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15 October 2019

  • This Week in Security News: How a Partnership can Advance DevSecOps and Cybersecurity Issues in the Midwest and South U.S.

    Welcome to our weekly roundup, where we share what you need to know about the cybersecurity news and events that happened over the past few days. This week, learn about how Trend Micro’s partnership with Snyk will advance DevSecOps. Also, read about cyber attacks affecting hospitals in Alabama and Indiana as well as

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  • Tackling the BEC Epidemic in a New Partnership with INTERPOL

    In just a few short years, Business Email Compromise (BEC) has gone from a peripheral threat to a major cyber risk for organizations. It’s making criminal gangs millions of dollars each month, hitting corporate profits and reputation in the process. Trend Micro has built a formidable array of resources over the past

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  • Whats So Strategic About the Trend Micro and Snyk Partnership?

    What does a partnership between Trend Micro and Snyk mean for you, the customer? Can you really develop and deploy applications anywhere without security slowing you down? Greg Young, VP of Cybersecurity for Trend Micro, explains how the partnership benefits Trend Micro and gives our customers an extra edge in their

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  • Decrypting What Zero Trust Is, And What It Likely Isn’t

    It’s always an indicator of confusion when instead of hearing “I want Q” I’m asked “what is Q?”. In this case the ‘Q’ is Zero Trust.  I’ll try and give my best take on what I understand Zero Trust to be. History Repeats Let’s start with the background. Quite a while back the Jericho Forum...

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  • Answering IoT Security Questions for CISOs

    Given the permeating nature of IoT and Industrial IoT devices in our daily lives, from smart homes to smart cities, one cannot escape the growing cybersecurity risks associated with these devices. It might leave CISOs with a lot of questions about how this newer, growing attack vector could impact their business. We

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  • This Week in Security News: How a GIF Can Hack Your Android and Vulnerabilities That Could Put Hospital Networks at Risk

    Welcome to our weekly roundup, where we share what you need to know about the cybersecurity news and events that happened over the past few days. This week, learn about how smart home devices can be easily hacked and 11 vulnerabilities that could affect medical devices and hospital networks. Also, read about why AI

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  • In Identity Theft the Target is You!

    The hard truth is that identity data is the new gold—and criminal panhandlers are mining it for sale and distribution on the Dark Web. Indeed, the internet provides ways for big data breaches to result in disastrous leaks of huge databases of personal information, resulting in detailed profiles of individuals—based on

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  • This Week in Security News: Fake Apps on iOS and Google Play and Social Media Security Issues

    Welcome to our weekly roundup, where we share what you need to know about the cybersecurity news and events that happened over the past few days. This week, learn about the evolution of EDR to XDR (and why your CISO should care), stock trading app attacks and fake gambling apps. Also, read about how

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  • Why Should CISOs Care About XDR?

    We have been collectively saying in our industry for the last 15-20 years that a layered approach to your security stack is a “best practice,” but as with all best practices, these are ideals rather than reality for so many charged with protecting their organizations. The vast majority of CISOs are saddled with legacy

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  • This Week in Security News: Magecart Attacks and Is Your Smart TV Spying on You?

    Welcome to our weekly roundup, where we share what you need to know about the cybersecurity news and events that happened over the past few days. This week, learn about Magecart attacks and the security implications of PSD2. Also, read about how your smart TV might be leaking your data to the likes of

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