We know that cybersecurity will make or break the digital business. Faced with relentless growth in cyberattacks, coupled with the complexity of today’s digital ecosystem, how should your business respond?
Software supply chain attacks will continue to be successful as long as the chasm between software development teams and info security teams persists. Until these two departments agree on common goals, attacks targeting software vulnerabilities will continue to cause havoc.
Given the growth of wire fraud and grey area when it comes to liability, creating a system that guarantees protection has become incredibly important. The best way to prevent uncertainty about who is at fault is to prevent the risk from happening all together.
We are living in the middle of an arms race in cybersecurity. Adversaries are leading the way, while the good guys reconfigure and retool, and the cycle continues. What does the crystal ball look like for the cybersecurity and risk management world of 2022?
Manufacturers are introducing remote operations capacity for OT systems, allowing employees, contractors, and trusted third parties to operate on-site infrastructure from anywhere in the world. While the benefits are multifaceted, the risks to critical infrastructure are real.
Organisations which have chosen the long run tackling digital transformation over the prompt adoption strategy and try to mate it with their established internal tactics have experienced fewer ransomware attacks.
Companies opening the door to remote work are going to have to rethink security. As workers enjoy more flexibility to work from wherever they want, security teams must learn to mitigate the threats that come with such a shift.
The importance of email security cannot be underestimated in 2021, and businesses – as well as individuals – need to do everything they can to keep abreast of the latest cyber security developments.