Economist Nouriel Roubini predicts first-ever cyber war in 2020 between U.S. and countries such as China, Russia, Iran and North Korea, with US presidential election being the catalyst.
Panther recently published their second annual “State of SIEM” report. 49% of cybersecurity professionals surveyed believe their SIEM covers less than half of their security data.
New research by Panther Labs, provider of a cloud-scale security analytics platform, found that 80% of security engineers feel some level of burn out.
A recent report investigated how much of that funding went to companies led by women. Of the 654 startups analyzed, only 22 — or 3.3% — were led by female CEOs.
With an average of 10 direct partners and up to 90 fourth parties, 98% of primary organizations analyzed by IT security firm SecurityScorecard work with breached third parties.
F5 Credential Stuffing Report found that credential spills doubled between 2016 and 2020 while credential stuffing became the preferred attack method.
Researchers attribute the sharp rise in DDoS attacks to malicious efforts during the COVID-19 pandemic when most consumers became dependent on online services while workers started working from home.
KnowBe4's State of Privacy and Security Report found that employee awareness of cybersecurity best practices is so appalling that most workers cannot identify common security risks.
NopSec has released the findings from their State of Vulnerability Management report surveying 426 CISOs, information security managers, analysts, pen testers, and other security professionals.
Manila Bulletin, the largest English-language newspaper in the Philippines, says that a serious data breach of the country's Commission on Elections (Comelec) occurred. Comelec called it "fake news" and claimed that it never happened.