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ISC2 extends training offerings beyond certification  Voir?

ISC2 announced the founding of its Professional Development Institute (PDI) to combat one of the largest challenges facing the cybersecurity community today – a global shortage of skilled and trained professionals to defend organizations against the evolving onslaught of cyber threats. Provided as a free portfolio of course offerings to ISC2 members and associates, PDI will help enhance their skills and abilities by providing access to rich continuing professional education (CPE) opportunities that augment the … More

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(18/02/2019 @ 09:51)

Hysolate extends cybersecurity isolation platform to protect sensitive information  Voir?

Hysolate, pioneer of secure software-defined endpoints, announced major extensions to the Hysolate cybersecurity isolation platform. The new capabilities, which include granular USB control, hypervisor-based VPN, and support for Microsoft Azure Information Protection, make it easier than ever for enterprises to fully protect endpoints from cyberattacks while freeing end-users to access the resources they need. “Enterprise end-users are easy and frequent targets for cyberattackers. To protect their devices, companies often layer on security tools and limit … More

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Symantec helps business stop email compromise attacks  Voir?

Symantec, the world’s leading cyber security company, announced Email Fraud Protection, an automated solution that helps organizations block fraudulent emails from reaching enterprises, ensuring complete brand reputation and sender trust. Email Fraud Protection reduces workload for IT departments and eliminates the need to manually manage email security configurations while combatting Business Email Compromise (BEC) attacks. Email is a vulnerable access point for hackers who are continuously developing new and advanced strategies to expose critical data. … More

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The importance of consumer trust in the second-hand mobile market  Voir?

58 percent of global consumers have yet to trade in an old mobile device, though almost two-thirds (64%) globally reported they would be willing to do so if more stringent data management processes were in place. These are the results of an exclusive global consumer research study examining consumer sentiment and actions for trading in mobile devices, released by Blancco Technology Group. This is good news for mobile operators, OEMs and third-party logistics providers (3PLs) … More

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2018 saw 6,515 reported breaches, exposing 5 billion sensitive records  Voir?

There were 6,515 publicly disclosed data compromise events through December 31, 2018, exposing over 5 billion sensitive records, according to Risk Based Security’s Year End 2018 Data Breach QuickView Report. While the year ended below 2017’s high mark of 6,728 reported breaches, a slow trickle of new breach information continues and may end up placing 2018 in the top spot. “It’s been an unusual year for breach activity,” commented Inga Goddijn, Executive Vice President of … More

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(18/02/2019 @ 07:15)

Week in review: RunC, Snapd flaws, Zero Trust browsing, 5 years of NIST Cybersecurity Framework  Voir?

Here’s an overview of some of last week’s most interesting news and articles: Machine learning fundamentals: What cybersecurity professionals need to know In this Help Net Security podcast, Chris Morales, Head of Security Analytics at Vectra, talks about machine learning fundamentals, and illustrates what cybersecurity professionals should know. Bank of Valletta suspended all operations in wake of cyber attack Maltese Bank of Valletta (BOV) has been breached by hackers and has temporarily suspended all of … More

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(17/02/2019 @ 20:28)

Three reasons employee monitoring software is making a comeback  Voir?

Companies are increasingly implementing employee and user activity monitoring software to: Ensure data privacy Protect intellectual property and sensitive data from falling into the wrong hands Stop malicious or unintentional data exfiltration attempts Find ways to optimize processes and improve employee productivity. Modern user activity monitoring software is incredibly flexible, providing companies with the insights they need while offering the protection they demand. By examining three prominent use cases, it’s evident that employee monitoring software … More

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(15/02/2019 @ 08:00)

Machine learning fundamentals: What cybersecurity professionals need to know  Voir?

In this Help Net Security podcast, Chris Morales, Head of Security Analytics at Vectra, talks about machine learning fundamentals, and illustrates what cybersecurity professionals should know. Here’s a transcript of the podcast for your convenience. Hi, this is Chris Morales and I’m Head of Security Analytics at Vectra, and in this Help Net Security podcast I want to talk about machine learning fundamentals that I think we all need to know as cybersecurity professionals. AI … More

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Azure AD Identity Protection now revolves around risky users and risky sign-ins  Voir?

Launched in September 2018, Microsoft Threat Protection (MTP) integrates a number of Microsoft services to provide a fully integrated, end-to-end solution for securing the entire attack surface of enterprises: identities, endpoints, user data, cloud apps, and infrastructure. Since MTP’s launch, Microsoft has slowly been polishing the offering by adding new and improved features such as an updated Azure Security Center, new automation capabilities, and new tools for enterprise security and compliance teams. Latest improvements The … More

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(15/02/2019 @ 07:40)

Mozilla will use AI coding assistant to preemptively catch Firefox bugs  Voir?

Mozilla will start using Clever-Commit, an AI coding assistant developed by Ubisoft, to make the Firefox code-writing process more efficient and to prevent the introduction of bugs in the code. How does Clever-Commit work? “By combining data from the bug tracking system and the version control system (aka changes in the code base), Clever-Commit uses artificial intelligence to detect patterns of programming mistakes based on the history of the development of the software. This allows … More

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