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DataVisor launches DCube delivering expanded control to data scientists and fraud teams  Voir?

DataVisor, the award-winning AI-powered fraud management company, announced the launch of DCube. DCube builds on DataVisor’s pioneering fraud platform to deliver a single, turnkey solution that introduces unprecedented advances to the current fraud management landscape. DCube supports the fraud management needs of large enterprises by enabling organizations to minimize risk exposure, while putting control in the hands of its users to proactively detect and stop fraud in real time. “As the enterprise rapidly moves towards … More

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(22/03/2019 @ 14:04)

Norsk Hydro cyber attack: What’s new?  Voir?

Norwegian aluminum producer Norsk Hydro ASA was hit by ransomware-wielding attackers early this week. The company lost no time in reacting and responding to the attack – they notified the authorities, called in experts to help, and (very laudably) committed to keeping the public informed. In the latest official update on the situation, the company shared that: With the help of experts from Microsoft and other IT security partners, they are working on reverting virus … More

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(22/03/2019 @ 11:58)

Worldwide spending on security solutions expected to continue growing  Voir?

Worldwide spending on security-related hardware, software, and services is forecast to reach $103.1 billion in 2019, an increase of 9.4% over 2017. This pace of growth is expected to continue for the next several years as industries invest heavily in security solutions to meet a wide range of threats and requirements. $133.8 billion by 2022 Worldwide spending on security solutions will achieve a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 9.2% over the 2018-2022 forecast period … More

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(22/03/2019 @ 07:30)

The privacy risks of pre-installed software on Android devices  Voir?

Many pre-installed apps facilitate access to privileged data and resources, without the average user being aware of their presence or being able to uninstall them. On the one hand, the permission model on the Android operating system and its apps allow a large number of actors to track and obtain personal user information. At the same time, it reveals that the end user is not aware of these actors in the Android terminals or of … More

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(22/03/2019 @ 07:15)

Cost of telecommunications fraud estimated at €29 billion a year  Voir?

As our society evolves, so does our reliance on telecommunications technology. Cybercriminals prey on our daily use of electronic devices and continuously seek out new ways to exploit vulnerabilities and access information. Cooperation and information-sharing between law enforcement and the private sector has therefore become essential in the fight against these types of crime. One example of this collaboration is the joint Cyber-Telecom Crime Report 2019, published by Europol and Trend Micro. The report gives … More

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(22/03/2019 @ 07:00)

Businesses have cybersecurity best practice guidelines but fail in practice  Voir?

Almost 70% of companies have cybersecurity best practice guidelines in place but neglect to take the necessary steps to secure their business. A staggering 44% of businesses admitted to not securing removable devices using anti-virus software, leaving their IT systems exposed to cybersecurity risks and GDPR fines, according to a new research conducted by ESET and Kingston Digital. The ESET and Kingston research looked at over 500 British business leaders to investigate how they are … More

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(22/03/2019 @ 06:45)

Quality Assurance and Testing is a bottleneck to implementing DevOps for many organizations  Voir?

The practice of Continuous Testing – the process of fast and efficient validation of software releases in agile developments through highly automated tests – is gaining ground in large enterprises, with almost a third of IT executives (32%) stating that their IT departments had ‘fully embraced Continuous Testing’. However, with 58% of enterprises deploying a new build daily (and 26% at least hourly), companies must work to improve their continuous testing effectiveness by streamlining their … More

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(22/03/2019 @ 06:30)

Experts to help boards tackle cybersecurity threats  Voir?

A consortium of UK cyber security experts including UCL academics is to support global businesses to tackle online threats and protect themselves from cybercrime. The Cyber Readiness for Boards project, which is jointly funded by the National Cyber Security Centre and the Lloyd’s Register Foundation, has launched to explore the factors shaping UK board decisions around cyber risk and develop interventions to provide guidance and support. Project lead and Director of the Research Institute in … More

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(22/03/2019 @ 06:00)

Nozomi Networks shares research and tools to help ICS community defend against cyber threats  Voir?

Nozomi Networks, the leader in industrial cyber security and operational visibility announced the launch of Nozomi Networks Labs. Focused on helping defend the industrial systems that support everyday life, Nozomi Networks Labs will share its own research and collaborate with partners, peers, universities, government and institutional reseachers. Its goal is to arm the ICS cyber security community with the information, tools and guidance necessary to reduce cyber threats to industrial and critical national infrastructure. As … More

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(22/03/2019 @ 02:30)

Code42 Next-Gen Data Loss Protection solution helps speed detection and response to insider threats  Voir?

Code42, the leader in next-gen data loss protection, announced its Code42 Next-Gen Data Loss Protection solution now includes advanced data exfiltration detection. A policy-free alternative to traditional data loss prevention (DLP), Code42’s enhanced solution offers security teams even more visibility into file movement. The file focus makes it quicker and easier to detect unauthorized or accidental data exfiltration and insider threats. Designed for scalability, in seconds the solution can search an entire organization for file … More

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