According to the 2020 Verizon Mobile Security Index report, 85 percent of attacks seen on mobile devices took place outside of email. They break down these phishing attack vectors in this way: Messaging – 17% Social Media – 16% Gaming… Continue reading Going Beyond Awareness Training to Protect Mobile Devices from Phishing
COVID-19 has changed the way we operate in our daily lives, to say the least. Everything from school and shopping, to finances, family life, and work, were overturned seemingly overnight. As with many crises, most of the world began COVID-19 in a state… Continue reading How WFH is Changing Endpoint Security
Working remotely from home has become a reality for millions of people around the world, putting pressure on IT and security teams to ensure that remote employees not only remain as productive as possible, but also that they keep themselves and corpora… Continue reading Remote employees encounter 59 risky URLs per week
Driver vulnerabilities can facilitate attacks on ATMs, point-of-sale (PoS) systems and other devices, firmware security company Eclypsium warned on Monday.
There’s a massive amount of complexity plaguing today’s enterprise endpoint environments. The number of agents piling up on enterprise endpoint devices – up on average – is hindering IT and security’s ability to maintain foundational security hyg… Continue reading Massive complexity endangers enterprise endpoint environments
Tanium and Salesforce have come together in a strategic relationship to help solve one of today’s most compelling and urgent problems: how does security manage a workforce that has migrated from in-house company desktops to remote personal devices. It … Continue reading Salesforce Ventures Investment Values Tanium at $9 Billion
The recent pandemic created a new normal that redefines the way business operates by eliminating security and physical work borders. An Avertium study found that having employees work from home during the pandemic saved U.S. employers more than $30 bil… Continue reading With remote working on the rise, infosec strategies need to evolve
Microsoft this week announced the public preview availability of the Android version of its Defender Advanced Threat Protection (ATP) software and the general availability of the Linux variant.
Microsoft has added support for Linux and Android to Microsoft Defender ATP, its unified enterprise endpoint security platform. Microsoft Defender Advanced Threat Protection is designed to help enterprises prevent, detect, investigate, and respond to a… Continue reading Microsoft releases Defender ATP for Android and Linux
Microsoft this week announced that Safe Documents, a feature meant to boost the protection of Microsoft 365 users when opening unsafe documents, is generally available.