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Posted by Netta Schmeidler on December 17, 2020

Antivirus software is kind of the lock on a window: it keeps out the most basic sorts of intruders but provides little protection against someone willing to break the glass. The analogy is even more apt because, like window locks, antivirus software has become commoditized. When looking at the results from public tests like AV-Comparatives, it’s clear that for the most part, antivirus platforms block the same attacks. In light of this, it makes little sense to pay for third-party antivirus; especially for Windows systems where this functionality is free and embedded.

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Posted by Andrew Homer on August 28, 2020

Cybersecurity spending have continued moving upward trend over the past several years. Just last year, budgets increased 12.4%. In 2020, Gartner expects a more modest increase of 2.4% ending at $123 billion in IT security spending for the year overall. So who really benefits from the increased spending? It certainly hasn’t been the customer. Economic breach damage currently worse than ever. By next year, cyber damage on the global economy is expected to reach $6 trillion annually according to Cyber Security Ventures. To put that into perspective, that’s more than the GDP of Germany and the United Kingdom combined. Alarming damage.

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Posted by Omri Dotan on August 27, 2018

Cybersecurity is an enormous investment with even more enormous consequences for mistakes. To build an optimal security stack you need to balance residual risks with total cost of ownership of the cyber security stack and with minimal disruption to operations.

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