The State of Information Security 2018

The State of Information Security

As technology continues to advance worldwide, cybercriminals are leveraging new capabilities into more sophisticated cyberattacks.

PandaLabs, Panda Security’s anti-malware laboratory, tracks threat data in real time and has compiled it into a report highlighting 2018’s biggest cybersecurity trends, as well as emerging threats for 2019.

Download this report for:

  • A look at the strategies widely used by hackers and cybercriminals in 2018

  • A review of the world’s largest data breaches from the past year

  • Predictions for cybersecurity threats in 2019 and how you can prepare

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Cyber Security for Industrial Control Systems

Cyber Security for Industrial Control Systems

Industrial Control Systems (ICS) underpin individual businesses and National Critical Infrastructure around the world. They maintain control of power stations and nuclear plants, water distribution systems and manufacturing sites – and today, they are routinely targeted by cyberattackers looking to spy on, compromise and damage those organizations.

Historically, industrial networks were kept separate from corporate networks, but significant efficiency gains and a broad trend for digital interconnectivity have driven a convergence between Operational Technology (OT) and Information Technology (IT) systems. Adoption of new control technologies, and the introduction of the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) are also increasing the complexity and interconnections of traditional OT environments

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AI Driven Cyber Security Solutions

AI Driven Cyber Security Solutions

Artificial intelligence (AI) has become a security industry buzzword so broadly applied as to become almost meaningless. When every product boasts AI capabilities, security decision makers may quickly become cynical, even in the face of the most exciting innovation shaping cybersecurity today.

To effectively evaluate AI based security technologies, it is first important to understand the meaning of AI and machine learning in the context of cybersecurity

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Benefit of a Managed Security Service Provider

Benefit of a Managed Security Service Provider

Security has become a much more talked-about executive issue because of the broad diversity of media through which businesses can be attacked. Mobile devices, Bring Your Own Device (BYOD), virtualization, the cloud, and social media have all opened new doors into organizations worldwide. At the same time, most businesses need to manage a range of technologies provided by a variety of vendors, all of whose security approaches (as built into their technologies) are different. And, of course, the regulatory environment calls for an increasing number of types and levels of proven compliance

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Ransomware Report 2018 - Cybersecurity Awareness

Ransomware Report

Datto surveyed more than 2,400 managed service providers (MSPs) around the world about ransomware and published the key takeaways in this report. Download the report today to unlock new trends and statistics on the biggest threat facing the Channel, and what your peers are doing to prepare.

In this report, you will find:

New data on just how big a problem ransomware has become

The #1 threat to SMBs struck by ransomware (and no, it’s not the ransom)

Your peers’ most effective, and cost friendly, ransomware solutions

The Channel’s top predictions for where ransomware will strike next

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Dark Web Monitoring - Cyber Security Protecting

Dark Web Monitoring

CYBERSECOP Dark Web monitoring combines human and sophisticated Dark Web intelligence with search capabilities to identify, analyze, and proactively monitor for your organization’s compromised or stolen employee and customer data.

Identify Compromised Credentials That Can Be Used to Exploit Employees and Customers.

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Why do you need Data Loss Prevention

A wide range of high-profile data loss incidents have cost organizations millions of dollars in direct and indirect costs and have resulted in tremendous damage to brands and reputations. Many different types of incidents have occurred, including the sale of customer account details to external parties and the loss of many laptops, USB sticks, backup tapes and mobile devices, to name just a few. The vast majority of these incidents resulted from the actions of internal users and trusted third parties, and most have been unintentional.

As data is likely one of your organizations most valuable assets, protecting it and keeping it out of the public domain is of paramount importance. In order to accomplish this, a number of DLP controls must be implemented, combining strategic, operational and tactical measures.

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Cyber Security 10 Steps Program

Is your organization ready for 2019?

Data breaches are on the rise, small and large companies are being attacked on a daily basis. The CYBERSECOP 10 Step security boot camp can help. We understand, we help organizations like yours become secure and prepared to keep cyber criminals out.  .

Today’s Changing Security Landscape

CYBERSECOP 10 step Cybersecurity Framework is not meant to replace existing processes. It is used to align business processes and ensure that cybersecurity programs address all elements of a cybersecurity program as defined in the framework core. Additionally, CYBERSECOP Cybersecurity Framework assists organizations in adhering to compliance requirements. Many regulators have mapped their security controls to the Cybersecurity Framework.

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Information Security Program

Cyber security systems and principles are designed to safeguard company data, websites and web applications from attackers seeking to disrupt, delay, alter or redirect the flow of data. These attackers vary in target, motive, levels of organization, and technical capabilities, requiring public and private organizations to adopt ever-increasing measures to prevent cyber-attacks. Over the last five years, the number of cyber-attacks on businesses increased by 144%, the cost of cybercrime per company has increased by 95%, and the average time to resolve incidents has increased by 221%.1 Faced with the reality of this increasing threat, Additionally, a stream of large corporate breaches, including Target, Home Depot, eBay, JP Morgan, Sony, Equifax and others, exposed critical vulnerabilities that ignited investor and C-Suite pressure, demanding firms to act.

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