Data integration from multiple security point products is a real problem for many enterprise customers. There are too many threat intelligence feeds – and no easy way to view all incoming data in a contextual way that facilitates interpretation, analysis,...
Category: Cyber Security
Fundamentally, the Board of Directors needs to go back to basics on cyber security matters: Time has now gone to continue approaching cyber security purely from a Risk perspective. Risk is ultimately about “things that may or may not happen”. When it comes to cyber security, the Board should start from the premise that cyber attacks are a matter of “when”, not “if” – and should shift the focus towards understanding and managing what is actually getting done to protect the organisation.
I’ve been talking about the subject of information security weaknesses in smart buildings for a while now, and maybe it’s coincidence, or maybe just an example of the Baader-Meinhof effect, but the news around this has appeared to be getting noisier recently.
The theft of the email addresses and other account details of 500 million Yahoo users is a golden opportunity for cyber-criminals working with bad-bots.
Those who use Yahoo to provide their principal email account should have been concerned by news of the leak. Many others, with an old Yahoo account that they do not use much, may not have been that bothered. Is such complacency justified? That depends, to gauge the risk you need to understand the cyber-crime opportunity represented by 500 million accounts.