#infosec | Time for Insider-Threat Programs to Grow Up

Immature programs attempting to protect against damaging attacks by insiders run the risk of alienating employees. The vast majority of companies have embarked on establishing an insider-threat program, but most struggle to create mature processes for detecting and responding to employee-created risk.  In its Insider Threat Report published last year, for…

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#cybersecurity | WatchGuard’s New Ruggedized Appliance Brings Simplified, Enterprise-Grade Security to Harsh Industrial Environments

I’ve been ‘watching’ WatchGuard go through many evolutions and transformations, while leading the SMB firewall market with fully loaded UTM solutions, starting with tiny little boxes that scale.  Given the fact that so many critical infrastructures – from power plants, to water distribution facilities to oil rigs are all now…

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#cybersecurity | UK NCSC agency warns of APTs exploiting Enterprise VPN vulnerabilities

The UK’s National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) warns of attacks exploiting recently disclosed VPN vulnerabilities in Fortinet, Palo Alto Networks and Pulse Secure According to the UK’s National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC), advanced persistent threat (APT) groups have been exploiting recently disclosed VPN vulnerabilities in enterprise VPN products in attacks…

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#cybersecurity | The Storm after the Breach

How Consumers and Institutions Should Guard against Cybertheft By Archie Agarwal, CEO & founder, ThreatModeler Data breaches and cyberattacks have been hitting several of the highest-profile financial and media institutions in the last few years – Equifax saw 146 million accounts exposed in 2017 and Yahoo! suffered massive breaches in…

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