2019 was an action-packed year for cybersecurity. Nation-states continued their progress towards drafting data protection laws with the world still coming to terms with changing technologies in cybersecurity. Seqrite blogs analyzed the latest trends in the cybersecurity industry — here were the top ten most-read blogs of 2019.
While the term ‘artificial intelligence’ continues to become more popular and conjure up images of the futuristic technology, it is important to understand what exactly it is. This article provides an explanation of artificial intelligence along with its functionalities in the cybersecurity space. It also articulates the various ways in which AI could be misused.
The year 2019 saw momentous elections in countries as varied as India, the United Kingdom, Indonesia and Israel. The modern era of technology has given rise to various fears on the question of if Electronic Voting Machines (EVMs) can be hacked? This article analyzes such concerns and provides an answer.
Attackers are exploiting systems through a dangerous new technique called file-less malware. This type of malware enters systems without alerting cybersecurity solutions, rendering them very dangerous. This article explains how attacks are deployed using this malware and how to prevent them.
The Bring Your Own Device revolution has heralded a huge rise in the number of personal devices in the enterprise network. While employees love using their own personal devices for work, these actions have their own security risks and this article explains how to secure personal devices.
In the last few years, the banking sector has seen some major cyber attacks that have resulted in damaging financial repercussions. This is a sector which is at great risk to cybersecurity challenges and this article explains how to deal with some of the top challenges.
Small to Medium-Size Businesses (SMEs) often underestimate cybersecurity risks under a mistaken assumption that they will not be targeted by attackers. Ironically, they could actually be at a higher risk. This article outlines the top 5 cybersecurity best practices for SMEs.
The healthcare sector sees a tremendous penetration of cyber attacks every year. The cost of cyber attacks on healthcare can also potentially be devastating as it can have life-and-death consequences. This article explains why the healthcare industry represents such a big cyber risk and what the challenges it faces are.
In 2017, the WannaCry ransomware caused chaos across more than 300,000 systems across different countries. The scale of the attack was momentous and the root cause of it was unpatched systems. This article highlights the danger of letting systems remain unpatched and the troubling consequences that can emerge.
Vacation periods often see a spike in cyber attacks as employees get carried away and become negligent about cybersecurity. It’s important for enterprises to understand this and invest in solutions like Data Loss Prevention (DLP). This article provides some solutions on how to ensure enterprise cybersecurity remains robust while employees are Out of Office.
The first four months of the year saw a flurry of cyberattacks from across the globe. Whether it was Facebook accidentally uploading email contacts of 1.5 million users or personal data of German politicians being leaked, this article provides an overview of the top cybersecurity news between January and April 2019.
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