The big topics will be the cloud, social engineering, automation and security budgets, as firms work to address corners cut in the pandemic
It’s not just good security practice – focusing on people can help secure a seat for IT at the top table
Online fraud in the business world is growing more sophisticated - and expensive.
The latest Emotet spam campaign is targeting people in the UK and the US
Access should depend on who they are, what they're doing and also what device they're using, says Proofpoint
Deal to close before the end of the year
One campaign involves an alleged state-sponsored threat group that has compromised at least 17 US utilities in the past five months
New SystemBC proxy malware now being distributed through RIG, Fallout exploit kits, warn researchers
The malware uses SOCKS5 to evade detection, warns Proofpoint
Germany, Japan and Poland targetted in new banking Trojan campaign, according to Proofpoint
Microsoft's flagship cloud-based productivity suite can leave its users exposed to serious security risks
Microsoft customers believe that they are always protected; the truth is much more varied
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Office 365 is popular, but experts agree that even the top tier should be bolstered by third party systems
Ransomware, phishing, cryptocurrency threats and cloud attacks all growing fast, warns security report
North Korean hacking group Lazarus targeting bitcoin and point-of-sale infrastructure in dash for cash
North Korea's Lazarus Group following the money, warns Proofpoint
Researchers working at enterprise security firm Proofpoint have found that the infamous Fancy Bear hackers are looking to take advantage of a new Adobe Flash vulnerability.
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Locky has already hit a hospital in the US, which had to pay $17,000 in Bitcoin to decrypt important data
Bored of banking, Dyreza turns its attention to high-value targets in the supply chain