Data Breach Prevention

Winning Against Infrastructure Attacks
Winning Against Infrastructure Attacks

Recent news that hackers have been targeting our country’s nuclear facilities since May make for attention-grabbing headlines but while the story is concerning, it certainly isn’t surprising. Since the joint U.S. – Israeli designed Stuxnet attack became front page news back in 2010, we’ve all known nation states (including our own) are hard at work creating and implementing cyberattacks that cause widespread harm. Thankfully...

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WannaCry Again with Petya?
WannaCry Again with Petya?

Another massive ransomware outbreak is on the move and it seems few are immune but many more could be…if they would stay up to date on patching. In what appears to have started in Ukraine yesterday and then quickly spread throughout Europe and beyond, enterprises from virtually every industry are falling victim to another large scale ransomware attack. From oil refineries to banks, government...

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WannaCry: A Wake-Up Call for Early Detection, Hyper-Fast Responsiveness
WannaCry: A Wake-Up Call for Early Detection, Hyper-Fast Responsiveness

Friday’s WannaCry ransomware attacks were a global shock with 150 countries hit and hundreds of aftershocks as employees around the world logged on to infected devices to start their work week. The attack also highlighted just how large the endpoint blind spots are within global enterprises and government organizations…

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Enterprise Security Trends & Risks
Enterprise Security Trends & Risks

Richard Henderson, Absolute’s global security strategist, sat down with Ken Hess and Preston Smith from SecurityNOW not long ago for a podcast about Enterprise Security Trends. Here’s a summary of hot topics – from two-factor and continuous authentication to malware and security spending…

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