Reputational damage from data breaches are driven by social media at a frighteningly fast pace, thus it’s vital for organizations to build a crisis plan that is ready for the current digital age.
Many organizations go through great lengths to set up effective security operations incident response plans but do they test them to assess effectiveness and make continuous improvements?
Israel's cyber response to cyber attacks launched by Hamas was to launch an air strike on a building known to be the cyber HQ for Hamas. It is believed to be the first time any military has responded to a digital threat with immediate force.
Cynet launches free IR tool providing unmatched speed and efficiency to help organizations and IR providers accurately determine the breach scope and impact; and ensure that all malicious presence and activity are completely eliminated.
Russian state-sponsored hackers take 19 mins to break into a network. All of this means that even SMEs need to have a cyber response capable of keeping up with these advanced threat actors.
User activity monitoring and insider threat detection is evolving to get ahead of the ever increasing threat to user data. Providing advanced analytics, insightful intelligence, and effective response mechanisms, it addresses three critical components of data security in 2019.
Data recovery and protection planning is a crucial task and responsibility for any data center manager, and it is important in creating buoyant infrastructures. What are the crucial steps to formulate an effective plan?
Data breach events are a now harsh reality. But when managed properly and communicated strategically, companies can emerge with both their corporate reputation and the confidence of their consumers intact. Find out how in this in-depth article.
Google admitted that back in March 2018, it became aware of a data breach that may have impacted up to 500,000 users, but failed to disclose it to users or regulators. Are big Silicon Valley tech giants are “too big to trust”?