2019 is nearly over. Yet at least four billion records have been exposed through various cybersecurity breaches. If you’re reading this, it’s entirely possible you were affected, too.
About Rachel Levy Sarfin
Rachel Levy Sarfin is a Toronto-based freelance writer who has focused on B2B technologies (including digital security) since 2012.
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When you think about competitive advantages, what comes to mind? Some people might say “cost-cutting measures,” while others might suggest it’s the quality of products that speaks for you. Those are correct answers, but here’s something else you should consider: cybersecurity is a competitive advantage.
At the end of June 2019, a US Senate subcommittee presented its analysis of cybersecurity at American federal agencies. The results weren’t pretty – there were eight agencies with longstanding histories of being at risk for cyber terrorism. Moreover, at these agencies, problems could go on unchecked for up to a decade. Is the situation […]
When it comes to enterprise security, what’s the first thing that comes to mind? Most likely, it’s the trusty old firewall. However, the truth of the matter is that your firewall isn’t pulling its weight. A firewall alone simply isn’t enough protection against today’s cyber-threats.
In the middle of June 2019, security analysts announced that the same hackers responsible for Triton malware are scanning US electrical grids for an entry point to launch an attack. This news is particularly troubling, as Triton was designed to disable the safety instrument systems at a Saudi Arabian oil refinery. While the hackers haven’t […]