IT’s Confidence in Mitigating Cyberthreats Low

As cyberthreats evolve and increase in both voracity and velocity, many IT professionals are becoming increasingly worried about their organization’s ability to deal with those threats. That’s according to the results of a recent survey conducte… Continue reading IT’s Confidence in Mitigating Cyberthreats Low

Continuous Intelligence Driver for Cyber Success

 As malicious cyberattacks and data breaches continue to rise, many organizations are finding it more and more difficult to keep up with the evolving threat landscape—a realization that is forcing IT and SOC teams to take a more proactive stance again… Continue reading Continuous Intelligence Driver for Cyber Success

Report: Digital Transformation Increases Cyber Risk

Many enterprises are discovering that the path to digital transformation has many stumbling blocks, some of which are only discovered deep into the journey. While it may be difficult to predict where the trouble spots are along the journey, digital tr… Continue reading Report: Digital Transformation Increases Cyber Risk

Is Your Corporate Access Data for Sale on the Dark Web?

As businesses turn to remote access solutions to empower workers during the COVID-19 crisis, trouble seems to be brewing across numerous illegal marketplaces and the Dark Web. Cybercriminals are actively shopping for credentials hoping to access valua… Continue reading Is Your Corporate Access Data for Sale on the Dark Web?

How SASE Can Stop Cyberattackers in Their Tracks

SASE is emerging as a way to defeat cybercriminals by preventing malware from accessing the corporate network Organized crime and criminal groups are increasing the pressure on enterprises in the form of cyberattacks. For most, the pre-eminent tool of… Continue reading How SASE Can Stop Cyberattackers in Their Tracks

Malwarebytes Report: Apple OS X Threats Quadrupled in 2019

Apples’ macOS operating system is no longer the safe haven from cybercrime it was once thought to be. That’s according to security vendor Malwarebytes and its “2020 State of Malware Report,” which offers some troubling statistics for… Continue reading Malwarebytes Report: Apple OS X Threats Quadrupled in 2019

Survey: Trump Not as Smart as the IT Director

A recent survey by Blumberg Capital reveals that a majority of consumers think their IT guys know more about cybersecurity than President Trump. That may be bad news for the president, but it is surely good news for those in the IT field.  Blumberg Ca… Continue reading Survey: Trump Not as Smart as the IT Director

Survey: Enterprises Losing Confidence in SD-WAN Security

A recent survey commissioned by CATO Networks reveals that enterprises that deployed SD-WANs were less confident in their networks after undergoing digital transformation. The survey polled 1,333 IT professionals worldwide and provided insights into t… Continue reading Survey: Enterprises Losing Confidence in SD-WAN Security

SIEM More Relevant Than Ever When Securing the Edge

Cybersecurity pros have long looked at security information and event management (SIEM) as a necessary tool to gauge the security posture of a network. After all, a proper SIEM solution gives cybersecurity professionals a way to analyze security incid… Continue reading SIEM More Relevant Than Ever When Securing the Edge