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Patient Zero

Ransomware had compromised the $5 billion health-care provider that operates 10 hospitals and more than 250 outpatient facilities in the Washington, D.C., region, serving thousands of patients and employing more than 30,000. While exact details were not released before Security…

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Mitigating the insider threat to your business

This year, we have seen a steady flow of high profile data breaches hitting the headlines. Whether the result of unknown web vulnerabilities, DDOS attacks or overall lax corporate data security policies, data breaches are becoming an everyday occurrence. In…

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Next-generation SIEM turns low-level security monitoring for high-level business goals

Despite an initial rush to adopt security and information event management (SIEM) tools, complex implementations and a lack of skilled staff left many companies struggling to use SIEM effectively. That’s all set to change, however, as a new generation of…

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Ransomware explosion is the latest security wakeup call for CxOs

The massive data breach of US retailer Target was a wakeup call for senior business executives too often disengaged with cybersecurity issues, but surging ransomware attacks are honing CxOs’ attention on the need for automated analytics tools to detect security…

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“Not uncommon” to limit Internet access, say experts

Pulling the plug on Internet access on work computers is not uncommon in the private sector, say cyber-security experts and industry players, particularly in areas that deal with extra-sensitive information. These include the defence, financial and healthcare industries, but to…

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Malaysian Banks Not Immune to Cyber Threats

Cyber crimes cost the world up to half a trillion dollars a year and Malaysian banks are as much at risk as its global peers, says Bill Taylor-Mountford from security intelligence firm LogRhythm. He speaks to Bloomberg TV Malaysia’s Han…

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