42% of companies experienced a data loss event that resulted in downtime last year. That high number is likely caused by the fact that while nearly 90% are backing up the IT components they’re responsible for protecting, only 41% back up daily – leaving many businesses with gaps in the valuable data available for recovery.
Otherwise, even with a fancy solution, blocking ransomware will be a constant struggle. One setback is all it takes to put your business out for good.
The term Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) is not new but, during the last few years has become incredibly popular.
The concept behind it is rather simple yet ambitious, a SIEM solution collects and analyzes events – in both real-time and by looking back at historical data – from multiple data sources within an organization to provide capabilities such as threat detection, security incident management, analytics and overall visibility across the systems in an organization.
While emails, texts, and video calls are now more popular than ever, it’s hard to find an office without telephones. In fact, most businesses prefer calls over emails for delivering messages that require quick feedback.
Depending on their budget and needs, businesses tend to have different types of telecommunication systems. The modern business use VOIP phones. Traditional businesses are still stuck with landlines. VOIP provide communications over the Internet in a secure and cost-effective manner. Landlines work offline.
Businesses that use VOIP communications are more efficient than regular businesses for a lot of reasons. Below we explore the benefits and explain whether it’s time you migrated into VOIP-based systems.
RIYADH: As Saudi companies become more technologically advanced, cybersecurity experts have warned of a general lack of awareness about industry best practices and are worried that businesses are not adequately protecting their systems.
The UK and US governments have agreed to work together more closely to tackle cybercrime as well as enhance the security of supply chains and emerging technologies. The announcement has come amid US President Joe Biden’s visit to the UK for the G7 summit, which has started today.
A man from Texas could be facing up to 20 years in prison after pleading guilty to plotting to blow up a data center in Virginia.
Seth Aaron Pendley, of Wichita Falls, was arrested in April after trying to purchase what he believed to be an explosive device from an undercover FBI employee in Fort Worth.
Hundreds of thousands of retail customers had their personal data exposed thanks to a misconfigured cloud storage account, Gofaster has learned.
A research team at reviews site WizCase traced the leaky Amazon S3 bucket to popular Turkish beauty products firm Cosmology Cosmetic.
A South Korean nuclear power research organization has admitted it’s currently investigating a security breach after reports suggested its neighbor to the north may be responsible.
Lawmaker Ha Tae-keung, who sits on the parliamentary intelligence committee, cited third-party research attributing the May 14 attack to Pyeongyang-backed APT group Kimsuky.
Mercedes Benz has released details of a data breach affecting customers and prospective buyers in the US.
The luxury carmaker said a vendor had informed the company on June 11 that the information was “inadvertently made accessible on a cloud storage platform.” It appears that a third-party security researcher first raised the alarm.
Nearly half (44%) of organizations have been targeted or fallen victim to a ransom-related distributed denial of service (RDDoS) attack in the past 12 months, according to a survey of 313 cybersecurity professionals by the Neustar International Security Council (NISC).
Bangkok Airways has admitted that a cyber-attack last week led to the compromise of an unspecified volume of passengers’ personally identifiable information (PII).
The Thai airline claimed in a brief update late last week that although the incident didn’t affect “operational or aeronautical security systems,” it does appear as if personal data has been accessed.
There is a saying that goes thus, “A man’s enemies are those of his own household.” This reinforces what many are beginning to realize – insider threats are a bigger danger to enterprise security than external forces are.
Gofaster had founded that Cybersecurity researchers on Friday disclosed a now-patched critical vulnerability in multiple versions of a time and billing system called BillQuick that's being actively exploited by threat actors to deploy ransomware on vulnerable systems.