The changing world of cybersecurity: expected trends in the world of cyber for 2022

The year is almost over – reason enough for us to take a look at what’s ahead. This is the first in a series of predictions from cybersecurity experts of what we can expect in 2022. But beware: Predictions are difficult, especially about the future!

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Computer Security Day: Technology, Training and Trust

Computer Security Day comes around every 30th November as a reminder for enterprises to make security a strategic priority. With this in mind, we spoke to nine technology industry experts about the importance of taking cybersecurity seriously and the best methods in defending your organisation against cyber attacks.

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Bag a bargain safely this Black Friday weekend

Black Friday has exploded worldwide over the past couple of years. With all these shoppers online, Black Friday is like an ‘Early Christmas’ for cyber criminals. We spoke to industry experts about the steps organisations can take to enjoy a successful and trouble-free Black Friday.

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Video Byte: Security Service Edge

SASE, CASB, Zero Trust, SSE – confused yet by all the abbrevations and acryonyms? Cybersecurity ist a highly dynamic field, and even the analysts find it hard to keep up.
We asked Mike Schuricht, VP Products at Forcepoint, to shed some light on Security Service Edge and explains its relationship to SASE and some other cybersecurity abbreviations in this Video Byte.

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How to Strengthen Your Organisation’s Password Hygiene

For organisations, employees neglecting to set strong passwords or having poor password habits can increase vulnerability to its cybersecurity strategy. sing strong passwords for account logins is one of the basic steps, yet time and time again, employees fail to comply with security policies at work.

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Myths, statistics and holistic security – are insiders the real problem?

A 17-year-old FBI report claimed that 80 per cent of data breaches originate internally. A recent report on Statista, demonstrates that the problem is much more nuanced.

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