If anything is certain in cybersecurity, it's the fact that email is still the #1 advanced threat vector and more than 90% of targeted attacks start with email. Someone, somewhere in your organization is going to click on something malicious. Here's how to prevent that kind of event from leading to a full-blown breach. Reduce the Email Attack Surface Configuring email gateways and other email protection solutions correctly is the first step toward reducing the email attack surface. Settings.
‘Tis the season for budget planning. With 2019 coming to a close, you may be scrambling to put together a coherent proposal for 2020. And if you’re lucky, you may have some leftover budget that you need to spend wisely. Focal Points for 2020 Budgets Analyst firm IDC forecasts a 10% increase in spending around security analytics and SIEM solutions, as well as more than a 10% increase in cyber threat intelligence. Automated continuous security testing, performed using breach and attack.
Why are advanced persistent threats a concern for large and mid-size enterprises? And how can they defend against them? Formerly the concern of only mammoth-size enterprises and government bodies, advanced persistent threats (APTs) are now also a source of alarm for midsized companies targeted for their fewer cyber security resources. And while the stereotypical APT is launched for political or intelligence gains, APT groups have been confirmed to act out of financial motives, as well,.
Cybersecurity consumes a significant share of organizational budgets. As some of the most trusted brands experienced data breaches over the past 2 years—including Intel, Yahoo, Macy's, Adidas, Sears, Delta Airlines and Best Buy to name a few, companies are wondering if they are next in line, and if they are spending enough to protect their data, users, brands, and business continuity. They're already paying a lot. The online publication CSO partnered with the CERT Division of Software.
Supply chain cyberattacks are increasing as companies outsource a growing number of services. Today, your enterprise is more likely than ever to have third parties touching sensitive data. Even when your security controls are robust, an attacker can breach a weaker network—like the network of one of your suppliers, service providers, or partners—and use it as an indirect route into your network. In 2018, many highly publicized breaches were the result of supply-chain attacks: Atrium.
You just signed on as CISO. Congratulations. Now you can expect to be deluged with security emergencies and unresolved issues from your predecessor while you're getting to know and building credibility with your team. Meanwhile, cyberattackers are still pounding at the door. All of these immediate pressures are important, but optimizing organization-wide security is why you were hired. Here are four steps that will help you identify security priorities and appropriate remediation steps, so you.
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