Category: cyberattacks

How Inductive Automation’s endpoint security strategy makes manufacturing more secure

Endpoint security is part of Inductive Automation's DNA, and it had to replace 500 endpoints to keep its DevOps, engineering and SDLC secure.

Forrester predicts 2023’s top cybersecurity threats: From generative AI to geopolitical tensions

While cybersecurity teams continue to fight social engineering and ransomware attacks, they now need to defend their AI models and data too.

5 ways AI-driven patch management is driving the future of cybersecurity

Cybersecurity vendors are fast-tracking risk-based vulnerability management, AI and machine learning to keep patch management current.

Crystal Blockchain Study Reveals $16.7 Billion in Crypto Assets Stolen Since 2011

Crystal Blockchain, a company that provides blockchain data and analytics, published a study covering security breaches, fraud, and scams related to cryptocurrency and decentralized finance (defi). According to the study,…

How access management helps protect identities in the cloud

Facing attacks on access management systems, CISOs are under pressure to consolidate tech stacks and stop identity-driven breach attempts.

A zero-trust roadmap for cybersecurity in manufacturing — from a 98-year-old company

Manufacturing is the most-attacked industry. How one manufacturer is modernizing its cybersecurity with a zero-trust approach