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#Halloween Horrors: The Scariest Security Threats Affecting Businesses

#Halloween Horrors: The Scariest Security Threats Affecting Businesses

Picking apart the frightening from the foolish security threats, and what security bods should watch out for and how they can protect themselves.

Why Cybersecurity Awareness Must be a Boardroom issue

Why Cybersecurity Awareness Must be a Boardroom issue

Board members must be made to understand that comprehensive cybersecurity training for all staff is essential for effective cyber-defense.

Bad Rabbit Burrowing Into Networks

Bad Rabbit Burrowing Into Networks

Bad Rabbit is an example of how a small variant is enough to have similar effects comparable to previous scenarios.

Cybersecurity and the CFO: Risk, Responsibility and Resilience

Cybersecurity and the CFO: Risk, Responsibility and Resilience

You likely know what keeps your fellow executives up at night as well. But what about your organization’s cybersecurity team?

Solving the Problem of Storing Passwords

Solving the Problem of Storing Passwords

Keeping every user’s password in a plain text file is too risky; another line of defense is needed.

Detect Active Compromises to Boost Cybersecurity

Detect Active Compromises to Boost Cybersecurity

Your IDR program must include a formal chain of command for response and crisis communications.

Code Signing in the Age of Cloud and IoT

Code Signing in the Age of Cloud and IoT

Code signing is the key to unlocking the IoT’s true potential, ensuring security and safety are embedded in every device.

Top Thoughts for GDPR Third-Party Management

Top Thoughts for GDPR Third-Party Management

While you are working diligently to help ensure your own organization is compliant with GDPR, your organization is explicitly responsible for the readiness and conduct of the third parties that store or process your EU citizen’s personal information.

Automation is Not Enough to Solve the Cybersecurity Skills Gap

Automation is Not Enough to Solve the Cybersecurity Skills Gap

The blending of humans and automation is going to become increasingly necessary in the world of cybersecurity,

Simple Social Login for Users and Attackers

Simple Social Login for Users and Attackers

Social login providers could dramatically improve security for themselves and site operators by applying for social logins the same security and validation tools they apply on their own login pages and account creations.

Post Equifax Plea: Change Your Software Security Practices or Be Damned (Again)

Post Equifax Plea: Change Your Software Security Practices or Be Damned (Again)

Anyone looking to identify a fixable vulnerability or single out a culprit inside of Equifax to explain this breach is missing the bigger picture.

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