The One, Two, Three of Cyber Threat Detection

When it comes to protecting your organisation from cyber-attacks, threat detection can play a critical role in your overall defence strategy. Primarily this is because the earlier you can detect a threat, the earlier you can mitigate it and stop it turning into an attack. A well-executed threat detection capability can also pre-empt attacks before they occur based on a single network log.

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Cybersecurity Rising Among America’s Infrastructure Priorities

Less than a month ago, President Biden released his proposed budget for Fiscal Year 2022 that includes $9.8 billion in funding for cybersecurity enhancements. Cyberbreaches are making the headlines too often – almost on a weekly basis – and those are only the attacks that are reported. Not only are the breaches costly, but they also are dangerous. Potential threats to public safety as a result of cyberbreaches, in fact, are daunting. The Administration has made it clear that the Federal government intends to provide as much protection to the nation’s overall infrastructure as possible.

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Drill Down into the EU Toolbox for 5G Security

5G networks are becoming a key part of our critical infrastructure, enabling wireless networking in a broad range of scenarios from mobile broadband to massive IoT. Until recently though there has only been moderate noticeable output by national regulators on the specific security risks 5G systems are subject to.
Cybersecurity Magazine takes a look at the efforts made by the EU and its “Toolbox” to better realize guidance beyond industry standards and ensure a common security baseline at scale.

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10 Small Business Cyber Security Statistics That You Should Know – And How To Improve Them

All enterprises have to handle customer data, including PII, but often small businesses do not have the resources to effectively safeguard against cyber threats.

In the latest Cybersecurity Magazine article, Ashley Lukehart offers 10 important cybersecurity statistics regarding the reality of cyberattacks on small businesses, and gives some tips on how small businesses should approach cybersecurity attack prevention

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Zero Trust Security Best Practices

Since the start of the COVID19 pandemic, enterprises worldwide have adopted the work-from-home model. This shift has resulted in an increase in cyberattacks, and some traditional models of security are becoming ineffective as employees increasingly access resources remotely and use personal devices.
In the latest Cybersecurity Magazine article, Varin Khera argues for the use of ‘zero-trust’ security models and examines the best practices for adopting such a model.

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What Does 5G Mean for Global DDoS Vulnerability?

As the rollout of 5G continues, we look to the variety of applications it invites.
However, with such innovation also comes an increased risk for DDoS security.
Ramil Khantimirov, Stormwall, discusses how the global 5G coverage in tandem with IoT spurs novel cybersecurity vulnerabilities and outlines some steps the industry should take to prepare.

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