To sustain, build, or even transform your business, you need to know the technology assets that drive it. And if your job is to track these assets, you need a clearer and broader picture of everything you have. A myopic view of assets in pockets of your business won’t help in the long run.
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Calls are growing for an investigation into how commercial Pegasus spyware developed by Israel's NSO Group gets sold to autocratic governments and used to target journalists, lawyers, human rights advocates and others, with some lawmakers saying "the hacking-for-hire industry must be brought under control."
Cyber attacks on critical infrastructure are on the rise. A recent survey found that 9 out of 10 OT organizations experienced at least one intrusion in the past year.
Read the solution brief to learn:
Why operational technology endpoints are vulnerable
How FortiEDR addresses challenges of OT environments
With traditional endpoint security solutions, it’s not a matter of if a security breach happens, but when. These EDR solutions not only lack the ability to keep pace with modern threats, but come with hidden costs that drain budgets and slow operations.
Intelligence-Driven Threat Detection is Critical to Risk Mitigation and Management
Many organizations have invested in improving their threat detection capabilities over the past two years and express increased confidence in their ability to stop threats that have penetrated the network perimeter. However, these...
Ransomware is a low risk, high reward opportunity for criminals. The number and sophistication of ransomware attacks have increased significantly. And given the increasing value of business data and functioning IT systems, this threat will only continue to grow.
Traditional approaches to mitigating ransomware need...
Zero Trust, Firmware in the Supply Chain, and the Demand for Device Integrity
What does the Executive Order on Cybersecurity mean for security teams tasked with protecting endpoints, servers, and network devices? Download this report from Eclypsium to learn new Zero Trust requirements, their implications for device...
Federal agencies invest in technology today to drive their ventures forward, not just to streamline back-office processes. At the same time as ensuring security, CISOs are directing the adoption of diverse new technologies that increase enterprise speed and flexibility – critical components to gaining a competitive...
Australian spies should be allowed to take offensive action against some of the world's most prominent ransomware gangs, says Tim Watts, a member of Australia's Parliament who says the move, proposed under the Labor Party's push for a national ransomware strategy, would deter attackers.
XDR - cross-layered detection and response - should be implemented exclusively in the cloud or on premises, says Jason Cavallaro, national IT manager at CJD Equipment, a distributor of construction equipment in Australia.
This guide offers examples, recommendations and advice to ensure you stay unaffected by the constantly evolving ransomware menace.
Download the guide and learn about:
Planning for a ransomware incident;
Responding to a ransomware incident;
Prevention: reducing your attack surface.
Tool sprawl is a symptom, and complexity is cybersecurity’s chronic illness. Ashok Sankar of ReliaQuest shares ways to manage this complexity and help organizations rethink how they deploy and measure their cybersecurity defenses.
The finish line for every IT security team is Breach Defense: keeping attackers from accessing devices and data. But there is never enough time to respond to every alert, you can’t be an expert on every threat, and simply understanding what has happened, or should have happened across your security tools can take...
In practice, the zero trust model is typically implemented in
the form of security policies, whether via microsegmentation,
Web Gateways, or least-privilege access control. In this
connection, it is often associated with the Secure Access
Service Edge (SASE), SD-WAN, and other security and