The survey revealed phishing as the most common identity-related incident in 2022, with “emails” as the most popular type.
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Okta Device Access aims to simpllfy and unify identity and access management (IAM) for corporate devices within hybrid workforces with customisable multifactor authentication (MFA).
A patch for the vulnerability, which has been exploited since October 2022, had been issued by Barracuda last month to stop the exploit from allowing ESG backdooring.
With Cases, security teams can collaborate on security incidents to manage anomalies and effect remediation.
The new CIEM will merge with existing threat detection capabilities to consolidate Lacework’s cloud security offering.
ChatGPT's popularity among consumers and IT professionals alike has stirred up cybersecurity nightmares about how it can be used to exploit system vulnerabilities.
Frontegg’s new entitlement engine will be powered by context-aware logic controls (CALC) technology to effect context-based, fine-grained authorisation controls.
The new technique has a hacker simulate an archiving software in the web browser to trick the victim as he tries to access a .zip domain.
The new cloud security platform uses a plug-in based, open source offering to discover gaps in existing security controls.
Network security firm Cofense was able to identify a code trace in phishing emails that revealed SuperMailer abuse in the attacks.
Microsoft and a few American intelligence agencies have detected malware of Chinese origin deployed in critical infrastructure systems in Guam and elsewhere in the United States.
The new trusted compute units (TCUs) released by Axiado are built within a single SoC, with AI as added layer of security.
Thirty-five million business email compromise (BEC) attempts were detected in the last year, according to the latest Microsoft Cyber Signals report.
The study commissioned by Immersive Labs finds majority of cyber resilient companies lack tools to assess their resilience.
The new distributed cloud firewall offering distributes both inspection and policy enforcement into the original path of application traffic, eliminating the need to redirect traffic to centralised firewalls.