Intel Takes Security to the Silicon Level

The past year or so has delivered multiple lessons on IT security with a single conclusion: that whatever people, including individual consumers to business organizations to the IT vendors who serve them, have done or are doing, it isn’t enough. However challenging or even hopeless he situation may appear, it sets the scene for the The post Intel Takes Security to the Silicon Level appeared first on TechSpective.
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Barracuda Networks Rethinks Cybersecurity Training for Users

Barracuda Networks, following its acquisition of PhishLine, wants to encourage companies to take a more positive approach to cybersecurity training, helping users how to better recognize spear-phishing attempts along with other forms of cyberattacks that rely on social engineering to trick them into giving up their credentials. A series of Barracuda PhishLine Levelized Programs is..
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Financial Services Remains Hackers’ Most-Targeted Industry for Second Straight Year

The ease-of-exploit rating has made the financial sector a cybercrime magnet for years, especially for targeted extortion attacks. The industry has fallen victim to numerous security breaches, data exfiltration hacks, DDoS attacks taking down global online operations and disrupting services, and has lost millions to malware and ransomware attacks. So what’s next?
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Cloud Directory Feature Identity Security

There’s never been a more risky time to be leveraging the internet and web. There are too many chances for your users to be compromised and subsequently your organization. Identities are the number one concern. It’s why the cloud directory feature identity security is so critical. In this blog post, we’ll explore how a cloud The post Cloud Directory Feature Identity Security appeared first on JumpCloud.
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MY TAKE: Oracle aims to topple Amazon in cloud services — by going database-deep with security

Ahoy, Jeff Bezos and Amazon. Watch out! Larry Ellison and Oracle are coming after you. The ever feisty Ellison, 73, founder of Oracle and an America’s Cup sailing champion, recently tacted the good ship Oracle onto a new course. Last October, Ellison announced the launch of a pioneering set of automated cloud services, and boasted
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Does Your Bug Bounty Program Need an Overhaul?

They’ve become mainstream, but bug bounty programs are vast, varied and complicated When bugs proliferate, there’s potential for an infestation problem that needs to be fumigated. Over the past few years, bug bounty programs have become a popular solution for getting rid of nasty vulnerabilities before they create more widespread problems. Bug bounty programs have..
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Are We Taking Our Online Privacy Seriously Enough?

Technology has become the lens through which we perceive and experience day-to-day life. Take the smartphone as an example. What used to be a technological rarity and business-oriented tool has become the nexus of our personal and recreational lives. Pew Research Center has found that more than three-quarters (77 percent) of Americans currently own and … Read More The post Are We Taking Our Online Privacy Seriously Enough? appeared first on The State of Security.
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