Getting ahead of a new breed of Ransomware

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We typically understand a ransomware attack to be a demand for payment in return for decrypting files. But evolution, even in malware, is inevitable. A fairly new disruptive cyber cell known as The Dark Overlord is relying on the threat of reputation damage to “encourage” its victims to pay up.

You might be thinking that reputation damage wouldn’t be enough to make your firm shake in its boots, but you’d be wrong. These Dark Overlord cyberbullies use nasty tactics ...

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Tips for getting your IT security budget approved

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“Many boards now have a clear focus on information security risks. This is not always reflected across the broader organization. Security and risk management professionals must manage and defend security budgets to meet stakeholder expectations of protection.”

These words, published on the Gartner website, are frustratingly true for many firms out there.

CIOs oversee the accessibility, confidentiality and integrity of files and systems. This means they must introduce new and maintain old systems, ensuring everyone can who ...

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Winning Support for Data Breach Prevention

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 Getting Buy In At The C-Level

With the plethora of data breaches in recent months, especially the high-profile Target incident, the topic of breach prevention may now be on the minds of more CEOs and boards of directors. But getting buy-in for funding still requires educating executives on the risks that could have a material impact on the business and raising awareness of critical data security issues.

“[Breach prevention] has certainly garnered attention with executives,” says ...

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