As organizations move increasing numbers of workloads
to distributed, multicloud environments and adopt
connectivity-dependent trends such as the Internet of
Things, the simpler networks of yesterday have steadily
morphed into something considerably more complex. It's
this growing complexity that is the ultimate...
The modern cybersecurity landscape is rapidly and continually
evolving with new, sophisticated malware and attack
techniques that threaten enterprises on a massive scale.
At the same time, enterprise networks have become increasingly
complex with multi-cloud and multi-vendor solutions
that expand the boundary...
This ESG Technical Validation is an evaluation of Juniper Networks Sky Advanced Threat Prevention (ATP) and SRX series next-generation firewalls with a focus on the effectiveness and efficiency of automated threat detection and remediation. As part of the validation process, ESG compromises an endpoint with malware...
For planning their trips, travelers turn to the names they trust. Airlines, transportation companies, and travel booking sites face a number of challenges in their efforts to earn that trust by keeping their web properties secure and providing an amazing customer experience. Download our solution brief to learn how...
The threat and risk surface of internet of things devices deployed in automobiles is exponentially increasing, which poses risks for the coming wave of autonomous vehicles, says Campbell Murray of BlackBerry. Large code bases, which likely have many hidden software bugs, are part of the problem, he says.
According to Ricardo Villadiego, Lumu Technologies' Founder and CEO, organizations are "sitting on a gold mine: their own data". Under the single premise that organizations should assume they are compromised and prove otherwise, Lumu seeks to empower enterprises to answer the most basic question: Is your organization...
Private-equity firm Thoma Bravo, which already has stakes in several cybersecurity companies, plans to buy U.K.-based security company Sophos in a $3.9 billion deal, the two companies announced Monday. The Sophos board will "unanimously recommend" the sale to shareholders, the company says.
The Cyber Security Agency of Singapore has come up with an operational technology and cybersecurity master plan aimed at building a secure and resilience ecosystem to protect critical infrastructure. But will implementation prove feasible?
Nation-state attackers have been targeting known flaws that customers have yet to patch in their Pulse Secure, Palo Alto and Fortinet VPN servers, Britain's National Cyber Security Center warns, adding that any organization that didn't immediately apply patches should review logs for signs of hacking.
The growing demand for innovation has accelerated implementations of automated software development pipelines whilst driving open source consumption to new heights.
For the fifth anniversary of this report, Sonatype collaborated with Gene Kim from IT Revolution, and Dr. Stephen Magill from Galois and MuseDev. ...
Connected devices - the sheer number of them and the scale of the cybersecurity risks they pose - are a top concern in 2020 and beyond, says Robert Falzon of Check Point Software Technologies, who weighs in on the threats and technologies he's watching.
5G is coming, and with it comes the promise of connectivity on an unprecedented scale. And then there are the security concerns about infrastructure, connected devices and a new multifaceted attack surface. Olivera Zatezalo of Huawei Technologies Canada discusses these concerns.
Healthcare organizations can take steps to start mitigating risks while awaiting vendor software patches to address URGENT/11 IPnet vulnerabilities in their medical devices, says researcher Ben Seri of security firm Armis, which identified the flaws.
Microsoft's Remote Desktop Protocol is one of the most widely used utilities for connecting to remote machines. But it poses risks if organizations don't actively monitor how it's used, says Chris Morales of the security firm Vectra.
A bipartisan group of lawmakers has introduced a bill to help U.S. telecommunications providers "rip and replace" any Chinese-built networking equipment. The move comes as many experts warn that using Huawei or ZTE 5G equipment poses an unacceptable national security risk.