common tactic. It makes sense, then, that so much security awareness content out there is focused on this threat. Some vendors make their business on it almost completely, with this trend extending to the phishing simulator emerging as a key selling point for those in the security awareness business.
We will be hosting a live webinar on Monday 10 December 2018 at 4pm CET to discuss some of the key findings in the report. Moderated by John Malpas, Publishing Director at Legal Week, the panel will be joined by Andrea Simandy, European Data Protection Attorney at Microsoft, Dora Petranyi, CEE Managing Director at CMS and Dominic Carman, Writer and Consultant, who worked with the Legal Week Intelligence team on the research and writing for the report.
Mobile operating systems (OSs) are fundamentally different from other endpoint OSs. Simply porting a security solution developed for a different platform over to mobile is inadequate and can leave your enterprise vulnerable. Effective enterprise mobile security requires a purpose-built solution that: Can protect mobile devices against known and unknown threats. Operates effectively even when an attacker controls the network.
Data security is moving to the top of the executive agenda, with companies paying more attention to what data they have, and how to protect it. Organizations are rolling out more access controls and upgrading their monitoring and assessment capabilities to best manage new regulations on the horizon. California’s passing of the California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 (CaCPA) on June 28 and adoption of a set of amendments to the law in September has proven to be a strong catalyst for a new focus on data security.