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  • All together now

    Sponsored by: ServiceNow

    2020 has been a disastrous and disruptive year for organizations and their security programs. Upticks in cyberattacks – like malware – have led to significant and costly breaches. Read this white paper to learn more about the effects of 2020 and how IT and security teams can collaborate to drive operational resilience against today’s threats.

  • Ransomware Report - Summer 2021 - Volume 1

    Sponsored by: Dell SecureWorks

    Recent headlines have brought new attention to an old problem: ransomware. This research report compiles key resources and exclusive industry insight to help you stay protected, including a closer look at common attack vectors, prevention tips, use cases and more. Read on to unlock the full report.

  • SIMPLIFY CUSTOMER ONBOARDING WITH MALWAREBYTES ONEVIEW

    Sponsored by: Malwarebytes

    As an MSP, you need to make sure your endpoint security vendor is efficient as to not hemorrhage MRR due to complex onboarding or time-consuming client management. Access this white paper to learn how Malwarebytes’ OneView console simplifies the onboarding process, eases management, and improves customer support.

  • The Definitive Email Security Strategy Guide: A People-Centric Approach to Stopping Malware, Phishing, and Email Fraud

    Sponsored by: Proofpoint

    With 94% of external cyber threats start with email, organizations need to ensure that their email security strategy can keep pace with this growing threat landscape. This white paper explores a new, people-centric approach to email security and provides you with a comprehensive guide for implementing this approach (including a checklist).

  • Protect, detect, and recover data from ransomware – quickly and fully

    Sponsored by: Commvault

    Access this white paper to discover how you can protect, detect, and recover data successfully to mitigate the risk of ransomware for your business using Commvault.

  • Six Steps to Ransomware Recovery in a Commvault Environment

    Sponsored by: Commvault

    Unfortunately, it can be hard to understand the aftermath of ransomware unless you or your organization has experienced it. Luckily, that’s where Commvault’s vast experience can come in handy. Watch the webinar, Six-Steps to Ransomware Recovery in a Commvault Environment to learn about Commvault’s ransomware recovery best practices.

  • Ransomware Protection: Last Line of Defense, First Step in Data Recovery

    Sponsored by: Commvault

    Access this white paper to examine ransomware as one of the many threats to recovery readiness facing today’s organizations; drill deeper into the nature, impact, and direction of this insidious form of attack; explore risk management elements, including planning, protection, monitoring, fast restores, and testing; and more.

  • Webinar -Hunting threats in harm’s way and dissecting it the Holmes way!

    Sponsored by: Cisco Umbrella

    This talk will cover the rise of RATS, the rise of XLS attachment exploits, and new obfuscation techniques to conceal core code and configuration files by malware authors. The talk also touches on the theme of how techniques in exfiltration are changing and how rapidly other threat actors are adopting or improvising on these trends.

  • Computer Weekly - 18 May 2021: The real-life consequences of ransomware attacks

    Sponsored by: ComputerWeekly.com

    In this week's Computer Weekly, after a ransomware attack shut a major US oil pipeline, we examine the real-life consequences for organisations facing similar threats. We ask the experts for their top tips in reducing datacentre running costs. And we hear how data science skills are helping government make better decisions. Read the issue now.

  • Why are Acronis Cyber Protection Solutions Threatagnostic?

    Sponsored by: Acronis

    Security professionals must both account for the many types of cyberattacks and apply security controls to different vectors through which these attacks can make their way in. In this white paper, read up on threat vectors, cyberattack techniques, types of malware and fileless attacks, and see how Acronis can help you fight them all.

  • The future of storage

    Sponsored by: ComputerWeekly.com

    In this week's Computer Weekly, we examine emerging technologies in storage such as helium disks and DNA. Ransomware is becoming more sophisticated and the attackers more tactical. And as the EU's top court challenges the UK over surveillance, we ask what this means for data privacy after Brexit. Read the issue now.

  • Integrated Cybersecurity Delivers Efficiency and Effectiveness in a Challenging Environment

    Sponsored by: Kaspersky

    According to IDC research, the majority (75%) of organizations worldwide recognize that security team's time is wasted due to a lack of integration in their security environments. These teams would be wise to consider a multi-level, integrated approach with endpoint protection in mind. See this IDC white paper to examine such an approach.

  • Your Hybrid Infrastructure Is Under Attack

    Sponsored by: Palo Alto Networks

    In a recent survey, 85% of IT pros selected hybrid cloud as their ideal operating model. However, these clouds come with their share of complexity. Namely, they require a high level of interconnectivity, which increases the risk of malware attacks, or worse. Don’t delay – Leverage this white paper to learn how to secure your hybrid environment.

  • Audi fine-tunes its digital performance to boost online car sales

    Sponsored by: ComputerWeekly.com

    In this week's Computer Weekly, the digital chief at Audi UK discusses how the car maker is tackling the slump in new car sales. One of the largest global malware botnets has been taken down, but how much of a blow will it be for cyber criminals? And we hear how one county council made huge savings on its SAP installation. Read the issue now.

  • Omdia Market Radar: Outbound Email Security

    Sponsored by: Zivver

    When it comes to email security, organizations put their primary focus on potential threats coming in. And that’s fine, but outbound email security is arguably just as important. Browse this white paper to get a closer look at outbound email data protection, which focuses on building controls to offset risks from the insider threat.

  • The future of storage

    Sponsored by: ComputerWeekly.com

    In this week's Computer Weekly, we examine emerging technologies in storage such as helium disks and DNA. Ransomware is becoming more sophisticated and the attackers more tactical. And as the EU's top court challenges the UK over surveillance, we ask what this means for data privacy after Brexit. Read the issue now.

  • Invisible Characters

    Sponsored by: Inky Technology

    Similar to hidden text and zero font, invisible characters is a phishing tactic designed to obscure text in order to bypass secure email gateways (SEGs). Read this edition of Understanding Phishing for a full breakdown of invisible text – including real-world examples and best practices for stopping it.

  • CEO Impersonation

    Sponsored by: Inky Technology

    Threat actors have realized that they can achieve at least a minimal rate of success by impersonating a company’s CEO or other high-level official in an email to an employee lower down in the organization. They will typically request money via wire transfer, but it does not stop there. Read this white paper to see some examples.

  • Top COVID-19 Phishing Scams

    Sponsored by: Inky Technology

    Phishing scammers have taken advantage of the frequent updates regarding COVID-19 information to use it as an entry point for their campaigns. This article, Top COVID-19 Phishing Scams, looks at the emerging threat types and what to look for to identify an attack – read on to get started.

  • Dually Deceptive: Two New Phishing Scams Swimming by Your SEG

    Sponsored by: Inky Technology

    Phishing scams have been more than pervasive in 2020, with the APWG counting 139,685 unique phishing threats in Q1 alone. As these attacks are quickly becoming more sophisticated, targeted and illusive, it’s a good idea to understand their complexity as they evolve. Jump into this short article to learn about two of these new scams.

  • Zoom & Doom: How INKY Unraveled A Credential Harvesting Phishing Scam

    Sponsored by: Inky Technology

    Zoom jumped from 10 million daily meeting participants in December 2019 to 300 million this past April. This boom in Zoom use spawned a flurry of fake meeting invitations from cybercriminals attempting to harvest credentials from users. Luckily, INKY was on the case. Read this article to view these fake Zoom meeting invites and more.

  • Hidden Text and Zero Font Attacks

    Sponsored by: Inky Technology

    You may have heard that some phishing emails use something called zero font — text hidden in an email by various means. It is a brand forgery email intended to harvest login credentials. But what exactly is this technique, and why do attackers use it? Read this document to learn both the why and the how of hidden text and zero font.

  • Around the World in 34 Phish: Covid-19 Phishing Examples

    Sponsored by: Inky Technology

    The state of the world has left email servers more vulnerable to attack than ever. As phishing is the most used method of cyberattack in the world, there have been plenty of examples to identify and dissect to help people develop a more watchful eye. Browse this article to see 34 different examples of phishing scams across the globe.

  • Exploiting a Pandemic White House COVID-19 Phishing Scams

    Sponsored by: Inky Technology

    It is important to understand that we are living in a time of extreme vulnerability, and this is no less apparent than to those who are working in security. Increased internet use has led to an increase in phishing scams of all kinds. View this e-book to understand what it looks like when a phisher imitates the White House and the President.

  • Computer Weekly – 20 July 2021: Ripe for change – mixing digital innovation with traditional winemaking

    Sponsored by: ComputerWeekly.com

    In this week's Computer Weekly, we find out how global winemaker Concha y Toro uses the latest tech to enhance 150-year old traditional processes. Pharma giant GSK explains how an API strategy is changing its business model. And we talk to retailers using video technology to bridge the gap between in-store and online selling. Read the issue now.

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