A new survey shows the cybersecurity priorities and worries of IT business executives. Top of mind issues include a lack of faith in governmental cyber intervention and reputational concerns due to data breaches.
Recently, VMware disclosed that its vCenter Server is affected by an arbitrary file upload vulnerability — CVE-2021-22005 — in the Analytics service. A malicious cyber actor with network access to port 443 can exploit this vulnerability to execute code on vCenter Server.
Researchers at the Positive Technologies Expert Security Center have identified a new, previously unknown APT group that has systematically attacked mainly Russia’s fuel and energy complex and aviation industry.
The path to success requires artificial intelligence and machine learning to supercharge the expertise and experience of an equally innovative and warm-bodied defender working as part of an enterprise security operations center and outsourced services like managed detection and response.
A new global survey of C-level executives released by CloudBees, reveals high confidence levels in software supply chain security but a limited understanding of the essential components that make a software supply chain secure.
Jerry Caponera, Head of Risk Strategies at ThreatConnect, discusses the importance of developing a risk-oriented view into cybersecurity and why cyber risk needs to be quantified in the same way as operational risk or credit risk.
Security and operational requirements are changing. Technology offered by smart cameras is providing an entirely new way of monitoring and controlling safety measures and optimizing security processes within manufacturing and logistics.
In today’s competitive environment, the consequences of data loss for your business are dire: downtime, lost productivity and long-term reputational damage. Getting senior executives on board with a budget increase to protect your data is paramount to mitigating risk.