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With Cyberwars, Cyber Espionage has Reached New Level

Even though cyber espionage has often sounded like something straight out of a James Bond flick, it continues to be one of the most...

Level-Up! Five Security Precautions for Online Gamers

The Internet is not fair. From harmful scam emails to cybercriminals trying to break into your systems, the online space is full of uncertainty....

Several CISOs and CIOs are Not Aware That VA Chatbots Need...

Chaitanya Hiremath is the CEO of San Francisco-based AI firm, Scanta Inc. He is the first Indian-origin entrepreneur to win the Shark Tank Showcase...

“Relying heavily on firewalls does nothing against determined adversaries”

Tim Bandos was recently announced as the Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) for Digital Guardian. He has over 15 years of experience to the...

‘Mudge’ is Twitter’s New Head of Security

Celebrated hacker Peiter Zatko AKA ‘Mudge’ will take over as the new Head of Security for Twitter. He would be taking his office after...

Australia CISO Confluence: Cybersecurity in a Hyper Connected Ecosystem

For a slew of cybersecurity experts comprising of CEOs, CISOs, CIOs, Vice Presidents, and executives from over 60 countries, CISO MAG hosted the much-awaited...

CSPs Need to Adopt Smarter Ways to Combat Evolving DDoS Attacks

Donny Chong is the Product Director at Nexusguard. He is responsible for designing the company's solutions for the enterprise. His broad ten-year tenure includes...

Make Passwords Great Again

CISO MAG recently hosted a panel discussion with Michael Engle, Chief Strategy Office, 1Kosmos; Christian Adam, MD Cybersecurity Technology, BNY Mellon; and Jerry Kowalski,...

Old Unpatched Vulnerabilities Could Invoke Cyberattacks and Malware

The “new normal” business operations left most organizations vulnerable to new attack vectors. From database misconfigurations to unpatched vulnerabilities, organizations suffered several challenges in...

Employee Education Singled Out as the Biggest Weakness During the Pandemic

Employee education has been singled out as one of the biggest cybersecurity weaknesses for organizations during the COVID-19 lockdown. According to a Twitter poll...

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