machine learning

What is Machine Learning and How Does It Benefit Cybersecurity?

The future of a wide variety of industries is being shaped by the advent of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in technological processes that previously took massive amounts of manpower and attention to detail. The automation of these processes through AI techniques like Machine Learning is a big win for cybersecurity, where they can help catch and prevent all kinds of cyberattacks.

data breach

Credible Strategies Your Business Can Use to Avoid a Data Breach

Hackers steal data from both large corporations and small businesses. If you look at news stories, you may think that hackers are out to get only the big companies that have an enormous amount of data. What most people don’t realize is that around 90% of data breaches affect small and medium-sized businesses. Without a good cybersecurity plan in place, your company can become a victim of an attack as well.

ransomware

Covid-19: Ruthless Ransomware Authors Attack Hospitals

The Coronavirus outbreak continues to hold the entire world hostage, and healthcare facilities are at the forefront of this struggle. The fact that hospitals and pharmaceutical labs are overwhelmed with work and research makes them more vulnerable to malware attacks than ever before. Saving lives is their top priority and everything else comes next. Malicious actors don’t seem to care about the importance of these commendable efforts, though. They are waging a cyberwar against medical organizations as if the COVID-19 emergency weren’t underway.

healthcare cybersecurity frameworks

Cybersecurity Frameworks in Healthcare (And How to Adopt Them)

Just like any other industry, healthcare must be ready to handle cybersecurity threats.

What’s more, clinics and hospitals have to prove over and over again – the devices, technologies, and methods they use don’t bring any risk to patients. 

To do that, healthcare institutions start compiling their security with recognized standards and frameworks like NIST or HITRUST. 

But what exactly is a security framework? Which one should you use? What’s the right way to implement it?

continuous monitoring

Third CISO Roundtable Overview – Building a Defendable Enterprise with Continuous Monitoring

It was our third CISO roundtable that we hosted at a local vineyard and the conversation was as lively as ever. I’m not sure if it was the wine tasting, the food or the experience of the CISO’s in attendance, but this event was lively discussion that focused on “Building a Defendable Enterprise with Continuous Monitoring”. The excitement and passion that was coming back from our attendees was nothing short of encouraging to see how these leaders in our field are taking their roles serious in defending their organizations. It was once again a privilege to be in the midst of these leaders learning from their wisdom and experience in the field. This blog is being written as recap of a few highlighted discussion points throughout evening that were discussed.

regulations

7 Cyber Regulations Your Business Don’t Prepare For (But Should Be)

The last five years have been monumental for cybersecurity. Between data breaches that have affected the world’s biggest corporations and new laws passed worldwide to ensure better data security, the increased focus on securing data is a welcome one.

However, the number of cybersecurity threats is going. According to a UK-based firm, Hiscox, 50% of surveyed firms experiences an attack, up from 40% over the same period during the past year.