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The Hardest Problem: Internal Cyber Threats

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By Jeremy Swinfen-Green Most people would agree that employees are the greatest threat to cyber security faced by organisations.

Surprizez

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By Phil Reitinger While there is a fair amount of FUD (fear, uncertainty, and doubt) in cybersecurity, there is less “fake news.”  What we face less made-up stories, and more the blinding assault of the obvious masquerading as a new truth.
Surprised Monkey

The RSA Conference: It’s Still the People

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By Phil Reitinger It occurs to me that there is another prediction I could make almost every year: next year, I will come to RSA.
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RSAC 2018 Blog Day Three: Cyber Woodstock

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By Phil Reitinger In August 1969, somewhere near 500,000 people gathered on a farm in New York for a music festival – an event that became “the definitive nexus for the larger counterculture generation.”

RSAC 2018 Blog Day Two: DMARC at RSAC One Year Later

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By Shehzad Mirza GCA refreshed our research from last year on the companies exhibiting at RSA Conference who have implemented DMARC. The results are still disappointing.
Groundhog's day

RSAC 2018 Blog Day One: Time to Invest

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By Phil Reitinger Earlier this year the Center for Strategic and International Studies and McAfee estimated the global cost of cybercrime may be up to $600 billion, or 0.8% of global GDP.

White House Makes Significant Progress on DMARC Deployment

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By Phil Reitinger The White House has now implemented DMARC in some form on 50% of the EOP domains, up from 30% in just the last 10 days. 
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Scale

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By Phil Reitinger It has been very clear for some time that “…the greatest problem in cyber security is security at scale,” and that the situation will continue to grow worse, not better, especially with the expanding Internet of Things.

Do You Have a Right to a Cleaner Internet?

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By Andy Bates We have discussed Quad9 and the advantages it gives organisations and end users. Although it’s easy to configure and a great thing to do, is it right that you should have to?