Cyber News Roundup: Boardrooms Finally Waking Up to Cybersecurity, Mitigating Ransomware, Securing Websites

“Boardrooms have a reputation for not paying much attention to cybersecurity, but it could be that executives are finally keen to take more interest in securing the systems and networks their businesses rely on,” writes ZDNet’s Danny Palmer. In his article, Just in time? Bosses are finally waking up to the cybersecurity threat, Palmer highlights…

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Cyber News Roundup: Feds Warn of Cyber Threats, Zero-Day Hacks, How SMBs Can Survive a Ransomware Attack

Federal agencies continue to warn about Russian cyber threats that could target critical infrastructure. The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) issued an advisory that includes information regarding “malicious cyber operations” and stated that it is “the most comprehensive view of the cyber threat posed by Russia to critical infrastructure released by government cyber experts…

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Cyber News Roundup: Flexible Work Poses Cyber Risks, Latest Trends, Creating a Cybersecurity Culture

Flexible work options continue to put organizations at risk. The latest work discussion (debate) centers around employees returning to the office, continuing to work remotely, and exploring flexible work options. With the rapidly growing hybrid work trend likely for many, cyber risks are also growing. “Employees become a significant cybersecurity risk because remote workers are…

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