Focus on what is being more exploited
It is just a matter of updating or changing software. However, unnoticed vulnerable software equals an open door for criminals.
Strategize with cybersecurity and avoid losses
A recently published article calls to elevate cybersecurity from operational to a strategic asset. Here we discuss some insights from the paper.
And, "of course, I can always protect my company."
In cybersecurity, optimism bias and overconfidence can have pervasive consequences. I discuss them in this post.
More realistic cybersecurity predictions
Earlier, we criticized some 'trends' in cybersecurity. Now, we discuss why some cybersecurity predictions for 2020 seem plausible and others undeniably real.
A chat with Daniel Correa
We had the pleasure of chatting with Daniel Correa, a Security Expert who shared his views on current threats, human factors in cybersecurity, and technology.
Fear will drive cybersecurity spending. Dear lord...
In this post, we review some cybersecurity trends published online. We discuss why it is a good idea to be wary of many of these predictions.
Uber cuts $120 million after discovering ad fraud...
Here we conclude our review of 'Measuring the cost of cybercrime' by focusing, among other things, on ad fraud, which appears to be a bit underrated.
Impact of cybercrime today portrays a new landscape
In 2012, the study ‘Measuring the cost of cybercrime’ was presented at the WEIS. Here we highlight the findings of that updated paper discussed last year.
How some firms (especially SMBs) can go broke
Do companies go bankrupt by a cybersecurity breach? Some people assure there is no evidence about it. In this blog post, we tried to dig deeper.