Amplified security trends to watch out for in 2023

In 2023 and beyond, organizations can expect to continue dealing with many of the same threats they face today but with one key difference: expect criminals to leverage technological advancements to optimize the effectiveness of their attacks. You should also expect the adoption of new technologies to support new working practices (remote/hybrid) to play a […]

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Connected homes are expanding, so is attack volume

78% Americans report unsafe online behaviors that open them up to cyber threats, such as reusing or sharing passwords, skipping software updates and more – a 14% increase from just two years ago, according to Comcast. “This holiday season consumers are purchasing and connecting more devices to their home networks than ever before,” said Noopur […]

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5 cybersecurity trends accelerating in 2023

Netwrix has released key cybersecurity trends that will affect organizations of all sizes in 2023. Here are five specific trends that you need to be aware of: The business of cybercrime will be further professionalized The return of malware strains like Emotet, Conti and Trickbot indicates an expansion of cybercrime for hire. In particular, the […]

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33% of attacks in the cloud leverage credential access

Elastic released the 2022 Elastic Global Threat Report, detailing the evolving nature of cybersecurity threats, as well as the increased sophistication of cloud and endpoint-related attacks. Human error poses the greatest risk to cloud security 33% of attacks in the cloud leverage credential access, indicating that users often overestimate the security of their cloud environments […]

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The cybersecurity trends organizations will soon be dealing with

In this interview with Help net Security, Brad Jones, VP of Information Security at Seagate Technology, talks about cybersecurity trends organizations will be dealing with soon, particlularly concerning cloud misconfiguration, data classification, software vulnerabilities, and the cybersecurity skills gap. Cybersecurity risks are an ever-evolving issue for all organizations. What are the main ones we are […]

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Transportation sector targeted by both ransomware and APTs

Trellix released The Threat Report: Fall 2022 from its Advanced Research Center, which analyzes cybersecurity trends from the third quarter (Q3) of 2022. The report includes evidence of malicious activity linked to ransomware and nation-state backed advanced persistent threat (APT) actors. It examines malicious cyberactivity including threats to email, the malicious use of legitimate third-party […]

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