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Non-repudiation: Your Virtual Shield in Cybersecurity

In the digital world, where countless users communicate, share data, and engage in diverse activities, determining the origin and actions behind these interactions can be quite challenging. This is where non-repudiation steps in. Coupling other security factors, such as delivery proof, identity verification, and a digital signature, creates non-repudiation. This guarantees that the parties involved in the transmission are unable to renounce the execution of an action.

Evaluating the differences: What businesses should know about PCI DSS v4.0 versus v3.2.1

In the realm of payment security, the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) provides a critical framework that guides businesses to protect cardholder information against breaches and fraud. As the digital landscape evolves and cybersecurity threats become increasingly sophisticated, the PCI DSS sets guidelines and requirements for securing payment card data, with periodic updates to address emerging threats.

Safeguarding Your Business: A Comprehensive Guide to Preventing Ransomware Attacks

February 28, 2024 | By Sagi Brody As the Chief Technology Officer at Opti9, I’ve spent over two decades navigating the ever-evolving landscape of digital infrastructure. According to the Ransomware Trends Report 2023, at least 93% of cyberattacks targeted backup infrastructure. Clearly, cyber criminals are becoming more proficient in the ability to take your data for ransom.

Integrating Calico Image Assurance (Vulnerability Management) with Azure DevOps Build Pipeline

In cloud-native software development, ensuring the supply chain security of containerized applications in Kubernetes (K8s) environments is of utmost importance. With the continuous evolution of threats, safeguarding your containerized applications at every stage is not a choice anymore; it is an absolute necessity. With Calico’s vulnerability management, you can scan container images across three pivotal application lifecycle stages: Let’s break down the scanning guardrails offered by Calico.

How Is Ransomware Delivered?

Some of the most common ways ransomware is delivered are through phishing emails, drive-by downloads, exploit kits and RDP exploits. According to Malwarebytes’ 2024 State of Malware report, in 2023 the number of known ransomware attacks increased by 68% from the previous year. The report also found that the largest ransom demanded in 2023 was $80 million.

WEF Is Waging War on Misinformation and Cyber Insecurity

What is the greatest cyber risk in the world right now? Ransomware? Business Email Compromise? Maybe AI? Well, the last one is pretty close. According to the World Economic Forum, misinformation and disinformation are the most severe global risks of the next two years. In their Global Risks Report 2024, the WEF posited that the post-pandemic world is at a "turning point," with the two key problems possessing the power to do everything, from challenging mental health to eroding human rights.

What We Learned from the 2024 State of Cybersecurity Survey

Cybersecurity is a pressing topic of concern for most organizations today, as any amount of sensitive data or digital assets can present a security risk. Understanding the digital landscape, threat trends, and the way they change over time is an essential step in defending against cyberattacks. It can be daunting for any organization to stay in the loop and maintain perspective on cyberthreats and security practices.

New Research: Ransomware Incidents Spike 84% in 2023

Newly-released data covering cyberthreats experienced in 2023 sheds some light on how very different last year was and paints a picture of what to expect of cyber attacks in 2024. As someone who looks a lot at industry data, I really want it to be as relevant as possible. But it’s also important to see the larger trends over the recent past to begin to predict what’s to come.