IT and Cybersecurity Jobs in the Age of Emerging AI Technologies

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The key pillars of domain security

From branded emails and marketing campaigns to critical protocols, internal portals, and internet traffic, domains are central to digital enterprise operations. They are constantly created for new assets and initiatives. In this Help Net Security video… Continue reading The key pillars of domain security

51% of enterprises experienced a breach despite large security stacks

Threat actors are continuing to successfully breach across the entire attack surface and the stakes are only getting higher: 93% of enterprises who admitted a breach reported unplanned downtime, data exposure, or financial loss as a result, according t… Continue reading 51% of enterprises experienced a breach despite large security stacks

Cybercriminals Exploit OpenMetadata Flaws to Target Kubernetes Clusters

Microsoft has recently unveiled critical vulnerabilities within OpenMetadata’s open-source metadata repository. The security flaws could allow cybercriminals to execute remote code attacks on unpatched Kubernetes clusters. OpenMetadata is an open-source platform that offers a centralized metadata management solution for data lakes, pipelines, and warehouses. It enables businesses to discover, understand, and govern their data assets…

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Unpacking the NIST cybersecurity framework 2.0

The NIST cybersecurity framework (CSF) helps organizations improve risk management using common language that focuses on business drivers to enhance cybersecurity. NIST CSF 1.0 was released in February 2014, and version 1.1 in April 2018. In February 2024, NIST released its newest CSF iteration: 2.0. The journey to CSF 2.0 began with a request for […]

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Who owns customer identity?

When I’m talking with prospective clients, I like to ask: which department owns customer identity? Everyone immediately looks towards a different team. While every team touches customer identity at some point, the teams that own it differ from organiza… Continue reading Who owns customer identity?

92% of enterprises unprepared for AI security challenges

Most industries continue to run almost two or more months behind in patching software vulnerabilities, endpoints remain vulnerable to threats, and most enterprise PCs must be replaced to support AI-based technologies, according to the Absolute Security… Continue reading 92% of enterprises unprepared for AI security challenges

Enterprises face significant losses from mobile fraud

A recent Enea survey highlights a worrying trend in enterprise security: Following ChatGPT’s launch, 76% of businesses are inadequately protected against rising AI-driven vishing and smishing threats. In this Help Net Security video, John Hughes,… Continue reading Enterprises face significant losses from mobile fraud

Bots dominate internet activity, account for nearly half of all traffic

49.6% of all internet traffic came from bots in 2023, a 2% increase over the previous year, and the highest level Imperva has reported since it began monitoring automated traffic in 2013. For the fifth consecutive year, the proportion of web traffic as… Continue reading Bots dominate internet activity, account for nearly half of all traffic

After a sleepy primary season, Russia enters 2024 U.S. election fray

Russian influence operations have picked up steam in the past two months, according to a Microsoft report.

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