• Lack of Skills is Biggest Threat Intelligence Challenge According to New Survey

    Lack of Skills is Biggest Threat Intelligence Challenge According to New Survey

    Vulcan Cyber, developers of the unified cyber risk and security posture management platform, recently announced the latest results of its ongoing research into vulnerability risk management initiatives and risk impact on business operations. The survey finds 75% of organizations have dedicated threat intelligence teams and two-thirds have dedicated threat intelligence budgets

  • Old Spaghetti Factory Improves its Security Infrastructure

    Interface Systems, a managed service provider delivering business security, managed network, UCaaS, and business intelligence solutions to distributed enterprises, recently announced that The Old Spaghetti Factory (OSF), a family-owned and operated restaurant chain with over 40 locations across 13 states, has chosen Interface’s suite of managed services to transform its network, voice and security infrastructure.

  • Oklahoma Casino Uses Face-Based Security Software Incorporated in Its Cameras

    Oklahoma Casino Uses Face-Based Security Software Incorporated in Its Cameras

    Vision AI company Oosto announced its partnership with Muscogee Nation Gaming Enterprises, one of the largest tribal casino owners and operators in the U.S., to protect its flagship River Spirit Casino and Resort’s gaming floors in Oklahoma, with face-based security software incorporated throughout its facility’s cameras.

  • Research: One-Third of Organizations Forced to Change Leadership as a Result of a Cyberattack

    Research: One-Third of Organizations Forced to Change Leadership as a Result of a Cyberattack

    IT and security leaders must address, on average, one cyberattack per week according to a new study released titled “The State of Data Security” by Rubrik Zero Labs. Rubrik, the Zero Trust Data Security Company, commissioned a study from Wakefield Research to gather insights from more than 1,600 security and IT leaders including CISOs, CIOs, VPs, and Directors across 10 countries.

  • Securing Overlooked IoT Devices from Cyber Criminals

    Securing Overlooked IoT Devices from Cyber Criminals

    When it comes to cybersecurity, many organizations overlook IoT devices; but it is imperative that they are given equal consideration, as these devices are connected to the internet (i.e. printers, security cameras and smart home hubs) and can serve as an open door for cyber criminals.

  • Implementing Responsible Technology

    Implementing Responsible Technology

    There is a lot to talk about beyond security. Milestone has a way of making it happen, hosting its 24th annual MIPS conference in Minneapolis. The message is for integrators, as well as end users, to look at and review to total infrastructure.

  • Report: Ransomware Attacks Trending Down in the United States

    Report: Ransomware Attacks Trending Down in the United States

    SonicWall recently released new threat data through the third quarter of 2022. SonicWall recorded more than 4 billion malware attempts globally while year-to-date ransomware attempts in 2022 have already exceeded full-year totals from four of the last five years. In the recent 2022 SonicWall Cyber Threat Mindset Survey, 91% of organizations reported that they are most concerned about ransomware attacks, indicating a rise of anxiety among security professionals.

  • Top 5 Cloud Data Security Best Practices for Cyber Awareness Month and How to Get There

    Top 5 Cloud Data Security Best Practices for Cyber Awareness Month and How to Get There

    Cloud data security is a serious challenge most organizations face today. The cloud was designed for collaboration where every file or data element can be shared with anyone halfway around the globe. Cloud data can also be copied, duplicated, modified and passed along very easily. To illustrate the challenge, think about 100 different variations of a redlined sensitive contract that need to be protected, and consider that each variant can have different access privileges.

  • Research: Cybersecurity Remains Top Concern for Physical Security Professionals

    Research: Cybersecurity Remains Top Concern for Physical Security Professionals

    As cybersecurity awareness month continues to be a focus of discussion in October, new research conducted by Genetec, technology provider of unified security, public safety, operations, and business intelligence solutions, shows that cybersecurity remains a top concern for physical security professionals going into 2023.

  • The March to Mobile: How Mobile, Cloud-based Access Control is Changing Security

    “Mobile” might seem like a buzzword in the access control industry these days. However, use cases and demand are rapidly increasing. According to a survey, 62% of respondents have purchased access control solutions with mobile credential options over the past two years. What’s more, an estimated 14.7 million mobile credentials were downloaded globally in 2020.

  • Ahead of Current Events

    Ahead of Current Events

    In this episode, Ralph C. Jensen chats with Dana Barnes, president of global government at Dataminr. We talk about the evolution of Dataminr and how data software benefits business and personnel alike. Dataminr delivers the earliest warnings on high impact events and critical information far in advance of other sources, enabling faster response, more effective risk mitigation for both public and private sector organizations. Barnes recites Dataminr history and how their platform works. With so much emphasis on cybersecurity, Barnes goes into detail about his cybersecurity background and the measures Dataminr takes to ensure safe and secure implementation.

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