Why Security Incidents Often Go Underreported

If you saw a coworker browsing through a database they weren’t supposed to have access to, would you report it? What would you do if you accidentally clicked on a link in a phishing email? Most people would say they’d do the right thing and let the IT or security…

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Take a Proactive Approach to the Darknet Threat

Imagine this scenario: Everyone in your accounts payable department receives an invoice for a service your organization uses frequently. The invoice appears legitimate and doesn’t set off any alarm bells, but is in fact loaded with malware purchased on the darknet — a popular marketplace for tools that can be…

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The Cyber Kill Chain Is Getting Shorter As the Skills Gap Widens

The pressure keeps mounting for individuals with cyber skill sets as well as organizations that can’t afford or attract them as employees. At the same time, cybercriminals are consolidating the cyber kill chain by launching attacks more quickly through predefined, weaponized packages, which puts pressure on IT and security teams…

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Application Security Takeaways From the Ai4 Cybersecurity Conference

I recently had the good fortune to attend the Ai4 Cybersecurity conference in New York City. This event brought together thought leaders, influencers and practitioners over two days to discuss the role of artificial intelligence (AI) and augmented intelligence in the cybersecurity industry. Here are some of the key highlights…

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