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60% of IT security decision makers believe their overall security strategy does not keep pace with the threat landscape, and that they are either lagging behind (20%), treading water (13%), or merely running to keep up (27%), according to a survey by Sapio Research. The report also highlights differences between the perceived and actual effectiveness […]

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By now, businesses are well aware of the standard cyber security protocols surrounding passwords, the importance of sharing data securely, and so on. Yet, identity theft and fraud are still prevalent problems for companies across every industry. Identity theft(opens in new tab) is a criminal act whereby an individual or a business’ identity is illegally […]

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Elon Musk’s sudden deal to purchase Twitter has triggered optimism in some quarters that the mission to “authenticate all humans” and defeat spam bots will spur technology innovation at a company that has historically struggled with cybersecurity. Following the announcement of the agreed $44 billion transaction on Monday, Musk publicly positioned the deal as an […]

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