Posts Tagged 'cybersecurity'

The real costs of cyber attacks are difficult to understand. The impacts of cybersecurity are terribly challenging to measure, which creates significant problems for organizations seeking to optimize their risk posture. To properly prioritize security investments, it is crucial to understand the overall risk of loss. Although managing security is complex, the principles of determining […]

The holiday season is upon us, and for many its time to stock up on gifts. Seasonal sales are eagerly anticipated – so much so, that you may have both Black Friday and Cyber Monday highlighted on your calendars. So what should you know as you ready your wallet in the coming weeks? It turns […]

Cyber threats have evolved over time to communicate, cooperate, and in some cases directly collaborate among themselves, giving them a distinct advantage over their security counterparts. Hackers possess a culture that is comparatively open, mutually supportive, and largely opportunistic. This has in part contributed to their ability to outpace their security-minded adversaries. This cooperation is an advantage […]

Something malicious this way comes. A fast reaction can reduce your risk. You have just detected an attack and alerted the incident-response team, one of 38 investigations you will likely conduct this year. Half of these are probably generic malware attacks, but the rest are higher-risk targeted attacks or data breaches. Now you are working […]

Passwords today are problematic. They’re easily guessed, bypassed, stolen and, as far as securing things go, often bad at their job. Although it’s hard to beat the humble password when it comes to cheap, fast and convenient verification, it won’t always promise to be a secure solution. But have no fear. There are more secure, […]