Many companies continue to leave themselves vulnerable to a major breach by overlooking how they manage their privileged accounts. Here, we outline best practices and provide tips on how to protect your firm from attack.
With the frequency of mega breaches continuing to rise it's essential your organisation can protect itself against a mega breach by deploying next-generation endpoint protection technology alongside an aggressive proactive hunting strategy.
Although it’s usually high-profile breaches of Fortune 100 companies that grab the headlines, small and mid-sized businesses are not immune from attack. If your company relies on IT systems then you are also at risk.
The cybersecurity landscape is rapidly changing and security teams need to keep up with this speed. How do you know whether the threat is dangerous? How do you increase your accuracy? And how do you prioritise and act fast?
Organisations spent a combined £123 billion on cybersecurity in 2016 and 2017. During the same period, 66 percent of organisations experienced and average of five or more data breaches. A larger security budget simply won’t solve the cyber security problem. An entirely new approach is required — Zero Trust Security.
One way cybercriminals obtain the resources and connections they need to engage in their activities is through the Internet underground or “dark web.” Definitions of the Internet underground may vary, but to Secureworks, it means the collection of Internet forums, digital shop fronts and chat rooms that cybercriminals use to form alliances, trade tools and techniques, and sell compromised data that can include banking details, personally identifiable information and other content.