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Why have we become desensitised to cyber-attacks?

1989 was of a year of positive milestones which would have a profound impact on the way we live and work today. The World Wide Web was invented, the Berlin Wall was torn down, and the first GPS satellite went into orbit. However, not everything about the year was a cause for celebration. Alongside these progressive developments was the creation of the world’s first computer worm. Initially crafted to test the size of the internet, the worm spread out of control, causing devastation and alerting...

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Trouble Phishing? How to Avoid Becoming the Next Catch of the Day

If we can take anything from the continuous spate of data breaches, it’s that bad actors and their techniques are more sophisticated than ever and are steamrolling over organisations’ security (or lack thereof) defences. But what’s more intriguing is that despite global increased spending on security, one age-old tactic has stood the test of time: the classic phishing scam. By James Romer, Chief Security Architect EMEA at SecureAuth.

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Security alert overload: the real cost of alert fatigue

IT security professionals continuously have to tackle high levels of security alerts in the global cybersecurity space. The volume of alerts is increasing at an alarming rate making it difficult for IT to manage and maintain. By Eldad Chai, SVP Product Management, Imperva.

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A layer of protection from the outside world

An unfortunate truth in business is that any worker, in any organisation, can be the target of a cyberattack. By David Emm, principal security researcher, Kaspersky Lab.

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Why a data breach doesn’t have to mean data loss

Jan van Vliet, VP and GM, EMEA, Digital Guardian discusses why switching to a more data-centric cyber security strategy can help prevent data loss, even in the event of a breach.

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The tumultuous relationship between data and security

Our daily news updates have become littered with data breach after data breach, each costing companies on average £1.82 million. CEOs have lost their jobs and reputations following major leaks, and CSOs wake up each morning dreading the news that personal customer data is in the hands of hackers. By Iain Chidgey VP International, Delphix.

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Ferrari: A New Perspective on Cybersecurity

Ferrari took a strategic decision to choose Kaspersky Lab as their IT Security provider. They wanted to introduce more stringent IT security measures, both to protect their core business and to ensure an increase in safety. Find out more in this exclusive video.

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