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A survey of 612 Chief Information Security Officers suggests CISOs have a tough road ahead in an ongoing climate of high-profile data breaches.
The Wi-Fi Alliance, a consortium that certifies Wi-Fi products, has announced the next-generation network security protocol for Wi-Fi communication, dubbed Wi-Fi Protected Access 3 (WPA3 for short).
Security researchers at Google this week made public two vulnerabilities in almost every modern processor shipped since 1995 that could allow attackers to steal passwords, encryption keys and other sensitive information.
There is a bright future for IoT innovation in 2018, as the technology will remain the driving force of the digital revolution next year. Internet of Things infrastructures and platforms will benefit from significant investments in 2018, while device security will still be a key interest.
In 2017, global spending on cybersecurity totaled about $86.4 billion, while in 2018 businesses will reportedly spend $93 billion, according to estimations from Gartner.
With 2018 just weeks away, we can say with absolute certainty that 2017 hasn’t been a boring year in terms of security incidents. If anything, some malware outbreaks were serious enough to affect almost every country on the map, while dome data breaches have jeopardized the personal information of hundreds of millions of users worldwide.
Some 79% of CISOs say their data center is in undergoing a major data center transformation: 67.2% already store data on hybrid clouds, 64.8% use software-defined networking, 62.8% rely on virtualization for corporate data, 57.2% have enabled software-defined storage, while 35.6% have embraced hyperconverged infrastructure.
Samba, a popular implementation of the SMB networking protocol shared by various Linux distributions, has been found vulnerable, potentially letting cybercriminals remotely control victims. All versions starting with version 4.0 from 2012 seem to have been affected by the issue.
Billions of dollars annually go into recovering and controlling the damage inflicted on businesses by targeted and automated attacks. The initial cost of cybercrime is expected to reach $2 trillion in 2019.