Only 10% of vulnerabilities are remediated each month

A research from SecurityScorecard and The Cyentia Institute revealed only 60% of organizations have improved their security posture despite a 15-fold increase in cyber-attacks over the last three years. The joint research sought to measure the speed of vulnerability remediation from 2019 – 2022 and revealed only modest progress in the area of vulnerability remediation. […]

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As attacks on Exchange servers escalate, Microsoft investigates potential PoC exploit leak

Microsoft Exchange servers around the world are still getting compromised via the ProxyLogon (CVE-2021-26855) and three other vulnerabilities patched by Microsoft in early March. While the initial attacks were attributed by Microsoft to a threat actor dubbed Hafnium, believed to be a state-sponsored group that operates from China, the same exploits were subsequently used by […]

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Why you should make cyber risk a business gain, not a loss

As companies continue to respond to the global pandemic, millions of their employees are working remotely, often from home. While this is the recommended response, it’s also creating new cyber risks. More specifically, organizations face four daunting challenges today that significantly increase their risk exposure: Distributed workforce: Organizations have created a distributed workforce on an […]

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Half of IT teams can’t fully utilize cloud security solutions due to understaffing

There are unrealized gaps between the rate of implementation or operation and the effective use of cloud security access brokers (CASB) within the enterprise, according to a global Cloud Security Alliance survey of more than 200 IT and security professionals from a variety of organization sizes and locations. Utilize cloud security solutions “CASB solutions have […]

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