This Week in Security: NSO, Print Spooler, and a Mysterious Decryptor

The NSO Group has been in the news again recently, with multiple stories reporting on their Pegasus spyware product. The research and reporting spearheaded by Amnesty International is collectively known …read more Continue reading This Week in Security: NSO, Print Spooler, and a Mysterious Decryptor

New infosec products of the week: July 23, 2021

Stellar Cyber XDR Kill Chain allows security analyst teams to disrupt cyberattacks Stellar Cyber introduced a realistic XDR Kill Chain to serve as a new model, addressing the current realities of cyberattacks and focus efforts to stop an attack early a… Continue reading New infosec products of the week: July 23, 2021

40% fell victim to a phishing attack in the past month

The global shift to remote work has exacerbated the onslaught, sophistication, and impact of phishing attacks, according to Ivanti. Nearly three-quarters (74%) of respondents said their organizations have fallen victim to a phishing attack in the last … Continue reading 40% fell victim to a phishing attack in the past month

User data privacy decisions can be easily manipulated

Data privacy is an important topic in the digitalized economy. Recent policy changes have aimed to strengthen users’ control over their own data. Yet new research from Copenhagen Business School finds designers of cookie banners can affect users&… Continue reading User data privacy decisions can be easily manipulated

Government IT decision makers worried about security risks related to cloud migration

Nearly 70% of U.S. government IT decision makers surveyed view security risks as the top barrier when migrating to modern cloud platforms, a Morning Consult survey reveals. Of those surveyed, security also now outweighs reducing costs by almost double … Continue reading Government IT decision makers worried about security risks related to cloud migration

Manufacturers turning to zero trust to better secure their networks

In response to the 62% global increase in ransomware since 2019 (158% increase in North America) and over 40% of manufacturing firms suffering a cyberattack last year, Onclave Networks recommends manufacturers adopt zero trust architecture and security… Continue reading Manufacturers turning to zero trust to better secure their networks

How prepared are organizations for the challenges of the changing SAP landscape

The Tricentis, Capgemini and Sogeti report explores current SAP adoption and implementation trends, and organizations’ preparedness to deal with the challenges emerging from the changing SAP landscape. “SAP’s ERP system acts as the backbone of business… Continue reading How prepared are organizations for the challenges of the changing SAP landscape