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Attack Landscape H1 2017
Cyber security has evolved into a pressing global issue that now demands attention in the media, the halls of government and in the boardroom. And as awareness of the issue is changing, the threat landscape is changing even faster.
The first half of 2017 has seen its share of notable events peppering the trend lines. Most significantly, the high profile leak of stolen NSA exploits enabled the creation of ransomware worms that …
Demystifying Vulnerability Management
All companies connected to the internet are vulnerable to cyber-attacks. And the potential losses are significant. With increased scrutiny placed upon managing potential cyber security risks, it’s more important than ever to implement a robust vulnerability management program. This report discusses different aspects to vulnerability management from the perspective of a Chief Information Security Officer (CISO).
Proactive on-host protection against new and emerging threats
The case for proactive behavioral analysis
One of the most demanding challenges security programs have had to address in the last few years has been the increasing diversification of attack vectors through which malware can arrive onto a host machine, especially as more applications, networks and services become hosted on or accessible over the Internet.
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Where the Wires End- WIFI consumer opinions and habits
With more devices on the planet than people, it goes without saying that wireless is no longer a bonus – it’s a necessity. By the end of 2015, Gartner expects 4.9 billion connected things to saturate the market (up 30 percent from 2014). By 2020, that number jumps to 25 billion. Today, users expect to connect wirelessly – and they expect this ability everywhere. Millions of new wireless devices are activated daily, and…
Cyber Dwell Time and Lateral Movement
In 1971, Ray Tomlinson, a young engineer at what is nowRaytheon BBN Technologies, introduced the ubiquitous “@” symbol and changed communication, as we know it. The launch of email, the expansion of networking and data sharing, along with the introduction of the domain name system has created technological, innovative opportunities for individuals, businesses, and governments worldwide.
Business Service Efficiency
Energy costs continue to take up a significant portion IT budgets, and it seems that there is no end in sight. According to Gartner, “The underlying consumption of energy in large data centers to power and cool hardware infrastructure is likely to increase steadily during the next 10 years. This scenario is likely because of the increase in energy consumption of processors, servers, storage devices, and network-type appliances.” Many companies are already seeing their energy costs escalate.