Beyond mere information sharing, collective defense is a concept that aligns public and private sectors in a unified front against cyber threats. Bill Swearingen of IronNet Cybersecurity defines the concept and how it's being employed today.
A recently discovered cyberespionage toolkit called Ramsay is designed to infiltrate air-gapped networks to steal documents, take screenshots and compromise other devices, according to the security firm ESET.
To deal with the problem of "shadow IT" during the COVID-19 pandemic, organizations should put in place redefined compliance and governance policies, take a multilayered security approach and adopt a security framework to prioritize risks, a panel of three experts advises.
Today's network challenge is supporting a distributed workforce and digital processes with a shrinking budget. The imperative is to ensure security and continuity of operations at the highest possible level. There's a simple solution that provides visibility into networked traffic: network TAPs.
Faced with uncertainty at all levels, organizations need agility to respond quickly and cost-efficiently to new and unforeseen challenges. Discover why next-generation network packet brokers (NGNPBs) are crucial to attaining agility.
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Emotet malware alert: The U.S. Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency says it's been "tracking a spike" in targeted Emotet malware attacks. It urges all organizations to immediately put in place defenses to not just avoid infection, but also detect lateral movement in their networks by hackers.
If 100 percent increase in NetFlow performance sounds good, get more impressive numbers in the new report from ESG. A 50 percent reduction in tooling costs? A 30 percent decrease in network downtime? It's all there and the numbers never lie.
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In this time of unprecedented change, distributed computing environments are increasing. IT teams need to support a newly distributed workforce and digital processes with a shrinking budget.
This ESG research brief explains how to improve network visibility across all environments without increasing staff or tools....
The Cyber Security Agency of Singapore has come up with an operational technology and cybersecurity master plan aimed at building a secure and resilience ecosystem to protect critical infrastructure. But will implementation prove feasible?
Modern IT teams must maintain compliance with an evolving set
of regulatory standards, track and secure sensitive data across
endpoints, and manage a dynamic inventory of physical and
cloud-based assets, all while fulfilling an increasingly common
executive mandate to make technology an enabler for...
A "zero trust" security model makes it easier to manage application access and protect against malicious users, but the rollout of the model must be managed in a very organized way, says Mani Sundaram, CIO and EVP, Global Services and Support, at Akamai Technologies.
As the number and variety of threats mushroom, an Ovum survey has found that security teams have become physically unable to respond in an appropriate way to the ones that actually matter, with 50% of respondents in India saying they deal with more than 50 alerts each day. Shockingly, for 6% of organizations, that...
Moving your whole network to the cloud can be intimidating and risky to say the least. That's why organizations are first focusing on campus network transformation.
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Together with President Donald Trump and the EU Copyright Directive, the U.K's Internet Services Providers' Association has nominated Mozilla as one of its three nominees for "internet villain" of the year. Its purported crime has been to advance a more secure version of the domain name system.