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Posted by Mitchell Hall on February 21, 2023

Security success doesn't happen in a vacuum. Security conferences give practitioners, decision-makers, and vendors a chance to get outside the bubble of day-to-day life. So, what are the top in-person and virtual cybersecurity conferences in 2023?

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Posted by Mitchell Hall on October 26, 2022

The evidence is clear that despite expanding cybersecurity investment, sophisticated cyberthreats are increasingly successful. Household brands like Uber and Apple, essential service providers like Colonial Pipeline, and even entire nation states...

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Posted by Mitchell Hall on October 18, 2022

“When,” not “if.” For financial cybersecurity teams, dealing with regular cyberattacks is part of the job. Almost 23 percent of all cyber attacks were aimed at financial institutions in 2021. And 63 percent of financial institutions experienced an...

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Posted by Mitchell Hall on September 29, 2022

What is the benefit of a Defense-in-Depth (DiD) approach? From the Punic Wars to WW2, history shows that when you have multiple layers of defense, even the most motivated and well-resourced attackers will struggle to breach the final objective....

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Posted by Mitchell Hall on August 23, 2022

A doctor might describe the condition of cybersecurity in healthcare 2022 as "critical." In a little over two years, healthcare IT has seen a decade's worth of changes. From a security point of view, most have been for the worse

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Posted by Mitchell Hall on August 18, 2022

After years of steady increases, cloud computing adoption surged dramatically during the pandemic. Companies suddenly needed to build out the infrastructure for a wholesale pivot to remote work. Spending on cloud services reached a record high of ...

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Posted by Mitchell Hall on July 28, 2022

On the dark web, private health information (PHI) sells for up to $1,000 per record. In response to surging healthcare cyberattacks, it's now glaringly obvious that data security in healthcare needs to go in a new direction.

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Posted by Mitchell Hall on July 13, 2022

In the last few years, organizations in every sector have witnessed a clear shift in the threat landscape. Although the number and frequency of all kinds of cyberattacks increased, ransomware in particular has undergone extremely rapid evolution....

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Posted by Mitchell Hall on June 2, 2022

Last week the Conti ransomware group "went dark" and might have shut down. Shortly before doing so, they went to war with an entire nation. Their ransomware attack paralyzed dozens of public institutions in Costa Rica in early May. The newly...

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