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  • Cyber crime costing businesses US$11.7M

    Cyber attacks cost companies an average of US$11.7 million this year, a 23 per cent increase from 2016, according to research.

    Written by Byron Connolly27 Sept. 17 15:51
  • Millennials are increasing security risk

    Those pesky Kendall Jenner-watching millennials are the biggest threat to the security of your tech infrastructure, according to a new study.

    Written by Byron Connolly12 July 17 14:16
  • Study: Cyber risks overshadow corporate board security confidence

    Directors of U.S. businesses are pretty confident they can understand corporate security risks, but corporate security pros are not so sure their boards really get it, according to a survey of both board members and C-level security executives.

    Written by Tim Greene24 June 15 04:23
  • NIST issues Best Practices on how to best use Secure Shell software

    The Secure Shell (SSH) protocol and software suite is used by millions of system administrators to log into application and service accounts on remote servers using authentication methods that include passwords, tokens, digital certificates and public keys. But when improperly managed, SSH keys can be used by attackers to penetrate the organization's IT infrastructure.

    Written by Ellen Messmer03 Sept. 14 02:23
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  • How to Test the Security Savvy of Your Staff

    How do you know your employees retain what you teach them in company-required security awareness training? You don't -- unless you regularly test their security savvy and effectively address their mistakes during post-test follow-up sessions.

    Written by Kim Lindros and Ed Tittel24 Feb. 14 13:58
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  • Rio Tinto spying case a wake up call to CIOs?

    The arrest of Rio Tinto executive Stern Hu in China on spying charges has brought home the need for CIOs to examine data security according to the CEO of security company PGP, Phil Dunkelberger.

    Written by Tim Lohman12 Aug. 09 11:28