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A scientist at Los Alamos National Laboratory recently asked an important question: “When full-fledged quantum computers arrive, will we be ready?” This scientist researches quantum information theory and his opinion piece for Scientific American magazine focused on quantum computing’s applications. But it’s a smart question when considering cybersecurity as well. Quantum computing will fundamentally increase.. The post 4 Steps to Prepare for Quantum Computing appeared first on Security Boulevard.
As we hit the six-month point of work from home (WFH) orders and seven months since COVID-19 first knowingly made its appearance in the U.S., workplaces continue to struggle with many uncertainties. But one thing we know for sure is the virus has changed everything about securing the workforce. This means that all we once.. The post The Future of Work: WFH Changing Cybersecurity appeared first on Security Boulevard.
A recent report published by Orca Security, a provider of tools for scanning cloud workloads, suggests the shared responsibility approach to cloud security is not being embraced as successfully as most organizations would prefer. Based on an analysis of 2 million scans of 300,000 public cloud assets running on Amazon Web Services (AWS) Microsoft Azure.. The post Report Finds Cloud Security Concerns Warranted appeared first on Security Boulevard.
As active participants within the VPN industry, we are pleased to join initiatives such as the Internet Infrastructure Coalition (i2Coalition) and the VPN Trust Initiative (VTI), a consortium of VPN providers tasked with improving digital safety for consumers. Initiatives such as these allow the industry as a whole to take an important stride toward the.. The post VPNs: The Deception in Camouflage Ownership appeared first on Security Boulevard.
These days, having cyber insurance that covers a company for costs related to cyberattacks is an expected standard corporate practice. It is the last in the line of risk mitigation tools that lessens or defers your company’s cyber risk. And it’s an important one, as data breaches and other cyber incidents are happening daily to.. The post Is Cyber Insurance Worth It? appeared first on Security Boulevard.
Styra this week launched a declarative tool that enables cybersecurity teams to generate authorization policies that can be implemented programmatically by a DevOps team. Company CEO Bill Mann said Rego Policy Builder for the Styra Declarative Authorization Service (DAS) is intended to help organizations bridge the divide between cybersecurity teams that define policies and developers.. The post Styra Adds Declarative Tool to Generate Authorization Policies appeared first on Security Boulevard.
Ivanti and Qualys this week announced they have extended their alliance to now include a cloud-based patch management service for both MacOS and more than 70 third-party applications. Nayaki Nayyar, executive vice president and chief product officer for Ivanti, said the two companies already have an alliance in place to address patch management on Windows.. The post Ivanti Extends Alliance With Qualys to Automate Patching Mac Endpoints appeared first on Security Boulevard.
Software as a service (SaaS) has made collaborating between geographically dispersed teams easier and more efficient. It’s replaced classic on-premises solutions across virtually every business function with cloud versions for everything from messaging, storing and sharing files to collaborating across documents, coordinating projects and more. But while SaaS has undoubtedly enhanced the way we work.. The post Why SaaS Is the Epicenter for Security Threats appeared first on Security Boulevard.
The cost of a data breach is now $3.86 million per breach on average, according to a newly released survey of organizations that suffered a breach over the past year. Conducted by The Ponemon Institute on behalf of IBM, the survey of 3,200 security professionals finds incidents involving personally identifiable information (PII) that was exposed.. The post Survey Finds Data Breach Costs Rising appeared first on Security Boulevard.
Researchers discover pro-Russian narratives being spread via hacked news websites, aimed at attacking NATO. The post ‘Russians’ Hack News Websites, Sow Anti-NATO Sentiment appeared first on Security Boulevard.