Using deception to improve cyber resilience by turning the tables on attackers

Using deception to improve cyber resilience by turning the tables on attackersThroughout history, deception has been a critical component of military activities. Now that most organizations are continuously targets of cyber attacks deception provides a way to stay ahead of cyber attacks instead of feeling like we’re always one step behind. Carolyn Crandall explains further...

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Check Point identifies critical vulnerability in Windows DNS: says that immediate action is needed

AlertResearchers have identified a security flaw in Windows DNS which hackers could use to gain Domain Administrator rights over servers, and seize control of organizational networks.

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EU warns of inevitable disruption due to Brexit and advises businesses to prepare now

EU warns of inevitable disruption due to BrexitThe European Union is warning already stretched businesses that now is the time to start preparing for the ’unavoidable’ and ‘broad and far-reaching consequences’ which will commence as of January 1st 2021 due to Brexit.

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The missing link in cyber resilience?

Matt CableOrganizations need to embrace a mindset of continuously identifying - and closing - gaps in their cyber security posture to ensure the organization is as secure as it can be. To achieve this a person, or team, needs to be appointed to this role says Matt Cable.

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