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58 unique researchers submitted more than 7,000 reports.
Economic, geopolitical and diplomatic events are becoming the driving force behind today’s cyber-threat landscape.
While the average employee might not understand something as sophisticated as software defined networking, they likely understand the function of the network and have a general understanding of the cloud.
Japan has enjoyed protection from most cybercrime because of its linguistic specificity, but that defense appears to be waning.
Two-thirds of IT staff in the energy, utilities and oil and gas industries say they have no visibility into the physical ramifications of an attack.
This week the Article 29 Working Party met to discuss the consequences following the CJEU judgment in the Schrems case for international transfers.