NEWS

89% of security leaders think traditional security approaches are failing in the face of modern threats

Research shows ‘game needs to be changed,’ with security innovation years behind that of the attackers, the board a decade behind security discussions and regulation needing more industry input.

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NEWS

Trend Micro research highlights the importance of securing enterprise credentials

Trend Micro has released new research detailing the murky cybercrime supply chain behind much of the recent surge in ransomware attacks. Demand has increased so much over the past two years that many cybercriminal markets now have their own “Access-as-a-Service” sections.

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NEWS

Costs, cyberattacks and compliance - cause for concern

Node4 has released its Mid-Market IT Priorities Report 2021. The independent report reveals that the UK’s Mid-Market IT Leadership expects to see a shortfall in IT spend in 2022. While 52% of IT decision-makers believe their 2021 budget met the ambitions of their team, there seems to be less certainty and confidence about future finances — 61% think their budget will need to increase in 2022, but only 13% expect it to.

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VIDEO

Partnerships the way forward for Channel security?

David Ellis, Vice President, Security and Mobility Solutions, Tech Data EMEA, talks through the challenges and opportunities for the Channel as digital transformation and, in particular, the rapid hybrid workplace evolution, place ever greater emphasis on the need for cybersecurity to be front and centre in almost any technology solution.

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Biometric-based authentication is set to become more prevalent in the UK, as over half (53%) of organisations expect to significantly increase their investment in biometric technologies.
Kaseya’s seventh benchmark survey finds cybersecurity and data protection continue to present the biggest challenges amidst a rise in cyberattacks.
61% of IT organizations have little to modest confidence to mitigate access security threats, despite a majority significantly increasing their near-term budget.
New research from Databarracks reveals organisations are benefiting from increased investment in IT security and cyber testing.
HP Wolf Security threat research team sees cybercriminals using legitimate cloud providers to host malware, and switching up file and script types to evade detection tools.
Least effective security measures are password-protected documents, facial recognition, and access controls.
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The powers of identity and privilege

By combining Okta, the leader in identity access management; SailPoint, the leader in identity governance; and CyberArk, the leader in privileged access security; organizations now have a unified solution to securely manage and govern all users.

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