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European businesses hit with 60,000 data breaches in eight months.

More than 59,000 data breaches have been reported across Europe since data protection laws were brought in last year, new figures have revealed. The Netherlands, Germany and the UK topped the list of the most reported breaches in the eight months since new GDPR laws came into force, according to law firm DLA Piper. The breaches, which range from minor errors such as missent emails to major cyber hacks, were reported by public and private organisations in the 26 European countries where data is…

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Businesses Not Investing Enough In Endpoint Security.

Tony Lee, Managing Director, Panda Security UK For decades, firewalls were considered the principal method of online security; providing a threat originated from outside a business’ security network, the firewall would intercept it and manage it accordingly. However, while cyber attacks have evolved and become more sophisticated in their execution, the basic function of a firewall has remained the same: prevent unauthorised access to or from a private network. So what if a threat originates from inside the network perimeter and via an endpoint…

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Compliance is Largest Driver of Data Management Initiatives for Half of Businesses

According to The Future of Enterprise Data: Democratized and Optimized report by ASG Technologies, the trusted provider of proven solutions for information access, management and governance for the world’s top enterprises, compliance is the largest driver of data management initiatives for 50% of CIOs. The survey of 200 CIOs also reveals that more than a third of respondents (35%) plan to increase investment in data governance in 2019. This focus on data governance comes as a direct response to the introduction of new privacy…

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Ransomware campaign targets businesses with fake invoice message

A concentrated spam campaign pushing ransomware is targeting businesses in Europe, encrypting files and demanding victims pay a ransom in order to retrieve them. View full story ORIGINAL SOURCE: ZDNet The post Ransomware campaign targets businesses with fake invoice message appeared first on IT SECURITY GURU.

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Growing focus on compliance could leave businesses vulnerable to fraud

An increased focus on compliance risks detracting businesses from making investments to protect their organisation against fraud, according to new research by TransUnion (formerly Callcredit). The research, part of which forms the Fraud Fortress report, revealed that compliance is the area most commonly expected to drive increased expenditure (64%), potentially at the expense of prevention or detection. Whilst fraud leaders are also reporting increases in anti-fraud expenditure, as a result of investments in biometric technologies (59%), training employees to combat fraud (57%) and anti-fraud…

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Google Launches New Tools To Help U.S. Veterans Find Jobs And Promote Businesses

Google Data Scientist and former U.S. Army Staff Sergeant Sean O’Keefe pointed out that there are more than 2.5 million businesses in the U.S. that are majority-owned by veterans. This amounts to 9% of all businesses in the U.S. To help veterans find jobs and promote their businesses, Google has launched some useful new tools. View full story ORIGINAL SOURCE: Forbes The post Google Launches New Tools To Help U.S. Veterans Find Jobs And Promote Businesses appeared first on IT SECURITY GURU.

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77% of Businesses Have Experienced Cyber Attack in the Past 12 Months

The vast majority of businesses think data protection is important or mission-critical for digital and IT transformation projects, but they lack the technological provisions to provide good data protection assurance. In a study conducted for Zerto, International Data Corporation (IDC) found that 90% of organizations do not consider themselves IT-resilient, despite aiming to achieve this goal. View full story ORIGINAL SOURCE: Security Boulevard The post 77% of Businesses Have Experienced Cyber Attack in the Past 12 Months appeared first on IT SECURITY GURU.

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32,000 smart homes and businesses at risk of leaking data

New research from Avast (LSE: AVST), the global leader in cybersecurity products, found more than 49,000 Message Queuing Telemetry Transport (MQTT) servers publicly visible on the internet due to a misconfigured MQTT protocol. This includes more than 32,000 servers with no password protection, putting them at risk of leaking data. The MQTT protocol is used to interconnect and control smart home devices, via smart home hubs. When implementing the MQTT protocol, users set up a server. In the case of consumers, the server usually…

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Stockpiling cryptocurrencies painting target on large businesses

Three in 10 (30%) large UK businesses have admitted to being hit by cryptomining attacks within the previous month[i], according to new figures released today. The research, commissioned by Citrix and carried out by OnePoll, quizzed 750 IT decision makers across the UK regarding the growing risks of cryptomining cyber-attacks. A recent study found that 50 per cent of large UK businesses are stockpiling cryptocurrencies – often to provide a quick means of payment should they be subjected to a ransomware attack. Yet such…