Tag: cyberattacks

Not if, but when: in the face of increasing cyber risks, businesses must have a strong safety net

Not if, but when: in the face of increasing cyber risks, businesses must have a strong safety net

Mazars, the international audit, tax and advisory firm, has released its cyber security report: is your safety net strong enough? According to research amongst more than 1,000 C-suite executives worldwide, cyber security is now a major preoccupation among corporate leaders. Effective cyber defence has become a delicate balancing act for many businesses; having a strong safety net that can cushion […]

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Attacks Against the Government Sector

Attacks Against the Government Sector

The government sector, both U.S. and international, is a prime target for hackers. Attacks from organized criminals, foreign countries, political hacktivists, and others not only erode public trust in targeted government entities, but can also seriously impact government operations and the ability to deliver critical functions—not to mention the financial cost and risk to sensitive information and vital infrastructure. This […]

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4 Ways to Build Cybersecurity Resilience

4 Ways to Build Cybersecurity Resilience

From third-party supply chain attacks to exploits targeting Microsoft Exchange to worries about our election security and infrastructure, the world faces unprecedented and unrelenting cybersecurity challenges. U.S. Secretary of Homeland Security Alejandro N. Mayorkas, Girl Scouts’ Interim CEO Judith Batty, and Dr. Chutima Boonthum-Denecke from Hampton University’s Computer Science Department discussed those issues at a special event hosted by RSA […]

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