That’s despite an overwhelming 93% of respondents that require password management training, with 63% holding training more than once per year, according to a survey conducted by Pulse on behalf of Hitachi ID.
Bad bots, software applications that run automated tasks with malicious intent, accounted for a record-setting 27.7% of all global website traffic in 2021, up from 25.6% in 2020, an Imperva report reveals.
While the security department refuses a request with a simple “no”, the problem won’t just go away because the business need will remain. On the contrary, that slight problem might be the smoldering ember that will spark your next security incident.
Drafted by the Health Information Management Working Group, the report provides best practices that healthcare delivery organizations (HDOs) can use to manage the cybersecurity risks associated with their supply chains.
Remote work and digital transformation changes led to the additions of VPNs and firewalls, a mix of corporate and employee-owned devices as well as cloud and on-premises DDI servers to manage data traffic across the expanded network.
HP announced that the HP Wolf Security threat research team has identified a 27-fold increase in detections resulting from Emotet malicious spam campaigns in Q1 2022, compared to Q4 2021 – when Emotet first made its reappearance.
As was the case in the Spring4Shell and Log4j attacks, the use of open-source solutions has increased cyber risks. They’re ubiquitous in almost every form of software development and often developed at speed, leaving gaps in security.
According to a study by General Dynamics Information Technology, 63% of respondents said their agencies will meet these requirements on time or early. 92% are confident in their agency’s ability to defend against cyber threats.