Microsoft is warning that an exploit with the magnitude of the WannaCry attack that crippled computers worldwide two years ago could be imminent if people fail to patch a high-severity vulnerability.
Threats are evolving and security operations are becoming increasingly more complex. Without the right people, process, and technology in place, threats could be imminent. But just how complex has it become?
Before we discuss our new Banking Cybersecurity Assessment Tool designed to grade your security operational health, let's take a look at a few of that facts related to the challenges facing security professionals today.
Identifying and utilizing cybersecurity best practices is infinitely more complicated than it was a few years ago. Between constant patch updates, attacks that have never been seen before, and new compliance mandates, there’s a lot to balance while managing security operations. So, how can you ensure that your company is keeping up with the latest in cybersecurity best practices?
Social engineering is an insidious – and highly successful – method of data theft. Training users to spot social engineering attacks is the key to beating them.
A silo mentality is defined by the Business Dictionary as “a mind-set present in some companies when certain departments or sectors do not wish to share information with others in the same company.”
Although cybersecurity attacks and data breaches have become one of the biggest threats to businesses over the past several years, because cybersecurity is a relatively complex topic and a part of business that isn't directly tied to generating revenue, there’s often a disconnect between the boardroom and the IT room, resulting in cybersecurity silos.
A managed IDS/IPS service is great for those who are looking for non-stop protection against cybersecurity attacks. In a world where cybersecurity attacks can occur at any moment, it pays to have a reliable IDS/IPS service that you can trust. In this blog post, we'll discuss what features to consider when evaluating IDS/IPS solutions.
5 Reasons You Need A SIEM Solution
In recent years the business world has seen a shift in data storage and management towards the cloud. In fact, according to some studies, 57% of businesses already utilize a central cloud; and a further 24% plan to do the same.
Outsourcing cybersecurity is becoming increasingly popular as cybersecurity continues to be one of the fastest growing areas of business. The reason it’s growing so rapidly is simple - the threat of cyber attacks are increasing and it’s putting pressure on companies in almost every industry to hire cybersecurity professionals to manage the growing demand. According to Cybersecurity Ventures, there could be as many as 3.5 million unfilled cybersecurity jobs by 2021.
The cloud has become the primary environment that businesses use to store and manage data. According to a recent study, 57% of enterprises already have a central cloud team with another 24% planning one.
Because of this shift, Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) has become a common security control and it’s essential to start protecting your cloud environment with SIEM.
A Ponemon study found that the average time it takes for a business to identify a data breach is 191 days - that’s more than 6 months. Concern over the impact of successful cyber attacks is widespread, and they also found that less than half of IT security practitioners surveyed believe they can protect their organizations from cyber threats.