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Effective cybersecurity can help in accelerating business transformation
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Effective cybersecurity can help in accelerating business transformation

Staying agile while adding resources into cybersecurity developments will ensure that your business is equipped to adjust to the risk scenario

Tech companies need to take responsibility for the chaos they create: Apple CEO Tim Cook
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Tech companies need to take responsibility for the chaos they create: Apple CEO Tim Cook

if you built a chaos factory, you can't dodge the responsibility for the chaos, said Cook at his Stanford commencement speech

Protecting data today requires a comprehensive and scalable security solution
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Protecting data today requires a comprehensive and scalable security solution

Data breaches can result in sensitive data loss, server outages and costly legal liabilities.

Verizon will not be protected from lawsuits over Yahoo's mishandling of 2013 and 2016 data breaches: Report
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Verizon will not be protected from lawsuits over Yahoo's mishandling of 2013 and 2016 data breaches: Report

Yahoo was accused of being too slow to disclose three data breaches that occurred from 2013 and 2016, increasing users’ risk of identity theft.

FBI's Internet Crime Complaint Centre reports 24 percent rise in cyber crime
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FBI's Internet Crime Complaint Centre reports 24 percent rise in cyber crime

Losses from cyber crimes rose 24 percent in 2016 to over $1.33 billion, according to a report by the Federal Bureau of Investigation's IC3.

36.6 million data records were breached in 33 data breaches in India last year
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36.6 million data records were breached in 33 data breaches in India last year

Nearly 36.6 million data records were compromised in India last year in 33 data breaches - a 14 percent rise as compared to 2015, a new report said on Monday.

Verizon report claims that data breaches are turning more complex and damaging
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Verizon report claims that data breaches are turning more complex and damaging

Data breaches are becoming more pervasive and damaging and are now affecting every department within an organisation - leaving a lingering, if not lasting, imprint on an enterprise, a new report said on Tuesday.

Digital security firm Gemalto reveals data breaches increased by 15 percent since 2015
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Digital security firm Gemalto reveals data breaches increased by 15 percent since 2015

A digital security firm has revealed that the incidence of reported data breaches has risen by 15 percent in the first half of 2016 as compared to the second half of 2015.

90% of firms plan to increase investments in mobile security over next 12 months
Business

90% of firms plan to increase investments in mobile security over next 12 months

A whopping 95 percent of the IDG respondents say a rise in data on or accessed by mobile devices increases the risk of a security breach.

IT security spending to hit $75.4 billion in 2015, thanks to mega breaches
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IT security spending to hit $75.4 billion in 2015, thanks to mega breaches

The increase in spending is being driven by government initiatives, increased legislation and high-profile data breaches, says Gartner.

Secret Service urges US lawmakers to do more on cyber crime
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Secret Service urges US lawmakers to do more on cyber crime

The Secret Service on Monday urged US lawmakers to do more to prevent the types of cyber thefts of consumer information that recently have hit Target Corp and other major retailers.

Symantec Report Reveals Threefold Increase In Small Business Attacks
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Symantec Report Reveals Threefold Increase In Small Business Attacks

Small businesses are attractive targets themselves and a way in to ultimately reach larger companies via "watering hole" techniques.

Verizon's Data Breach Predictions For 2013
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Verizon's Data Breach Predictions For 2013

The most likely threats involve authentication attacks and failures, continued espionage and "hacktivism" attacks, web application exploits and social engineering.

Data Breaches Get Personal: Symantec Intelligence Report, 2012
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Data Breaches Get Personal: Symantec Intelligence Report, 2012

What may seem surprising is that a person's real name is by far the most common item to be stolen in a data breach, where it is obtained 55 percent of the time.

Veracode Certifies Infor LN For Application Security And Risk Management
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Veracode Certifies Infor LN For Application Security And Risk Management

This certification demonstrates Infor's ongoing commitment to security in order to help mitigate customers' risk in areas such as: reputation damage, financial loss, etc.

One in five financial firms 'don't know' whether they've suffered data breaches
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One in five financial firms 'don't know' whether they've suffered data breaches

A recent study from PwC and Iron Mountain shows worrying level of complacency among Europe's financial services firms. ...

Security Strategies To Curtail Data Breaches
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Security Strategies To Curtail Data Breaches

Vishal Salvi, CISO, HDFC Bank talks about new age security threats, APTs and how to prevent them.

Top Five Issues To Look Out While Revising Privacy Policies
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Top Five Issues To Look Out While Revising Privacy Policies

Gartner says half of all organisations will revise their privacy policies by end-2012

Misconceptions That Leave Small Businesses Vulnerable To Data Breaches
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Misconceptions That Leave Small Businesses Vulnerable To Data Breaches

Beazley urges small businesses to educate themselves on the full ramifications of data breach attacks

'Insiders' Number One Cause Of Data Breaches: Compuware Survey
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'Insiders' Number One Cause Of Data Breaches: Compuware Survey

The study also shows that 41 percent of all data breaches occurred in a mainframe environment, putting abundant confidential customer data at risk considering more than 80 percent of the world's corporate and governmental data resides on mainframes.