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CISO's Brief - November 5th, 2020 - Preview [45.4.0]

CISO's Brief - November 5th, 2020 - Preview [45.4.0]
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Thursday November 3rd, 2020 Hope you'll enjoy today's "menu" for CISOs & cyber executives. A gentle reminder: to get the actual "meals" you need to connect to the members version of the website. How that? Click on "login" by using the very same email address where you read this email version

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CISOs in DACH - particularly among corporations - admit they are unprepared for an attack - and they blame human behavior [45.4.1]

CISOs in DACH - particularly among corporations - admit they are unprepared for an attack - and they blame human behavior [45.4.1]
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According to a survey by cybersecurity provider Proofpoint, focusing on DACH region, IT security executives say they are unprepared for a cyber attack and believe human error and lack of security awareness are major risk factors for their organizations.

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CISO’s Brief - November 4th, 2020 - Preview [45.3.0]

CISO’s Brief - November 4th, 2020 - Preview [45.3.0]
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In today's issue: 1/Cyber Radar: active attacks and critical vulnerabilities you cannot miss. 2/Authority: UK NCSC annual report - key nuggets 3/On the remote again: video conf attacks & best practices 4/Trends: ICS security by (CS)2AI & KPMG 5/Vision: Microsoft on cloud-native security. Cheer up!

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CISO’s Brief - November 2nd, 2020 - Preview [45.1.0]

CISO’s Brief - November 2nd, 2020 - Preview [45.1.0]
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|1 Marriott fined: what did the Chinese hackers do? |2 US Cyber Command exposed ComRAT and Zebrocy |3 Accelerates: Javascript obfuscation in phishing |4 Bots attack rise |5 Only 45% of IT and sec pros consider their company ready for work back in the office |  Leftovers (7)

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CISO’s Brief - October 21th, 2020 - BETA [43.3.0]

CISO’s Brief - October 21th, 2020 - BETA [43.3.0]
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Wednesday October 21th, 2020 Hi folks, today's issue is packed with new insights for CISOs and cyber executives. 1. NSA reveals the top 25 vulnerabilities exploited by Chinese Nation-State hackers [/nsa-reveals-the-top-25-vulnerabilities-exploited-by-chinese-nation-state-hackers/] The NSA asserted that Chinese state-sponsored cyber activity is one of the greatest threats and released a list of

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CISO’s Brief - October 20th, 2020 - Preview edition [43.2.0]

CISO’s Brief - October 20th, 2020 - Preview edition [43.2.0]
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CISO's Brief, Tuesday October 20th, 2020 edition. Issue# 43.2.0. ENISA report, Mandiant names a Russian group, Brazilian malware, hijacking VIPs, QR codes. Preview edition.

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ENISA: Cyber Attacks become more sophisticated, targeted, widespread and undetected [43.2.1]

ENISA: Cyber Attacks become more sophisticated, targeted, widespread and undetected [43.2.1]
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ENISA publishes today the 8th annual ENISA Threat Landscape (ETL) report, identifying and evaluating the top cyber threats for the period January 2019-April 2020. What you cannot miss.

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CISO's Brief #39 - Today's insights [42.5.0]

CISO's Brief #39 - Today's insights [42.5.0]
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Hi! This is today's CISO's Brief. This edition is packed with insights, hope you'll enjoyed it, as well as your weekend!

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