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New infosec products of the week: November 25, 2022

Here’s a look at the most interesting products from the past week, featuring releases from Solvo, Sonrai Security, and Spring Labs. Sonrai Risk Insights Engine empowers security teams to reduce impact of exploits Sonrai Security releases Risk Insights Engine which lets developer and security teams control the chaos in both their organizations and their multicloud environments, minimizing lateral movement that leads to data theft. The platform recommends goals based on multiple factors, including the intended … More → The post New infosec products of the week: November 25, 2022 appeared first on Help Net Security.
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Introducing the book: The Security Analyst’s Guide to Suricata

In this Help Net Security video interview, Eric Leblond, CTO at Stamus Networks, talks about The Security Analyst’s Guide to Suricata, a book he co-wrote with Peter Manev. Key fast facts that can be learned from their work: How Suricata can be leveraged to provide deep insights into Windows host activities without agents or access to the logs How to leverage modern Suricata to go beyond signature-based threat detection to simultaneously produce protocol and file … More → The post Introducing the book: The Security Analyst’s Guide to Suricata appeared first on Help Net Security.
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5 cybersecurity predictions for 2023

The cyber game is now an entire underground economy wrapped around cyberattacks. Thanks to increased international friction and the activity of groups such as Lapsus$, cybercriminals have upped the ante on cybercrime in order to turn a profit. Atakama outlines its top cybersecurity predictions for 2023. IoT blends with shadow IT to make a security headache With 43 billion devices connected to the internet in 2023, attackers have no shortage of targets. Although IoT devices … More → The post 5 cybersecurity predictions for 2023 appeared first on Help Net Security.
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Check Point launches CyberUp program to support Israel’s growing network of cybersecurity start-ups

Check Point has launched its CyberUp program, an initiative that will support Israel’s growing network of cybersecurity start-ups by opening up market opportunities with its customers and providing access to potential investors. As well as guiding successful participants through the crucial stages of growth, CyberUp will in turn give Check Point customers access to Israeli innovation. Unlike other start-up programs, CyberUp is focused solely on the cybersecurity sector. Candidates are carefully selected, vetted, and chosen … More → The post Check Point launches CyberUp program to support Israel’s growing network of cybersecurity start-ups appeared first on Help Net Security.
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The safest datacenter is the one that works best

A recent Gartner study found that organizations’ overall spending on datacenters is set to amount to $221B in 2023 – a predicted rise of 11.3% in spending since 2021. It’s clear that investment in datacenters is a global priority for businesses. However, when organizations eventually decide to house or move their data into another datacenter, there are risks to be considered. At the end of the day, no organization wants to jeopardize its most precious … More → The post The safest datacenter is the one that works best appeared first on Help Net Security.
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The emergence of zero trust consumers

A survey report from Daon shows 92% of consumers believe that cybersecurity threats will continue to outpace cybersecurity technology, with 91% willing to take extra security measures to prove their identity on an ongoing basis to protect their information and accounts. These and other findings in the report reveal that consumers are acknowledging a high-risk environment when conducting different aspects of their lives online. These attitudes signal an emergence of zero trust consumers. The report, … More → The post The emergence of zero trust consumers appeared first on Help Net Security.
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Quantum algorithms save time in the calculation of electron dynamics

Quantum computers promise significantly shorter computing times for complex problems. But there are still only a few quantum computers worldwide with a limited number of so-called qubits. However, quantum computer algorithms can already run on conventional servers that simulate a quantum computer. A team has succeeded in calculating the electron orbitals and their dynamic development using an example of a small molecule after a laser pulse excitation. In principle, the method is also suitable for investigating larger molecules that cannot be calculated using conventional methods.
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Push vs. Pull Marketing: A Quick Guide

There are several ways you might find yourself buying a product or service. As you shop around, you might be enticed to purchase something. For example, two common tactics include push marketing and pull marketing. Let’s look at push vs….Read More The post Push vs. Pull Marketing: A Quick Guide appeared first on ProjectManager.
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