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Sep 12, 2019   |  By David Bisson
The cost of a breach is on the rise. A recent report from IBM revealed that the average cost of a data breach had risen 12 percent over the past five years to $3.92 million per incident on average. Additionally, this publication uncovered that data breaches originating from malicious digital attacks were both the most common and the most expensive types of security incidents.
Sep 11, 2019   |  By Graham Cluley
Toyota Boshoku, a seating and interiors supplier for Toyota cars, has revealed that it was tricked into moving a large amount of money into a bank account controlled by scammers. In a statement published on its global website, Toyota Boshoku Corporation said that its European subsidiary was duped into transferring approximately four billion yen (over US $37 million) out of the business and into a bank account controlled by criminals on 14 August.
Sep 10, 2019   |  By Anastasios Arampatzis
Cybersecurity threats to manufacturing and process plants are coming from a wide range of attack vectors including supply chain, logistics, enterprise computing, remote connections, operator stations, programmable logic controllers, distributed control systems (DCSs), smart sensors and new smart devices. Many emerging Internet of Things (IoT) and communications technologies offer greater connectivity, but they make the cyber landscape more complex.
Sep 9, 2019   |  By David Bisson
For years, ransomware actors have developed new families and attack campaigns in increasing frequency and numbers. Such activity peaked in 2017 but then fell in tandem with cryptocurrency miners’ rise. This development was short-lived, however. Between Q4 2018 and Q1 2019, Malwarebytes observed a 195 percent increase in ransomware detections involving business targets. The rate was even greater compared to Q1 2018 at 500 percent.
Sep 9, 2019   |  By Tripwire Guest Authors
Changing consumer demands posed a serious challenge to the IT industry; it pushed firms to brainstorm about quick product delivery. This demand eventually gave rise to the demand for collaboration between Development (Dev) and Operations (Ops) teams, welcoming the DevOps trend. As a result, everything started progressing well with increased development, enhanced collaboration, advanced testing, high productivity and minimized time to market.
Jun 4, 2019   |  By Tripwire
Learn how to use security File Integrity Monitoring effectively and strategically in your organization.
Jan 24, 2019   |  By Tripwire
Achieving DevOps security is as much a cultural effort as it is a technical one, and quality gates present the perfect opportunity to bridge the gap. Because they function within the bounds of regular DevOps processes, tools that bake security into the CI/CD pipeline by way of quality gates are more likely to win DevOps teams over.
Oct 26, 2018   |  By Tripwire
Learn how Log Management can complement SIEM, Security Analytics and Big Data tools within your organization.
Oct 26, 2018   |  By Tripwire
Establish and sustain the Four Essential Pillars of Federal Cybersecurity
Oct 1, 2018   |  By Tripwire
How to introduce security without losing the benefits of containers.
Sep 3, 2019   |  By Tripwire
Global Processing Services (GPS) uses Tripwire to solve its biggest security challenge year after year – meeting PCI compliance. Chief Information Security Officer Alex Radford shares how Tripwire solutions help the organization monitor and remediate changes to effectively achieve and maintain policy compliance.
Aug 29, 2019   |  By Tripwire
Walter Marmo, CEO & President of Cybersel, discusses the benefits of Tripwire and much more at Tripwire Partner Day, 2019.
Aug 28, 2019   |  By Tripwire
Why choose Tripwire to secure your critical infrastructure? Gabe Authier, Director of Product Management at Tripwire, discusses why Tripwire is uniquely positioned to protect operational technology (OT) environments and beyond.
Aug 28, 2019   |  By Tripwire
What’s the right security monitoring approach for industrial control system (ICS) networks? Gabe Authier, Tripwire Director of Product Management, explains the difference between active and passive monitoring and why a combination of both is the most effective method for comprehensive visibility and network reliability.
Aug 22, 2019   |  By Tripwire
How should security be applied differently to corporate IT environments versus plant floors? Tripwire’s Director of Product Management Gabe Authier illuminates the key distinctions and walks you through Tripwire’s passive approach to securing industrial control system (ICS) networks.