DLP Technology – Why Does it Fail?

Author(s):

Alex Haynes, CISO, Cheshire Datasystems Ltd.

DLP Technology

Long ago, before GDPR, there was a class of technology called DLP that claimed to solve all your data leakage and data protection issues.  An acronym that stands for “data loss prevention” (it can also be referred to as “data leakage protection” or “data loss protection,” depending on who you are talking to) was supposed … Read more

The Rise of Cyber-Attacks in the Automotive Industry

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Rina Richell, SEO Analytics Manager,

Cyber-Attacks in the Automotive Industry

Losses to the tune of billions are experienced due to the rise of cyber-attacks in the automotive industry, and they are becoming progressively worse as more auto manufacturers join the autonomy space. Industry experts argue that autonomy is the future of the automotive industry, mainly because driverless cars are safer, more comfortable, and more convenient … Read more

Credentials: Check and Protect

Author(s):

Alex Haynes, CISO, Cheshire Datasystems Ltd.

Protect Credentials from Breaches

Today, breaches continue unabated at the same alarming rate to which we have grown accustomed. More than 36 billion records were exposed in 2020 alone and that’s only counting those we know about. The real figure will rise far higher. The rate of these data leaks is so frequent that it is hard to track … Read more

How to Protect Yourself and Your Data from Privacy Invasion Both On and Offline

Author(s):

James Keenan, Automation and Anonymity Evangelist, Smartproxy

Protect Yourself and Your Data from Privacy Invasion Both On and Offline

American author Joseph Heller once said that “You’re not paranoid if they’re really after you” add to this “and they are using technology to do so” and then you will have today’s reality. Protecting yourself from Big Brother is becoming increasingly necessary as governments become more invasive and smarter in their use of technology. This is … Read more

OnePlus Reveals Second Data Breach in Two Years

Author(s):

Caleb Townsend, Staff Writer, United States Cybersecurity Magazine

OnePlus

Smartphone manufacturer OnePlus has been the victim of a data breach in which an unauthorized party gained access to customer’s order information. One Plus has released a statement revealing that customer names, contact numbers, emails, and shipping addresses might have been susceptible to theft. However, they have revealed that customer’s payment information, passwords, and accounts … Read more

Network Intrusion: How to Detect and Prevent It

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Isabell Gaylord, ,

Intrusion, knights attacking laptop, cyber attack metaphor

A network intrusion refers to any forcible or unauthorized activity on a digital network. These unauthorized activities almost always imperil the security of networks and their data. Nowadays, online brands and companies are the usual subjects of these attacks. However, to properly deal with this, organizations should have a cybersecurity team in place. This will … Read more

How to Write a Cybersecurity Policy For Your Company

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Chloe Bennet, Cybersecurity Manager, Fast Assignment Help, Write My Dissertation Cheap, Help With Homework

Group of employees being briefed on the Cybersecurity Policy

Cybersecurity is one of those areas that executives frequently overlook. However, it is hugely important. The problem usually lies with the speed at which technology develops and the ease with which fields within technology evolve. People who are looking to exploit new technology stay up to date with the latest innovations. In contrast, those who … Read more

Fingerprint Scanners: How Do They Work?

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Zehra Ali, ,

Fingerprint Scanner, Fingerprint Scanning, Thumb on Scanner

We are under the attack of many assailants. Malicious actors can harm us in so many ways that we cannot even fathom it. The most common tactic they use is by stealing someone’s identification and using it as their own. For this reason, many IT technicians are working on new technologies to get rid of … Read more