Organizational attack surfaces are expanding, giving attackers bigger targets to hit. It’s a sneaky battle and one that organizations have to fight. By understanding the attack surface, expanding your intelligence capabilities, and getting to know the enemy, you’ll be prepared for the fight ahead.more →
The road to next-gen SOC with SOAR security
А cyber attack is expected to happen every 11 seconds in 2021, according to Cybersecurity Ventures. This fact only underlines what cybersecurity experts have been predicting for a long time – The age of SOAR security in SOCs is already at our doorstep.more →
Small businesses have the same security needs as larger enterprises, but often lack the resources to deliver that security. Cisco Umbrella takes the burden of security off your back, providing powerful, perimeter‐wide protection that’s easy to deploy and manage.more →
In 2020, breaches were the digital pandemic. Cybercriminals were provided with the opportunity to disrupt and target the weak areas of organizations that were not prepared to work remotely securely.
It is certainly true to say that we are all glad to see the back of 2020. But not withstanding these difficult and challenging times, what does the cybersecurity landscape look like in 2021?more →
Now, more than ever, businesses are keeping an eye on every penny they spend. Whilst savings can be made by shelving or reducing the projects this not how businesses want to proceed. To help businesses continue to invest in IT without significantly impacting their cash flow activereach is launching a pioneering new programme, activeFINANCE, enabling businesses to spread the cost of 1, 3 and 5-year licences via a monthly or quarterly payment plan.more →
Gartner’s latest report, Managing Privileged Access in Cloud Infrastructure, estimates that within the next 3 years, three-quarters of security incidents in the cloud will involve mismanagement of identities, access and privilege. This equates to a 50% increase and will make it the number one reason for cloud security failures.
As businesses move more and more data and services to the cloud, protecting cloud infrastructure is vital.more →
Even before Covid-19 the cybersecurity threat landscape was evolving at a frightening pace. The combination of people spending more time online and their uncertainty around the elements of the pandemic and its consequences has played right into the hands of cybercriminals. Now threat actors are taking full advantage of Covid-19 with a vast portfolio of scams, including ransomware and phishing campaigns.more →
Who are Gen Z?
Last year Gen Z became the largest generation, constituting 32 percent of the global population. But what is Generation Z? Definitions vary but are thought to be those born between the mid-1990s and the mid-2000s. Pew Research pins this down to 1997 onwards, with Forbes citing Generation Alpha as 2010-2025.more →