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With cybersecurity risks on the rise, it’s understandable that companies are spending more on cybersecurity solutions. The problem is, more isn’t necessarily better.

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Anyone who hoped 2019 would bring a break in the pattern of rising data breach risks will be disappointed to learn that the first quarter of this year set new records in the worst way. A recent TechRepublic article notes “a record-breaking number of data breaches that exposed billions of documents to theft”  — the […]

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Cybersecurity costs keep going up as threats proliferate and companies spend more on endpoint detection and response (EDR) and security information and event management (SIEM) solutions. CISOs add new solutions in response to emerging threats, creating complex, layered defenses. But despite a huge investment of time and money, breaches keep happening. Last month, a threat […]

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Cyber defenders for cities are stuck between a rock and a ticking time bomb. One city after another falls prey to a growing number of attackers. Those not yet struck await what seems inevitable. Let’s see what we can learn from baltimore’s recent attack:

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Posted on Sep 26, 2018

AppGuard is facilitating a virtual panel discussion of CISOs on October 3rd to help them help each other better prepare for 2019. Attendees can expect to gain useful insights from peers and join the conversation. Five topics loosely tied to mitigating malware threats will be explored. 1. Evaluate current tools to determine what is and […]

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Posted on May 3, 2018

Soldiers in combat over the last century rapidly grow accustomed to the distant cacophony of artillery and bombs. Some even get desensitized to nearby explosions. How many of us react with shock and horror at a data breach headline? Few do. We all hear them rumbling in the distance all the time. Look at all […]

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Posted on Feb 19, 2018

THE ENTERPRISE IS BLOATED WITH CYBERSECURITY JUNK FOOD Over the last decade, adversaries have been quite artful in managing to steal from the enterprise, mostly by compromising its poorly protected endpoints. Year after year, the adversaries and defenders add new tools and practices to their craft. The adversary simply discards one thing when something better […]

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Posted on Oct 25, 2017

While most people worry that the Equifax data breach will cause a spike in identity theft and other cyber fraud, maybe we should be more concerned if this does NOT happen. Articles about Equifax and the breach headlined periodicals not just in the trade rags but also in the mainstream. Such coverage surprises no one […]

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