Toshiba Europe GmbH has developed what it says is the world's fastest quantum key distribution (QKD) device, specifically 13.7 Mbps, an increase of seven times the previous record in this type of information transmission technology, held by the company since 2016 with 1.9 Mbps. This development has been carried out in collaboration with the Toshiba Research Europe laboratory in Cambridge (United Kingdom).
Security and risk management leaders must take a pragmatic and risk-based approach to the ongoing threats posed by an entirely new class of vulnerabilities, according to Gartner, Inc. "Spectre" and "Meltdown" are the code names given to different strains of a new class of attacks that target an underlying exploitable design implementation inside the majority of computer chips manufactured over the last 20 years.
By Ronald Sens, EMEA Director, A10 Networks.
Collaboration will deliver enhanced threat intelligence capabilities to worldwide managed security clients.
SailPoint Technologies Holdings and Okta have formed a strategic partnership to provide end-to-end identity for the enterprise – helping organizations balance providing simple, secure user access with meeting complex compliance and security requirements.
Blinkered and costly focus on cloud security puts compliance and data privacy at risk.
University employs human behavioural conditioning techniques designed to build student and staff resilience to phishing.
Lack of internal resources and exploding cybercrime a ‘perfect storm’ for CISOs and their teams.
In the run-up to GDPR, new research from the DMA and Acxiom shows that people are increasing happy about the data they share, but transparency is the key to taking this to the next level.
Analysts at Positive Technologies observe increasing use of malware to hide the aftermath of cyberattacks and motives of perpetrators.
Neustar now has the largest, most distributed and technically advanced DDoS mitigation capacity network, globally.
Datto has released its European ‘State of the channel Ransomware Report’. With responses gathered from Datto’s channel partner community of 150 Managed Service Providers (MSPs) serving more than one million small- and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) across Europe, the report reveals the current levels of understanding around ransomware and the frequency of attacks.
New figures from F5 Labs report 64% rise in attacks and greater tactical diversity from cybercriminals.
RSA survey reveals consumers falsifying data online to avoid sharing personal information with companies, while 78% say company reputation relating to data and privacy impacts their buying decisions.
62% of enterprises without IT GRC solutions report low security readiness, as opposed to only 25% of those with IT GRC solutions.
New cloud security product family prevents account hijacking and Gen V cyber-attacks on SaaS applications
and cloud workloads.
Palo Alto Networkswill welcome more than 10,000 attendees to its Epic Cloud Security Event today, where the company will showcase how it is infusing new cloud capabilities into its Next-Generation Security Platform designed to prevent successful cyberattacks in the cloud. The forthcoming advancements, introduced today, will provide customers operating in hybrid and multi-cloud environments with a comprehensive, consistent security offering that integrates directly with cloud infrastructure and workloads.
New research conducted by Ponemon finds 66 percent of respondents indicate better threat intelligence could have prevented or minimized the impact of a cyber attack.
The Ransomware Simulator will help organizations to simulate a broad range of possible ransomware attacks and prepare mitigation strategies.
Recent research by Ultima, a leading provider of on-premise and cloud IT infrastructure and managed service solutions, has found that over half (58%) of the UK’s SMEs think their businesses are at risk of financial loss from poor IT security and data compliance, with 67% believing they may be out of business in three years if their IT security and compliance doesn’t improve.