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Five cyber security threats your enterprise must address

By now your organisation should know the drill. To keep your enterprise safe from unauthorised access you take the basic precautions: create strong passwords that are not re-used and are updated frequently, use updated anti-virus software, employ host and network-based intrusion detection and prevention, data encryption, etc. etc. However, complacency has no place in cybersecurity. Hackers are working round-the-clock to outwit your most ardent security professionals. Here are a few specific vu...

Determining who is responsible for securing IoT from cyber threats and attacks

By now, you've probably heard the conversation about the importance of the Internet of Things (IoT) security over and over again; the increased interconnectivity and communication between devices brings with it a greater risk for cyber threats and attacks. One small leak or breach on a single device can potentially spread across the cloud and create a noteworthy disruption within a company, affecting its assets, employees and customers. Responsibility for IoT security But now that the risk fac...

Radware reports rise in financially-motivated ransomware cyber attacks

Radware, a provider of cyber security and application delivery solutions, has released its 2017-2018 Global Application and Network Security Report, which found that the percentage of companies reporting financially motivated cyber-attacks has doubled over the past two years, with 50% of surveyed companies experiencing a cyber-attack motivated by ransom in the past year. As the value of bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies —often the preferred form of payment among hackers—has appreci...