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Cylance report looks into questionable pentesting practices
The report demonstrates how the line distinguishing pentesting exercises from actual threat actor behaviour has thinned.
Lack of C-suite and IT teams collaboration holding back DX - NTT
The report highlights the need for business leaders to change themselves, build a different environment, and set new behavioural priorities and performance indicators.
Banking malware grows 50% while cryptominers decline – Check Point
The report’s findings are based on data drawn from Check Point’s between January and June 2019, highlighting the key tactics cyber-criminals are using to attack businesses.
CrowdStrike report lists cybersecurity adversary rankings
In today’s ever-evolving cyber landscape, speed is essential for effective cyber defence.
Gartner names Proofpoint leader in security training
Proofpoint’s training modules are built with learning science principles and include self-service customisation, which improves efficacy and ensures longer-term retention of training.
Email attacks affecting employees’ personal lives - Barracuda
The survey includes responses from 660 executives, individual contributors and team managers serving in IT-security roles in the Americas, EMEA, and APAC.
Gaming industry a rising target of cyber-attacks – Akamai
“Gamers are a niche demographic known for spending money, so their financial status is also a tempting target.”
Only 20% of organisations use cloud DLP – Bitglass
Each year, Bitglass conducts research on the state of enterprise cloud security in order to identify key trends and common vulnerabilities.
RPA services market to balloon up 47% by 2024, says Zinnov
The outsourced RPA services market for FY19 is estimated to be at US$570M - $600M.
Businesses feel they need AI to respond to cyber-threats - Capgemini
Two in three organisations plan to deploy artificial intelligence to bolster their defense as soon as 2020.
Buhtrap group behind targeted zero-day attack - ESET
Buhtrap group is well known for its targeting of financial institutions as well as businesses in Russia.
Check Point releases report on public cloud security challenges
Unauthorised access, insecure interfaces, misconfigurations and account hijacking named as the biggest vulnerabilities in the public cloud.
Gartner: A/NZ IT spending continues to outstrip global average
Australia will see a 3.1% increase in IT spending, while NZ should expect 2.3%. This is compared to global growth of just 0.6%.
Financial institutions' websites most frequently attacked – report
Positive Technologies found that the majority of all web attacks in 2018 targeted sites of financial institutions, transportation companies, hospitality and entertainment companies.
Malware and malicious Office documents on the rise in 2019 - WatchGuard
Hackers are doubling down on well-known tactics like credential theft and ransomware by utilising fake Office documents and other attack avenues.
85% of enterprises struggling to protect network assets - Endace
Research conducted by Endace and VIB identifies the economic, resourcing, and management challenges that large enterprises face in protecting their networks.
Cloud adoption moving businesses forward faster – McAfee
However, there is a divide between organisations who have addressed their shared responsibility for protecting data in the cloud, and those who have not.
Native email security systems inadequate – Mimecast
In the report, 85% of the 1,025 global respondents experienced an impersonation attack in 2018.
SOC roles and responsibilities evolving with threats - Exabeam
Keeping up with security alerts presented the largest pain point experienced by SOC personnel.
Untagged data a major risk to businesses - Veritas
Over half of company data remains unclassified, despite a rise in security breaches and stringent data protection regulations.
Emotet drove 61% of malicious payloads in Q1 2019 - Proofpoint
“The massive shift in Emotet’s prevalence and classification highlights just how quickly cybercriminals are adapting new tools and techniques across attack types.”
Enterprise IoT ecosystem extends beyond corporate devices - Zscaler
The most commonly detected IoT device categories across the Zscaler cloud were IP cameras, smart watches, printers, smart TVs, among others.
Companies struggling with hybrid IT and zero trust controls – Pulse Secure
61% of IT organisations have little to modest confidence to mitigate access security threats, despite a majority significantly increasing their near-term budget.
Almost one-fifth of UK public sector reported over 1,000 cyber attacks
SolarWinds found the most common attacks were phishing (95%) and malware (86%), with a large step down to third place, ransomware (54%).