Ransomware is the threat of 2021. It’s impacting everything from large enterprises, hospitals, to other aspects of our critical infrastructure. Here, we’ll take a look at actual malware domain traffic and how it correlates to ransomware attacks in the news.
Advanced EASM solutions are crucial to automating the discovery of the downstream third-party (or fourth-party, or fifth-party, etc.) IT infrastructures that your organization is exposed to, and may be vulnerable to attack, posing a critical risk for your organization.
Cybersecurity is one of the most important topics on the global agenda, boosted by the pandemic. As the global digitalisation is further accelerating, the world is becoming ever more interconnected. Digital ecosystems are being created all around us: countries, corporations and individuals are taking advantage of the rapid spread of the Internet and smart devices.
Data leaks are a serious concern for companies of all sizes; if one occurs, it may put them out of business permanently. Here’s how you can protect your organization from data theft.
Ransomware attacks are increasing in frequency, and the repercussions are growing more severe than ever. Here are 5 ways to prevent your company from becoming the next headline.
Forcepoint’s Michael Crouse talks about risk-adaptive data-protection approaches and how to develop a behavior-based approach to insider threats and risk, particularly with pandemic-expanded network perimeters.
Forcepoint’s Nico Fischbach, global CTO and VPE of SASE, and Chase Cunningham, chief strategy officer at Ericom Software, on using SASE to make Zero Trust real.
Billions of Compromised Records and Counting: Why the Application Layer is Still the Front Door for Data Breaches
Security teams should brace for an unsettling and unprecedented year, as we’re on pace to see 40 billion records compromised by the end of 2021. Imperva’s Terry Ray explains what security teams need to do to bolster their defenses.
In this Threatpost podcast, Forcepoint’s SASE and Zero Trust director describes how the pandemic jump-started SASE adoption.
Mobile ad fraud has always been a challenge for network operators in all parts of the globe, but the pandemic has made users more vulnerable than ever before due to the sheer amount of time they now spend with their devices.