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NTT, Palo Alto partner for managed SASE with AIOps

NTT, Palo Alto partner for managed SASE with AIOps

A new offering from IT services provider NTT combines Palo Alto Networks’ Prisma SASE offering with NTT’s managed network services and AIOps infrastructure. SASE – secure…

Pros and cons of managed SASE

Pros and cons of managed SASE

AmerCareRoyal, which provides disposable products for the food service and hospitality industries, is the product of six mergers and acquisitions over the past several years,…

How AI chatbot ChatGPT changes the phishing game

How AI chatbot ChatGPT changes the phishing game

ChatGPT, OpenAI’s free chatbot based on GPT-3.5, was released on 30 November 2022 and racked up a million users in five days. It is capable of…

The cybersecurity challenges and opportunities of digital twins

The cybersecurity challenges and opportunities of digital twins

Digital twins are a digital representation of objects, structures or systems that give organizations greater insight into the life cycle of these objects, but this…

Cyberattacks Are Bypassing Multi-Factor Authentication

Cyberattacks Are Bypassing Multi-Factor Authentication

There has been a recent surge in cyber attacks which dodge past multi-factor authentication (MFA) security measures, putting data center systems at risk. The challenge…

How to Secure Digital Twin Technology in Your Data Center

How to Secure Digital Twin Technology in Your Data Center

A compelling use case in the data center industry for digital twins is the inspection and maintenance of high-risk electrical equipment. But a digital twin also multiplies any underlying security…

IoT security strategy from those who use connected devices

IoT security strategy from those who use connected devices

Freeman Health System has around 8,000 connected medical devices in its 30 facilities in Missouri, Oklahoma, and Kansas. Many of these devices have the potential…

What is Quantum Computing and What Does It Have to Do with Encryption?

What is Quantum Computing and What Does It Have to Do with Encryption?

Data center cybersecurity managers have been getting warnings for years that quantum computing was on its way and it would break all existing encryption. With quantum…

Top 5 security risks of Open RAN

Top 5 security risks of Open RAN

When a cell phone or other mobile device connects to the nearest cell tower, the communication takes place over something called a RAN — a…

AI in cybersecurity: Raising the stakes for enterprise defense

AI in cybersecurity: Raising the stakes for enterprise defense

Artificial intelligence is supercharging the cyberwarfare between attackers and victims. Enterprises, governments and other organizations now have access to more powerful weapons in their defensive…

6 signs your IAM strategy is failing, and how to fix it

6 signs your IAM strategy is failing, and how to fix it

Companies have been developing and executing identity and access management (IAM) strategies for decades. “It started with mainframe time sharing, so nothing is new,” says Jay Bretzmann,…

Adversarial machine learning explained: How attackers disrupt AI and ML systems

Adversarial machine learning explained: How attackers disrupt AI and ML systems

As more companies roll out artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) projects, securing them becomes more important. A report released by IBM and Morning Consult in…

9 ways hackers will use machine learning to launch attacks

9 ways hackers will use machine learning to launch attacks

Machine learning and artificial intelligence (AI) are becoming a core technology for some threat detection and response tools. The ability to learn on the fly…

Bugs in the data center: How social engineering impacts physical security

Bugs in the data center: How social engineering impacts physical security

One data center management team learned the hard way that bugs can be a menace — or, to be more specific, the people who hunt…

7 machine identity management best practices

7 machine identity management best practices

Machine identities are a large, and fast-growing part of the enterprise attack surface. The number of machines—servers, devices, and services—is growing rapidly and efforts to…

Fantastic Open Source Cybersecurity Tools and Where to Find Them

Fantastic Open Source Cybersecurity Tools and Where to Find Them

Open source is a double-edged sword for information security. On the one hand, security professionals rely on countless open source security software tools, frameworks, and…

Microchip Adds Real-Time Security to Its Root of Trust Silicon Tech

Microchip Adds Real-Time Security to Its Root of Trust Silicon Tech

Security is a multi-step process. There’s a chain of trust, with each link verified and authenticated by the one that comes before. But eventually, the…

Machine Identity Management: A Fast-Growing Frontier of Security

Machine Identity Management: A Fast-Growing Frontier of Security

The number of machines enterprise security teams have to manage is exploding. When it comes to computing infrastructure, servers have been supplanted by virtual machines,…

Legitimate Security Tool Used Against Ukrainian Power Grid, Now Top Global Threat

Legitimate Security Tool Used Against Ukrainian Power Grid, Now Top Global Threat

Earlier this year, security researchers reported the use of legitimate security tools in multiple attacks against Ukrainian organizations, including government agencies, non-profits, and tech companies.…

What is the cyber kill chain? A model for tracing cyberattacks

What is the cyber kill chain? A model for tracing cyberattacks

As an infosec professional, you’ve likely heard about using a cyber kill chain to help identify and prevent intrusions. Attackers are evolving their methods, which…

6 Reasons Why More Automation Means More Secure Software

6 Reasons Why More Automation Means More Secure Software

In an age when applications are broken down into microservices, and networks are distributed across regions and clouds, software is being produced faster than ever, in…

Who’s selling SASE and what do you get?

Who’s selling SASE and what do you get?

Demand for secure access service edge (SASE) has grown tremendously during the pandemic. As adoption picks up, vendors are promising feature-rich and integrated SASE solutions. Customers have…

Physical Infrastructure Cybersecurity: A Growing Problem for Data Centers

Physical Infrastructure Cybersecurity: A Growing Problem for Data Centers

Modern data center infrastructure management (DCIM) platforms and other new tools put more power in the hands of facility managers. As a result, data centers…

Cloudflare Expands Email Security and WAF, Announces API Security Service

Cloudflare Expands Email Security and WAF, Announces API Security Service

Cloudflare is best known for its content delivery network and DDoS mitigation services, but it has been steadily expanding into other areas of web security…

AWS, Azure Vulnerabilities Would Have Allowed Access To Other Customers’ Accounts

AWS, Azure Vulnerabilities Would Have Allowed Access To Other Customers’ Accounts

Researchers from Orca Security have found two vulnerabilities in Amazon’s AWS and Microsoft’s Azure clouds that could have allowed users access to other customers’ infrastructure. Both Amazon…

Network Encryption: A Double-edged Sword for Cybersecurity

Network Encryption: A Double-edged Sword for Cybersecurity

In 2013, less than half of all web traffic was encrypted, according to Google. Today, the rate of network encryption stands at 95%. On the one hand, that’s…

How attackers sidestep the cyber kill chain

How attackers sidestep the cyber kill chain

The idea of the cyber kill chain was first developed by Lockheed Martin more than a decade ago. The basic idea is that attackers perform reconnaissance, find…

Gartner: SSE is SASE minus the SD-WAN

Gartner: SSE is SASE minus the SD-WAN

SASE adoption has been skyrocketing since the start of the pandemic. Secure access service edge, a term Gartner coined in 2019, combines security and networking…

Enterprises Need To Prepare for Broader Cyberwar

Enterprises Need To Prepare for Broader Cyberwar

As the fighting in Ukraine escalates and it looks like Russia won’t have the quick and easy victory it anticipated, the war is already having…

Nine Best Practices for Zero Trust

Nine Best Practices for Zero Trust

With the escalation of hostilities in Ukraine, increased activity by cybercriminal groups, and an ever-expanding attack surface caused by enterprises migrating to the cloud and…