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Firms Not Using Data Analytics To Curb Supply Chain Fraud
A Deloitte study shows only one fourth of respondents were deploying data-analytics tools that can detect fraud by vendors.
Using 'Clean IT' In Auto Sector To Curb Cyber Threat
Automobile manufacturers in India believe the use of unlicensed software is exposing their networks to malware, viruses and other cyber threats.
How E-commerce Players Can Prevent Heartbleed Bug
The Heartbleed bug have already infected over two-thirds of web servers worldwide, including numerous e-commerce sites.
Organizations Not Ready For Dangerous, Costly Security Threats
A survey reveals over half of respondents have not upgraded in the last year, and more than 20% haven't upgraded in the last three years.
CSOs Clueless About Lesser Known Threats
Many have even confused AET with the more popular Advanced Persistent Threats (APTs), reveals a McAfee survey.
Patch Management Failures Accelerate Cybercrime
Patch management is an area often overlooked by businesses, leading to some of the biggest cybercrimes, according to a new report.
What Businesses Should Know About Cyber Black Markets
A new report says the cyber black markets are a mature and growing multi-billion-dollar economy with a robust infrastructure.
Malware In Pirated Software To Cost Cos $491 Bn
Nearly 46% computers purchased from common distribution sources – resellers, and local markets – came with dangerous malware, says a recent study.
How CXOs Can Reduce Risk Management Gaps?
As the combination of external shifts and business transformation has heightened risk exposure, thereby opening up capability gaps.
83% Firms Not Prepared For Online Security Incident
Firms that have a response plan in place not only rely on their IT department to lead this process, but also draw upon external resources.