COVID-19 has impacted every facet of life and business. Millions of people around the world have been working from home to collectively slow the spread of the coronavirus. However, as the global workforce migrates from physical corporate locations to less-secure home offices, this new reality creates increased cyber threats, as employees exchange what can be sensitive data in order to prevent business operations from coming to a standstill.
If you could choose three things that would enhance your security program, which three would you choose? In a new poll, the Security Executive Council (SEC) wanted to find out what elements would add the most value to security leaders and their teams.
The number of new identity records and the depth of personal information available in exfiltrated data are expanding, creating a blueprint of digital identities that threat actors can weaponize and expose identity information.
New SaltStack research survey, The State of XOps Report, Q2 2020, reveals that organizations using software to help IT and InfoSec teams collaborate and align are three times more confident in the effectiveness of their information security efforts.
Risk Ledger, London-based cybersecurity company, part of the UK's Government's LORCA program, has produced a white paper designed to guide professionals who manage supply chain risks on how to tackle the situation.
The US Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) and the UK National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) have released a joint advisory that highlights ongoing activity by APT groups against organizations involved in both national and international COVID-19 responses.