By Liran Tzah In May, Cytegic’s DyTA processed and analyzed hundreds of thousands of data points from multiple sources. Here are some of the top trends we identified for the month: Since April, the amount of cyber activity worldwide has decreased by 25%, registering a 30% drop in three months. North America is still the
Monthly Archives: June 2016
By Elon Kaplan “Most of my BOD members have limited or no IT and security knowledge and they come to me for help with any cybersecurity related issue”. That quote came from a good friend, former CIO, who is on the board of a large bank. How come board members are fully competent making educated
By Elon Kaplan Cybersecurity has moved from the server room to the board room a long time ago. Unfortunately, it took several critical incidents to put BOD members on track – Cyber is no longer a technology issue – it’s a business issue. Like any other complex field, the subject experts are required to compile
By Elon Kaplan Cybersecurity may be one of the most evasive business risks to manage. Decision makers are bombarded with horror stories of firms losing their core assets due to reputation catastrophes following publications of cyber attacks and confidentiality breaches. Publishing numbers of records (preferably in the millions) stolen from large corporates always make headlines.