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Steve Durbin Managing Director, Information Security Forum, | 9/19/2019
Humans are often regarded as the "weakest link" in information security. However, organizations have historically relied on the effectiveness of technical security controls, instead of trying to understand why people are susceptible to mistakes and manipulation. A new approach is clearly required; one that helps organizations to understand and manage ...
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Dan Reis SecurityNow Expert, | 9/13/2019
Welcome to another SecurityNow podcast. In today's edition, we're going to be discussing threat intelligence. How much context is enough to make a decision or to make decisions? Our guest today is Kyle Ehmke from ThreatConnect. He's a senior threat intelligence researcher with ThreatConnect with more than ten years' experience. Ehmke has followed a range ...
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Larry Loeb Author, | 7/26/2019
A report on 2019 IT Architectural Modernization Trends conducted by Dimensional Research and sponsored by Datastax has show 99% of IT respondents are reporting "challenges with architecture modernization." Further, 98% of the respondents are also reporting challenges with their corporate data architectures (that means data silos inside the company).
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Larry Loeb Author, | 7/11/2019
B2B security software is growing faster than overall B2B software sales, according to the latest figures from The NPD Group's U.S. B2B Software and Cloud Tracking Service.
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Larry Loeb Author, | 6/21/2019
Quantum computing (QC) has long held the promise of exceeding what is possible in conventional computing. Physicists have held that a 50 qubit QC arrangement could outperform any of today's supercomputers, according to an MIT Technology Review article.
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Larry Loeb Author, | 5/23/2019
A new survey carried out for Titus by Market Strategies International involved more than 600 IT decision-makers at leading brands across a diverse set of industries in the US, Canada and the UK. It found that respondents who adopted a more traditional or reactive approach to their data protection and security program did not believe they would reach ...
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Mark Bower General Manager for North America, Egress, | 5/17/2019
The average data breach now costs a company $3.86 million, up 6.4% since 2017. Unfortunately, data breaches are now so common we rarely go a day without hearing about the latest one. When these breaches are the result of employee actions, for example, accidental data leakage or clicking on a malicious link in an email, it can often be difficult for ...
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Larry Loeb Author, | 5/7/2019
Accenture realizes that all enterprises are interconnected. It's not all that sure that you realize it, however. On page 68 of its Technology Vision 2019 report, it has a pull quote designed to attract a reader's attention. The top of that page says, "87% of business and IT executives believe that to be truly resilient, organizations must rethink their ...
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Steve Durbin Managing Director, Information Security Forum, | 5/7/2019
The recent government shutdown in the US brought worries about the shortage of cybersecurity workers into stark relief.
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