Most organizations employ mobile computing, which utilizes wireless communications for staff members to perform day-to-day tasks with more ease.
The Russian invasion of Ukraine has heightened government and business awareness around the reality that nation-state cyber threats pose.
Email security is not a simple check-box item. The need to have a strong email security solution in place has never been greater. Email is ubiquitous, and the average employee receives so many emails on a daily basis that they often open and click on messages without giving a second thought to any potential problem they might pose.
The threats facing databases today are numerous and constantly evolving as the perimeter continues to fall away in favor of multi-cloud environments. This change means organizations must adopt an in-depth, data-centric security approach that includes a program designed from the ground up to protect databases.
As we approach the one-year anniversary of the Colonial Pipeline ransomware attack, it is an excellent time to reflect upon what took place and how that incident can serve as a teaching point for any organization interested in preventing a ransomware attack.
There is a bit of serendipity associated with World Password Day 2022. This year the day falls on May 5, the day before the first anniversary of the devastating Colonial Pipeline ransomware attack, which was initiated through a compromised password.
Let us dive head-first into XDR. There is no shortage of vendors, and researchers, providing you with their definition of what XDR actually represents. But CISOs need clarity before jumping in to XDR.
There are a variety of methods that an organization can implement to test its ability to withstand a cyberattack or another type of catastrophic situation. One such technique is to conduct a crisis simulation.
Gartner has recognized Trustwave as a Representative Vendor in the analyst firm’s March 2022 Market Guide for Managed Security Services (MSS). In addition, Gartner previously recognized Trustwave as a leader in its MSS solution in its 2019 Gartner “Magic Quadrant for Managed Security Services, Worldwide.”
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The overnight move to remote and hybrid work models instantly created a more complex infrastructure for many organizations as they shifted their workers from corporate offices to their homes. The threat surface expanded exponentially as devices moved off-prem and into potentially unsecured environments and grew again as workers added their own devices to the mix.
This is the second installment in Trustwave’s in-depth tour of our Security Colony platform. For a broad overview of what Security Colony offers please read 5 Ways CISOs Can Leverage the Power of Trustwave Security Colony.
Maintaining cyber resilience across your ecosystem is a significant challenge that must not be brushed aside as the likelihood of experiencing a cyber incident increases year after year.
The cybersecurity threat landscape is continuously evolving, with the frequency and impacts of threats like malware and ransomware increasing every year. Today, organizations of all sizes and in every industry sector must be proactively searching for emerging threats and actively monitoring risk to protect themselves – and respond quickly in the event that a threat is identified. Amid this challenging threat landscape, organizations are struggling to find enough cybersecurity professionals to staff their teams. Globally, there is a cybersecurity worker shortage of nearly 2.7 million. So how can companies undertake proactive threat detection and response during a vast skills shortage?
The dangers of email security are often understated. One successful email attack can lead to malware injection, system compromise, impersonation, espionage, ransomware and more.
The ongoing war between Ukraine and Russia has placed organizations worldwide on full alert due to the possibility that cyber attacks related to the conflict may impact organizations outside the region.
This is the second in a series of blogs that describes the importance and inner workings of conducting Red and Purple Team exercises. Part 1 of this blog series gave an overview of how to properly conduct these drills. This blog examines the role Purple Teams play in an effective security testing strategy.
Security Colony is a powerful self-service resource for CISOs. For example, a CISO who is looking to improve their organization's incident response capability can log in and find an updated ransomware playbook the organization can use, customize if needed, and implement. Is your organization concerned about mitigating insider risk? If so, Security Colony has simulation exercise frameworks available for download.
Every woman in cybersecurity should be empowered. Cybersecurity innovation thrives on diversity of thought and background. And the cyber community needs more of both. We recognize every woman who continues to pave the way for change.
A critical part of improving a business’ cyber resilience is ensuring staff, including the executives and the board of directors, are all champions of promoting and driving awareness when it comes to cybersecurity.
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