2020 was an unprecedented year for security teams amid the global health crisis. The threat landscape continues to evolve as malicious actors quickly adapt to the changing environment and are finding new ways to exploit your vulnerabilities.
It is now more critical than ever to protect your workforce at the...
VMware Carbon Black Named a Leader in The Forrester Wave™: Endpoint Security Software As A Service, Q2 2021
In The Forrester Wave™: Endpoint Security Software As A Service, Q2 2021, VMware Carbon Black Cloud was named a Leader. To learn more about why we were recognized as a Leader in endpoint security...
By some estimates, the managed security services business is expected to grow by 50% between 2020 and 2025. And a huge part of that growth will by XDR, says Colin O'Connor, COO of ReliaQuest. He explains why XDR is far more than just vendor hype.
Given that budgets and time are finite, how can organizations best identify if their information security strategy is well balanced and appropriate? Nandhini Duraisamy, chief operating officer of Quadron Cybersecurity Services, shares best practices.
Because a relatively small number of individuals provide the vast majority of services and infrastructure that power cybercrime, they remain top targets for arrest - or at least disruption - by law enforcement authorities, says cybercrime expert Alan Woodward. But of course, geopolitics sometimes gets in the way.
The FBI has issued a warning about Hive ransomware after the group took down Memorial Health System last week. The alert details indicators of compromise, tactics, techniques and procedures associated with these ransomware attacks to help organizations better defend themselves.
Phishing, ransomware and unauthorized access remain the leading causes of personal data breaches as well as violations of data protection rules, Britain's privacy watchdog reports. The U.K. government has also been caught out by breaches and leaks involving military secrets and CCTV footage from a government building.
This edition of the ISMG Security Report features an analysis initiatives unveiled by the Biden administration to enhance supply chain and critical infrastructure security and address the cybersecurity skills gap. Also featured: LockBit 2.0 ransomware rep 'tells all'; misconfigured Microsoft Power Apps.
This is the first episode of The Ransomware Files, a podcast series focused on stories of resilience in the fight against ransomware. A systems administrator with a school district in Washington state recounts a brush with Ryuk ransomware and how the district recovered through tenacity and a bit of luck.
They are high-profile, they have access to your company's most vital information, they rely on unsecured personal devices - and your cyber adversaries are targeting them. They are your board members, and Chris Pierson of BlackCloak has ideas on where and how you can better secure these leaders.
The Biden administration unveiled a package of supply chain and critical infrastructure security initiatives following a meeting at the White House with tech executives and others. Companies such as Google and Microsoft also promised billions in spending on cybersecurity over the next several years.
Today's enterprise is continually evolving, forcing VM admins to combat data growth and tighten budgets. Yet reliable data protection remains as crucial as ever to protect against data corruption, human error and malicious threats such as ransomware. Whether you’re fully virtualized with VMware or running hybrid...
Researchers at The Citizen Lab at the University of Toronto say they've found a new zero-click iMessage exploit that's been used by the government of Bahrain to install the NSO Group's Pegasus spyware on the devices of human rights and political activists.
The Biden administration is hosting a White House meeting Wednesday with technology, banking, insurance and education executives to focus on cybersecurity and national security issues, such as protecting critical infrastructure from attacks and how to hire more security professionals to meet demand.
Microsoft security researchers say the operators of the well-established Mozi IoT botnet have upgraded the malware, enabling it to achieve persistence on network gateways manufactured by Netgear, Huawei and ZTE.