Yes, the passwords users choose *really* matters

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Earlier this month, we celebrated that little-known tribute day known as World Password Day.

Responsible security organizations should use this opportunity to share best practice advice to help people understand just how darn easy it is for fraudsters to cause havoc if they can access privileged accounts authorized to change, edit and delete files, settings, apps or data.

Sadly, it seems that it is also a day where marketing people, who might be less au fait with cybersecurity, ...

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Cybersecurity predictions 2018: 5 key infosecurity trends to watch out for

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In our last post, we talked about the most significant data breaches of 2017.  And what better way to wrap up 2017 than by pulling out our crystal ball and gazing into the near future.

Using our expertise in infosecurity, here is our shortlist of what to watch out for in the upcoming year:

Expect new EU regulation GDPR to make headlines.

The way in which your website collates ...

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Cybersecurity Threats – Don’t Forget Employees

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Internal Threats Can Be Your Biggest Threat

The usual focus of cybersecurity efforts on external threats to an organization and its mission overlooks the central, powerful danger the inside threat.
Corporations dont take their internal security as seriously as they should, explains Alex McGeorge, senior security researcher at Florida-based Immunity, a provider of specialized offensive information technologies.

McGeorge goes on to emphasize the importance of protecting a corporation from internal threats, explaining, The attack surface inside ...

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