Listen to Cameron Camp, Juraj Jánošík, and Filip Mazán discuss the use of machine learning in cybersecurity, followed by Cameron’s insights into the security of medical devices. At this year’s RSA Conference in San Francisco, the speakers and vendors on the expo floor often presented artificial intelligence as the solution that can help the cybersecurity … More ESET Research Podcast: Hot security topics at RSA or mostly hype?
API-based data transfer is so rapid, there’s but little time to stop very bad things happening quickly. In the rush to integrate, these lightly defended computer-to-computer portals allow rapid data transfer between systems to enrich and display data across your digital fabric. But the lightly defended part can allow vast vacuuming up of data by … More RSA – APIs, your organization’s dedicated backdoors
Only 11 percent of all enterprise accounts have multi-factor authentication enabled. More than 99.9 percent of Microsoft enterprise accounts that get invaded by attackers didn’t use multi-factor authentication (MFA). This stark, though not entirely surprising, finding comes from a presentation that Alex Weinert, the tech giant’s Director of Identity Security, delivered at the RSA 2020 security … More Microsoft: 99.9 percent of hacked accounts didn’t use MFA
Some tips that businesses can do to get better at it without breaking the bank. Here at RSA Small and Medium Businesses (SMBs) are squarely faced with the daunting task of securing the explosion of IoT devices, now ever-present in the business environment. In the past, IoT in a business setting could largely be ignored, but that’s no … More RSA – IoT security meets SMB
Security fatigue in online users is “exposing them to risk”, according to a study by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST). The paper found that people feel “overwhelmed” with having to be on constant alert from cyberattacks, as well as negatively affected by the proliferation in online security measures to protect themselves. As … More Security fatigue is preventing us from being safe online