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Varonis Blog Highlights 110 Cybersecurity Statistics


Cybersecurity company Varonis has issued its predictions for the forthcoming year with a blog post entitled 110 Cybersecurity Statics For 2020. The blog states that cybersecurity issues are becoming a day-to-day struggle for businesses. Recent trends and cybersecurity statistics reveal a huge increase in hacked and breached data from sources that are increasingly common in the workplace, like mobile and IoT devices.

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UK To Go On The Cyber Offensive


The UK Government is about to launch a new proactive and offensive cybersecurity team that will wage cyberwarfare against hostile nation-states and online crime organisations. It would be naive to believe that the UK has not launched cyberattacks against third parties, but the killing of Qassem Soleimani has brought this out into the open.

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Are You Ready For Iranian Revenge Cyberattacks?


Following the killing of Qassem Suleimani no-one can be sure of what military action Iran will take, but experts agree that its cyberattacks will increase against countries and governments it sees as hostile.

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Ringing The Changes For IOT Security


Buying and installing a cyber-doorbell through which you can monitor callers even if you are away from home makes sense, yes? Not unless you are a user from Alabama who has launched a $5million legal against action after it is alleged that a hacker cracked the Ring doorbell and started harassing the family.

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Keeping Kids Safe Online This Christmas And Beyond


Odds on, this Christmas millions of children will be getting their first smartphone in their Christmas stocking. It will be a time of excitement for the kids, but a nervous one for parents who will have to set guidelines for use on social media and other interactive ways that their offspring can interact with friends.

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Kaspersky Outlines Information Security In Loss Figures


To budget for information security, companies need to consider factors such as average potential losses, preferably by incident type, as well as other businesses’ average outlays on security.

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The Worst 10 Cyberattacks Of The Decade


To most people who read the tech news and take an interest in all things cyber, hacking and cyberattacks are a daily occurence. As organisations attempt to build cyberwalls to protect their data, hackers and cybercriminals get more sophisticated in how they penetrate firealls and steal data.

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Report outlines key business cybersecurity trends for 2020


A new report from Trend Micro gives businesses advanced warning of what they should do to protect their organisations in 2020.

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UK Government Calls For Cybersecurity Views


As part of the Government’s current review of cybersecurity incentives and regulations, Digital Minister Matt Warman has today launched a call for evidence to seek views from across the industry.

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Kaspersky Highlights Information Security In Loss Figures


To budget for information security, companies need to consider factors such as average potential losses, preferably by incident type, as well as other businesses’ average, outlays on security, Says the latest security report from Kaspersky.

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Half Of Global Organisations Not Prepared For Cyberattacks


It is believed that more than 4,000 cyberattacks occur daily worldwide, but half of organisations across the globe admit they are not prepared for such events.

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Secure Your Physical Business Against Data Theft


Data theft does not just happen in cyberspace, but in the physical business environment, too. Lax physical security can allow criminals to access your computers, filing cabinets, documents left on desktops, etc. Here are some tips for you to ensure your everyday working environment is safe and secure.

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