Lawrence Pingree, Gartner Vice President of Emerging Technologies - Security & Risk, offers four reasons why he believes Moving Target Defense is the future of security.
A skilled attacker can scan and find unprotected endpoints on an enterprise network in seconds, taking just one hour and 24 minutes to move from the initial point of compromise to other systems. That’s 14 minutes faster than last year, based on Falcon OverWatch’s findings in the CrowdStrike Global Threat Report.
As cyberattacks continue to escalate; companies grow their use of tech services outside of their network perimeters and the government and other organizations work with ever more sensitive personal, corporate, and government data, there is increasing adoption of zero trust data protection.
In this guide, Motley Fool discusses five best practices for working remotely that small businesses can start implementing immediately.
Microsoft open sources tools to help organizations detect a nasty remote access trojan targeting the aviation, travel and cargo sectors.
A significant remote code execution (RCE) vulnerability, CVE-2022-22954, in VMware Workspace ONE Access (formerly called VMware Identity Manager) is being actively exploited by advanced hackers.
Advanced hackers are actively exploiting a critical remote code execution (RCE) vulnerability, CVE-2022-22954, that affects in VMware Workspace ONE Access (formerly called VMware Identity Manager).
Digital transformation is driving manufacturing production, but the benefits of robust online systems also make manufacturing companies’ systems more exposed to cyber risks.
Researchers said that advanced persistent threat (APT) groups started to actively exploit a VMware remote code execution flaw in mid-April, a week after a patch was released for the vulnerability.
Threat actor is using the flaw to deliver Core Impact backdoor on vulnerable systems, security vendor says.