How Cybersecurity Policies Confront Mobile Device Vulnerabilities

With convenience comes risk. With COVID-19 ushering in widespread hybrid and remote work arrangements, responsive cybersecurity policies have become a must-have. Corporate users are connecting to business networks with more personal devices than before, and even the employees using company property are connecting via home or public internet methods, often …

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Applications of Artificial Intelligence in Cybersecurity

In 2021, the International Information System Security Certification Consortium, or (ISC)2, determined the global cybersecurity workforce must increase by 65 percent in order to properly protect the world’s sensitive data. However, as the organization noted, the industry has grappled with a stark skills shortage for years. The rapid shift to …

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What Is Cyber Analytics?

In recent years, there’s been a marked increase in ransomware attacks, soaring 158 percent from 2019 to 2020 in the United States alone. Cybersecurity professionals speculate that among the reasons for the spike is the fact that companies are paying the requested ransom – and cybercriminals are taking notice. Other …

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Types of Security Analytics in a Post-Pandemic World

The COVID-19 pandemic forced organizations to adapt business models for the new standard of working from home, and with that, it also created a new set of opportunities for cyber criminals. Hackers quickly seized the opportunity to take advantage of increased security vulnerabilities due to the rapid shift to more …

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