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2019 – The Birth Of The Passwordless Society.

By  Jesper Frederiksen, UK GM at Okta “You would have been hard pressed to remember a day in 2018 not marked by news of a data breach. What this highlighted was the diminishing importance and strength of password authentication, and the growing shift towards a passwordless society. Having more human signals such as biometrics, usage analytics and device recognition will remove the reliance on simple and repeat passwords, and in turn, better secure systems. In addition to this, organisations should move to a discrete…

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Semafone Looks On The Bright Side For 2019 – With A Brexit Boom And A Bitcoin Bounce.

Semafone, the leading provider of data security and compliance solutions for contact centres, takes an optimistic view of the outlook for the technology industry in 2019. CEO Tim Critchley, global solutions director Ben Rafferty and head of information security Shane Lewis, share their top tech predictions for this year. 1) Brexit – the voice of the tech sector will prevail Our view is that the pre-Brexit fog will lift. The UK Government will finally implement a forward-thinking immigration policy that will give tech companies…

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Botnets And Machine Learning: A Story Of “Hide And Seek”.

By Leonidas Plagakis, Security Engineer, RiverSafe Malware authors have always been trying to update their software and evolve their techniques in order to take advantage of new technologies and bypass security measures. Botnets are a perfect example of how cyber criminals have managed to accomplish that over the last decade. Their wide spread and severe consequences have transformed botnets into one of the most significant and destructive threats in the cyber security landscape, as they are responsible for many large-scale and high-profile attacks. Examples…

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Network Evolution In 2019 – A Year Of Challenges And Opportunities For Service Providers.

Written by Anthony Webb, Vice-President EMEA, A10 Networks Observing the evolution of global networks over the course of my career has always been fascinating. Our fast-paced, innovative industry has transformed the world, ushering in the age of mass communication that touches every part of our lives. Most people don’t give a second thought to how we keep networks in operation and evolve them to meet new demands, and that’s exactly how it should be. But for those of us at the coalface, the coming…

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Three Steps To Justifying An Investment In IT Security.

By Matt Middleton-Leal, EMEA General Manager at Netwrix As there is no such thing as 100 percent secure and as data breaches continue to hit the headlines, investments in IT security never seem to be quite enough. When it comes to budgeting, the role of a Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) is to prioritise available resources based on the IT risks the organisation faces and justify additional investments when and where needed to executives. Of course, this is easier said than done. Many CISOs…

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Half Of Europeans Unaware What Their (Stolen) Personal Data Is Worth.

While many of us have heard of, or even fallen victim to, cybercrimes such as data and/or identity theft, it seems that relatively few know the value of the information stolen from us. A new study from Kaspersky Lab, involving more than 7000 consumers from nations across Europe, reveals a continent-wide fear about the theft and illegal use of personal data, but also shows that many are often unsure about the value of their data, and what criminals might use it for. While 59%…

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Global Survey From Ping Identity Shows Consumers Are Abandoning Brands After Data Breaches.

Ping Identity, the leader in Identity Defined Security, today released results of the Ping Identity 2018 Consumer Survey: Attitudes and Behaviour in a Post-Breach Era, unveiling consumer sentiments and behaviours toward security and brands impacted by data breaches. Ping surveyed more than 3,000 people across the United States, United Kingdom, France and Germany to find out what they expect from brands when it comes to the safekeeping of personal information. The survey reveals many consumers are making drastic changes to the ways they interact…

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Three Tips for Combating Fraud.

Chris Camacho, Chief Strategy Officer at Flashpoint Fraud is an inevitability of business, and one that most won’t concede they’re susceptible to. But the blunt truth is, insiders who are close to critical systems—or outsiders who are skilled enough to exploit vulnerabilities in anti-fraud and other security controls—will steal. They may target assets they’re entrusted to protect or cook the books to hide their tracks; in the end both types of fraudsters aim to make off with significant money. Fraud persists, and frankly, it’s…

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IBM Mobile Cybersecurity Center Makes RIT Its First University Stop On World Tour.

RIT Computing Weekend will have an extra special visitor – the new IBM X-Force Command Tactical Operation Center (C-TOC), which will be making its first visit to a university as part of the Nov. 2–4 event. IBM recently announced the C-TOC, the industry’s first fully operational Security Operations Center on wheels, capable of travelling onsite for cybersecurity training, preparedness and response. Housed in a tractor trailer, the center will visit RIT Nov. 2 before continuing its tour around the U.S. and Europe, running incident…