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Why Leading Companies are Paying Hackers for Security Help

Monday 15 October 2018

Cybercriminals have never been so notorious. As technology innovation seems to outpace security defenses, organizations are turning to ethical-hackers to assess risk and see where they are most vulnerable. Getting hacked isn’t just a concern for tech companies anymore. No matter the industry, a breach of information can have devastating consequences.

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Panda Patch Management simplifies vulnerability management in your company

Thursday 27 September 2018

These days, the majority of attacks and exploits take advantage of outdated systems and third-party applications, exploiting known vulnerabilities. Vulnerabilities that have an update available weeks, or even months before the breach. What’s more, predictions suggest that by 2020, 99% (Gartner) of the vulnerabilities that cause security incidents will be known before the incident takes place, meaning that a timely update will be enough to stop it from happening.

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From Artificial Intelligence to Zero Day Exploits, make sure you don’t miss IP EXPO Europe 2018

Wednesday 26 September 2018

Europe’s number one enterprise IT event, IP EXPO Europe, returns to ExCeL London next week for its 13th year. This year’s event, co-located at Digital Transformation EXPO, is set to be the biggest yet and will bring together over 300 industry leading exhibitors with 300 world class speakers for two days of discussion and debate on the hottest technology topics of the moment.

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7 top steps for you to have a successful day at IP EXPO Europe

Tuesday 25 September 2018

Getting the most from your 2 days is very important, these 7 steps will help you to get your exhibition strategy started or to fine tune it so that you can return to the office feeling inspired.

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What’s the key to a better cyber threat detection?

Tuesday 25 September 2018

Cyber security technologies are good at data collection – they collect logs and feeds from the entire infrastructure stack. But, whilst the signs of a breach are incorporated within that data, the reality is that it is so vast that it is becoming really hard to determine what is actually malicious, and what needs further analysis. Cyber criminals are, of course, taking advantage of this.

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Only 54% of companies know where their data is

Tuesday 25 September 2018

In the last few months, we’ve seen many cases of personal data breaches, both from companies and from government organizations. With an average cost of 3.86 million dollars for a data breach, the economic repercussions are significant.  And this figure is likely to increase, since the implementation of GDPR on May 25 and the consequent reporting of data breaches to the pertinent authorities. Given all of this, now is a very good time to protect the personal data that your company manages, to avoid these costs. But, do you really know where it’s stored?

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