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Internet of Things and the Risk for Cybersecurity

Internet of Things is a network of interconnected devices, software, sensors, or people that are provided with unique identifiers (UIDs), with the ability to transfer data over a network without the need for human interaction. Many #IoT devices remain unmonitored and improperly managed. These risks can become life-threatening when it involves the #healthcare sector. Any time #data is transferred, received, or stored, the potential for breaches increases.

AppSec Decoded: Get the most out of your open source software | Synopsys

Watch our latest edition of AppSec Decoded as Tim Mackey, principal security strategist at Synopsys Cybersecurity Research Center, and Taylor Armerding, security advocate at Synopsys Software Integrity Group, discuss the value of Black Duck® by Synopsys audit services in the M&A world, and ways to reap the benefits of your open source software without falling victim to the risks.

How We Help You Monitor Suppliers' Risk

We did an ROI analysis of SecurityScorecard. Here's what we found out: Companies achieve a close to 200% ROI over 3 years. Here's how: Continuously monitoring cyber threats is difficult to handle for small cyber teams, forcing them to hire more people. In the current economic climate, those personnel costs make up the bulk of company expenses. SecurityScorecard allows you to streamline your third-party risk management program and run your TPM program with a smaller, more efficient team.

Flow Use Case: Automate Continuous Firewall Traffic Monitoring

This Flow allows you to monitor all the traffic from your firewall by correlating it against a table that contains malicious IP addresses. If there is a match, Flow will generate an enriched event that will be logged in a designated my.app table. From this new table, you can take further action by creating detection rules to identify threats that put your organization at risk. Table of Contents.

Cybersecurity Insights - MFA Requirements for Salesforce

Salesforce started enforcing the use of multi-factor authentication since February 1st 2022, and they will be auto-enabling it as well. Companies using Salesforce should make sure they implement MFA with the right methods in order to comply with contractual obligations, but also to protect against attacks using stolen credentials.