Enterprise Security


Why We Must Work Together to Support Our Cyber Start-ups

August 01, 2017 Added by:Bernard Parsons

With both the number and severity of cyber attacks only set to increase over the next few years, it is essential we do everything we can to support the next wave of homegrown cyber entrepreneurs, innovators and practitioners.

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How Businesses Can Bolster Security and Stop Attacks Before they Happen

August 01, 2017 Added by:Chris Schueler

Organizations will have to realize that in-house efforts often won’t be enough when fighting off hackers with attacks they’ve sourced from around the world.

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Identifying and Patching Vulnerabilities in a Post-Microsoft Security Bulletin World

July 27, 2017 Added by:Ken Hilker

Last November Microsoft warned that the Security Bulletins on Patch Tuesday would be discontinued, and they followed through on their promise with the April 2017 edition

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How Does UC in the Cloud Impact Your Security Posture?

July 20, 2017 Added by:Myk Konrad

To maintain the security posture of unified communications, enterprises must implement a holistic approach to security that extends from their infrastructure to the cloud.

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How to Prevent Ransomware and Cyberattacks

July 14, 2017 Added by:Steven Minsky

The impacts of ransomware and other breaches that exploit failures in risk management are preventable. An attack can come at any time, and failing to implement a strong prevention strategy is a recipe for disaster.

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SAP Cyber Threat Intelligence report – July 2017

July 14, 2017 Added by:Alexander Polyakov

July 2017’s set of SAP Security Notes consists of 23 patches with the majority of them rated medium.

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WannaCry: How We Created an Ideal Environment for Malware to Thrive, and How to Fix It

July 12, 2017 Added by:Jesse McKenna

How in the world did we end up with a security paradigm where a malware infection can spread so rapidly and so broadly as WannaCry did?

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NotPetya — 'Ransomware' That Spreads like a Worm

July 12, 2017 Added by:Sean Tierney

NotPetya techniques led researchers to believe the true goals of the attack was disruption rather than monetary gain.

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How Does Samba Compare to WannaCry?

July 05, 2017 Added by:Rotem Iram

Many reports are drawing comparisons between the Samba vulnerability and WannaCry, but they don't pose the same widespread risk.

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Follow the Money — Stemming Hacker Habits

June 30, 2017 Added by:Steve McGregory

Cybercriminals aren’t stopping anytime soon. Ensure you have a finger on the pulse of your network or be ready to become another notch on a hacker’s belt.

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Survey Shows Employers under Pressure to Keep Mobile Workers Safe

June 30, 2017 Added by:Vincent Geffray

According to a new report from Everbridge, 77% of employers said their employees would prioritize safety over privacy concerns when it comes to identifying their location during a critical event.

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Lax IIoT Cybersecurity: the Perfect Breeding Environment for Industroyer

June 29, 2017 Added by:Jalal Bouhdada

In meeting the challenge posed by greater levels of threats and fewer cybersecurity specialists to meet them, a shift in focus is essential.

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The Upcoming Oracle CPU: Struggling to Keep Pace with Vulnerabilities

June 28, 2017 Added by:James E. Lee

Oracle's April 2017 update was its largest CPU to date. With the next CPU landing on July 18, there’s plenty to consider.

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Malware Prevention Key to Countering Evasive Attack Techniques

June 28, 2017 Added by:Eddy Bobritsky

We can’t stay in the malware arms race by building a tool for every trick malware creators conjure up. It’s critical that we develop broadly applicable methods that frustrate their efforts by turning those tricks into defensive weapons.

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Don’t get lost in translation when managing mixed firewall estates

June 27, 2017 Added by:Avishai Wool

Professor Avishai Wool, CTO at AlgoSec, looks at how organizations can ensure all of their firewalls work together consistently and cohesively across large heterogenous networks

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Make Sure We're Using the Same Language

June 27, 2017 Added by:Jay Kelley

Punycode (a way to represent various non-ASCII characters) can be used for malicious purposes, as a Chinese researcher discovered earlier this year.

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