What's keeping IT professionals awake at night? Data storage, data access and data sharing
Security professionals point to bored and distracted employees as biggest potential data security risk, according to Centrify poll
Over half say they would trust technology over humans as a way of avoiding mistakes
Company to add Boston-based Komand to Rapid7 Insight platform to increase effectiveness of lean security and IT teams with simplified workflow solutions
Rapid7 marries security and IT analytics with business context, and now will offer the ability to automate responses and investigations
Top ten phishing results show human error is still the weakest link
Emails from unknown senders should be treated with great care no matter how official the subject line may seem.
GDPR compliance not relevant to us say UK decision makers, while one in five admit they don’t know – new NTT Security Risk:Value report shows
Company representatives comment on latest vunerabilities and security breaches
Apple dominates social conversation as UK’s most loved brand
- tech giant takes top spot in new UK Brand Lovelist -
Formation of “NTT Security”, a Specialized Security Company
Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation (abbreviated to NTT; Head Office: Chiyoda-Ku, Tokyo; President: Hiroo Unoura) is establishing “NTT Security Corporation”, a specialized security company to deliver Managed Security Services (MSS) and specialized security expertise through the NTT operating companies worldwide. The services offered by NTT Security are based on NTT’s advanced analytics technologies, threat intelligence and the security experts of NTT Com Security, Solutionary, Dimension Data, NTT Innovation Institute and NTT Communications.
Rapid7 Nexpose Now Offers Live Exposure Management, Gives Customers the Power to Act at the Moment of Impact
Advances to Nexpose designed to help reduce risk remediation from weeks to minutes, provide live risk prioritisation as network exposures happen, and eliminate false alerts and bottlenecks associated with passive scanning
A quarter of online users would continue to use a site that suffered a data breach
Theft of credit card information is seen as biggest threat to privacy online
70% of UK consumers have no plans to shop online on Black Friday
25 November 2015, Theale, Reading – While more than two thirds (68 per cent) of online users would immediately stop using a bank or retailer if the site suffered a security attack or data breach, a quarter would continue using the site. This is according to a survey conducted for global information security and risk management company, NTT Com Security.
When Data is on the Move: Remote Working and its Risks
Remote working brings real business benefits to any organisation. It can improve employee satisfaction and boost workforce productivity, which ultimately will have a positive impact on the bottom line. However, IT departments are struggling to constrain the use of employee-owned mobile and removable devices for work activity. Organisations are at risk of losing control of corporate data and setting themselves up for a fall, in the shape of hefty fines and reputational damage as a result of a data breach and non-compliance. Jon Fielding, Managing Director, EMEA Apricorn discusses how to broaden boundaries and considers people versus policies.
Forty Seven Percent of Organisations Say Senior Level Execs Have Lost, or Had a Device Stolen in the Past Year
Derby, UK, 9 November 2015 – Imation Corp. (NYSE:IMN), a global data storage and information security company, todayissued new research highlighting that 44 percent of organisations believe a member of their senior management has lost a mobile* device in the last year, whilst 39 percent say senior management had a device stolen. Vanson Bourne conducted the survey of 500 IT decision makers in the UK and Germany to uncover the risks of remote working and inquire into the security measures organisations have in place. The findings also raised concerns over non-senior management employees, with 54 percent of organisations saying a non-senior management employee lost a device, and 49 percent reported a device stolen within the past year
Rapid7 Introduces Nexpose 6.0 with Adaptive SecurityNexpose
6.0 Delivers Fast Visibility and Insight into Risk for Today’s Agile IT Landscape
BOSTON – October 1, 2015 – Rapid7, Inc. (NASDAQ: RPD), a leading provider of security data and analytics solutions, today announcedthe release of Nexpose 6.0 featuring Adaptive Security, a new capability that will help organisations respond more effectively to evolving security risks. The enhanced solution for Threat Exposure Management delivers prioritised insight into changes on your network and the impact of newly discovered vulnerabilities, quickly identifying critical threats with guidance for fast remediation.
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