Determining the true impact of a cyber attack has always and will likely be one of the most challenging aspects of this technological age. In an environment where very limited transparency on the root cause and the true impact is afforded we are left with isolated examples to point to the direct cost of a…

Cybercriminals will never run out of ways to breach the security protocols enterprises put in place. As security systems upgrade their defenses, attackers also level up their attacks. They develop stealthier ways to compromise networks to avoid detection and enhance the chances of penetration. Adversarial machine learning, for example, emerges as one of the stealthy…

As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, healthcare professionals have increased their reliance on the internet to carry out their job. From connectivity with patients, to the interconnectivity of different medical devices passing patient data, the threat vector has expanded dramatically, so cyber awareness has become crucial. Healthcare under attack: What about cyber awareness? This…

The information security industry frequently utilizes the phrase “people, processes and technology” (PPT) to describe a holistic model of securing the business. But though this phrase is repeated ad nauseum, we seem to have forgotten one of those three primary pillars: people. In an effort to secure things technically, we prioritize the protection of our…

To accommodate remote work policies amid COVID-19, companies have increasingly adopted the public cloud to support off-site business continuity. A MarketsandMarkets analysis found that due to the impact of the current crisis, the cloud market is expected to grow from $233 billion in 2019 to $295 billion by 2021. The transition to remote work by…