How do identity and access management strategies vary?
LastPass by LogMeIn has released findings of a new report conducted in partnership with Vanson Bourne to understand how IT and security professionals across a variety of industries including finance, IT and media are managing their identity and access management (IAM) programmes.
New life cycle capabilities for enterprise applications
SailPoint Technologies has rolled out a series of updates to its SaaS identity platform to help customers better facilitate workforce continuity. The new life cycle capabilities allow businesses to pivot seamlessly and securely to keep pace with today’s ‘new normal’ - the increasingly remote workforce. New features include non-employee life cycle management; connectors for Slack and Zoom; and advanced certification and camp...
COVID-19 amplifies password security flaws
Since lockdown started, a Capterra report has revealed a shocking third of respondents have fallen victim to phishing emails, as COVID-19 amplifies password security flaws – 45% of which were related to coronavirus.
Cyber security concerns during COVID-19 remote working
Forty eight percent of office workers have admitted they are less likely to follow cyber security practices when working from home, according to new research from Tessian, the Human Layer Security company. The State of Data Loss Prevention report reveals findings from a global survey of 2,000 office workers and 250 IT decision-makers in the UK and the US.
NHSX COVID-19 tracing app brings cyber security concerns
Half (48%) of the UK public surveyed about the NHSX COVID-19 tracing app do not trust the UK government to keep their information safe from hackers. This is according to a study carried out by Censuswide on behalf of Anomali.
Improving coverage and confidentiality of video surveillance solutions
If a picture is worth a thousand words, high definition video must be worth much, much more. It’s what’s made the technology so popular in such a broad range of applications, including online face‑to‑face communication, entertainment, domestic surveillance, access control, and more.
Cyber security drop due to COVID-19 could cost millions
As organisations shift to remote working and are operating with a reduced workforce due to the COVID-19 pandemic, many businesses are at risk of a significant increase in costly cyber attacks. New research, published in a data breach report by cloud solutions company iomart, analyses the financial impact of typical, severe and catastrophic data breaches to reveal what each could cost small businesses, tech companies and social media platforms.
papalook launches its PA452 and AF925 webcams
The papalook PA452 webcam delivers a true-to-life HD 1080p video at 30Fps for face-to-face Skype or Zoom chatting, YouTube recordings or taking pictures. Featuring a high pixel-count CMOS Sensor with 2.0 large aperture and a 5-layer film-coated optical glass lens, the PA452 ensures suitable shots, even in 5 lux lighting conditions.
Healthcare cyber security - safe and secure or an open door?
The Internet of Medical Things (IoMT) presents powerful opportunities for device manufacturers to develop new competitive advantages, as digitisation delivers increased efficiencies and unmatched flexibility, enabling real-time data access for medical practitioners to improve patient care. Richard Poate, Senior Manager at TÜV SÜD explains the issue of healthcare cyber security.
Keeping track of critical alarms during a pandemic
As the impact of COVID-19 pandemic continues to cause disruption, some critical infrastructure sites are still operating with a skeleton crew of staff, while other industrial sites begin the slow process of coming out of lockdown.