Top 5 Reasons Hackers Want Your Employees’ Mobile Devices

Zimperium

While most organizations are realizing that they need to protect their employees’ mobile devices in order to protect confidential corporate data, some companies try to remain blissfully naive to the hacking opportunities smartphones and tablets present. Given the ever-growing use of mobile devices and the number of mobile cyberattacks, companies can no longer plead ignorance to these mobile threats.
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The Dell EMC VxRail™ hyperconverged infrastructure appliance provides the foundation for a resilient, adaptive cybersecurity strategy. According to Risk Based Security, a security analytics company, more than 5,000 publicly-disclosed data breaches occurred in 2017, with nearly 8 billion records exposed. Governing bodies around the world are implementing sweeping regulations to force enterprises to be accountable for protecting customer data on their systems.

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How to Spot a Phishing Email – 5 Signs to Look Out For

MediaPRO

This attempt went on to ask why the sender wouldn’t pay an “invoice” attached to the email. Our IT staff later confirmed this attachment carried a ransomware payload. Like the confusing influx of different Oreo flavors in recent years (cotton candy Oreos, really?), the variety of phishing email attempts has blossomed. The “shock and awe” method described above is not a new tactic, though the use of vulgarity seems to be a relatively new variation. Fake shipping confirmations. Tax-related W-2 requests. Emails requesting password resets for social media accounts, online banking, you name it. These are just a few ways scammers use social engineering to bypass technological safeguards and compromise sensitive data.
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How to Remain Secure, Protect Data, and Stay Compliant in the Face of End of Life Operating Systems

Carbon Black

The ever-changing threat landscape continues to challenge businesses who attempt to protect critical data, improve security posture, and remain compliant. That challenge is intensified when adding the constant risk of operating systems going end of life and pushing endpoints out of compliance against many modern data security laws, regulations, and compliance policies. The risk is too great and businesses can no longer afford to take a passive stance when it comes to maintaining system endpoints and ensuring that vulnerabilities are in check.
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Security Analytics: How to Identify True Risks to Your Data

Imperva

The exponential growth of users, apps, and data has led to an increase in legitimate data access, complicating the task of determining whether data access is appropriate. Traditional security approaches tend to lock things down and limit data usage by deploying broad sets of security policies. Companies that take this approach, however, are still suffering from data breaches. In the meantime, security teams are often overwhelmed with a significant amount of alerts that don’t provide actionable insights.
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Cyber Security for Ports and Terminals Webinar

ABS Advanced Solutions

With the recent increase in cyber-attacks on maritime ports and terminals worldwide, more focus is being placed on strategies to reduce cyber risk at maritime facilities. So what does a U.S. Coast Guard compliant cyber security Facility Security Plan (FSP) look like? In 30-minute On-Demand webinars, Captain Dave Nichols, USCG (ret.) Director, Business Development ABS Advanced Solutions ans Cris DeWitt Senior Technical Advisor ABS will provide an overview on maritime facilities with a particular focus on ISPS Regulated Facilities and how the various policies, guidance, and regulations are interconnected. Specific areas being discussed are what the expectations should be for ISPS Regulated Facilities and how proper Cyber Risk.
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Spotlight

The Dell EMC VxRail™ hyperconverged infrastructure appliance provides the foundation for a resilient, adaptive cybersecurity strategy. According to Risk Based Security, a security analytics company, more than 5,000 publicly-disclosed data breaches occurred in 2017, with nearly 8 billion records exposed. Governing bodies around the world are implementing sweeping regulations to force enterprises to be accountable for protecting customer data on their systems.

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