For 9 straight years now, Verizon has released the Data Breach Investigations Report to give cybersecurity professionals a detailed look into the threat landscape. The report is meant to help security teams keep up with increasingly sophisticated attackers.
Cyber attackers only need one small crack in a security plan to invade and jeopardize an entire organization. As IBM and Ponemon Institute reported in their 2015 Cost of Data Breach Study: Global Analysis, this is becoming a costly problem for today’s businesses.
International software security group Kaspersky Lab recently published their findings from the 2015 Global IT Security Risks Survey, which included responses from 5564 IT professionals across 38 countries.
We recently spoke with Joseph Carson, the Head of Cyber Security at ESC Global Security and Head of Product at Arellia, to discuss the current state of data protection as well as the evolution of cyber insurance.
Enterprise mobility has created a new field of weak endpoints for attackers to exploit via sophisticated cyber security threats.
CISOs have been content to deploy point solutions and incremental enhancements to protect a relatively small pool of assets. However, incrementally deploying solutions like next-gen firewalls, IPSs, IDSs, web application firewalls, data leakage protection systems and more isn’t enough because every company should already have them in place.