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Enterprises risk all in massive IoT and OT security compliance time...

ForeScout Technologies, an Internet of Things (IoT) security company, has revealed new findings about the impact IoT and operational technology (OT) are having on...

Ukrainian President signs law on cyber security

Ukraine is sprucing its cybersecurity forte by mandating several basic principles for ensuring a secure cyber haven in the country. President Petro Poroshenko has...

Cybersecurity jobs: A hot favorite among young Emiratis

CISO MAG Desk: This may come as a relief to the world which is marred by cybersecurity talent gap that youngsters from UAE are...

Behavioral anomaly detection tools to boost cybersecurity in manufacturing sector

Globe News Wire: SecurityMatters is proud to announce that they will work with NIST’s National Cybersecurity Center of Excellence (NCCoE) for their latest...

Paradise Papers rocks the world

CISO MAG Desk: The ‘Paradise Papers’ findings released by the US-based International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ) have opened a can of worms. ICIJ...

North Korea behind ‘WannaCry’ NHS cyber attack: UK

The United Kingdom on October 27, 2017 claimed that it believes that North Korea was behind the devastating ‘WannaCry’ cyber attack in May this...

AIG to provide cyber insurance from Q1 2018

To ensure that customers are covered if they become victim of a security breach, the American International Group (AIG) on October 26 said it...

McAfee halts government source code reviews: Report

U.S.-based cybersecurity McAfeee on October 26, 2017 said that it will no longer allow government source code to be reviewed. In an email to...

Same hackers may be behind BadRabbit and NotPetya malware: Security Researchers

Two days after it was reported that a malware called ‘BadRabbit’ targeted Ukraine, Russia, Japan, Turkey, and Bulgaria, security researchers at Cisco’s Talos unit...

NSA hacking code lifted from a personal computer in U.S.: Kaspersky

Moscow-based multinational cybersecurity firm Kaspersky Lab on October 25 said that it obtained suspected National Security Agency (NSA) hacking code from a personal computer...

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