Cybersecurity

23 01, 2017

5 Security Management Trends to Watch in 2017

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Cybersecurity can’t sit still. As we look ahead to what this year has in store for the security management landscape, organizations globally should be paying attention to five key trends.
31 10, 2016

Businesses Putting Money Where Its Cybersecurity Is

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National Cybersecurity Awareness Month is pushing for employees from the break room to the board room help keep their organization secure. See how and why the C-suite is committing like never before.
12 10, 2016

Closing the Cybersecurity Skills Gap — Calling All Women

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Three tips for the cybersecurity industry looking to attract more women to the profession and close the million-man-wide skills gap
1 09, 2016

The Age of the APT

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Cyber events of recent weeks have made governments, network security vendors and just about everyone else feel the heat of advanced persistent threats.
22 08, 2016

The NSA Hack and New Zero-Day Vulnerabilities: How Skybox Can Help

By | August 22nd, 2016|Cybersecurity|Comments Off on The NSA Hack and New Zero-Day Vulnerabilities: How Skybox Can Help on The NSA Hack and New Zero-Day Vulnerabilities: How Skybox Can Help

Organizations everywhere are in a race to find how the newly disclosed Cisco and Fortinet zero-day vulnerabilities impact their network. See how total visibility, scanless vulnerability detection and consolidated vulnerability intelligence from Skybox can help.
27 06, 2016

Ponemon Data Breach Study: Who has an extra $4M laying around?

By | June 27th, 2016|Cybersecurity|Comments Off on Ponemon Data Breach Study: Who has an extra $4M laying around? on Ponemon Data Breach Study: Who has an extra $4M laying around?

The latest Ponemon 2016 Cost of Data Breach study contains some interesting (read: scary!) insight on how much the average data breach costs. You have 4 million reasons to read on.
23 03, 2016

Gartner Defines New Technology Class for Security Operations, Analytics and Reporting

By | March 23rd, 2016|Cybersecurity|Comments Off on Gartner Defines New Technology Class for Security Operations, Analytics and Reporting on Gartner Defines New Technology Class for Security Operations, Analytics and Reporting

See how Skybox SOAR-style technologies help create agile and holistic security programs through analytics, automation, reporting and workflow management.
25 02, 2016

Locky Ransomware Infects 100K Endpoints per Day

By | February 25th, 2016|Cybersecurity|Comments Off on Locky Ransomware Infects 100K Endpoints per Day on Locky Ransomware Infects 100K Endpoints per Day

Newly surfaced ransomware is infecting on a mass scale, and its “user friendliness” is pointing to the growing trend of malware as a service
18 02, 2016

Ransomware sets sights on businesses, LA hospital pays up

By | February 18th, 2016|Cybersecurity|Comments Off on Ransomware sets sights on businesses, LA hospital pays up on Ransomware sets sights on businesses, LA hospital pays up

Hollywood Presbyterian pays $17K to cybercriminals after crypto-ransomware locks employees out of network. Joins a string of businesses who find themselves cyber hostages and have paid the price.