Exabeam Weekly News Roundup – May 23, 2022
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Are you or someone you know a woman in college studying cybersecurity or a related field? We’re excited to share that we announced our third annual Exabeam Scholarship and this year it’s sponsored by the ExaGals!
In light of recent increases in nation-state attacks against public and private sector organizations, Exabeam Chief Information Security Officer Tyler Farrar discusses the implications of cyberwarfare in a full piece in SC Magazine. Tyler shares his opinion on whether or not we are in the age of the Digital Cold War and talked through the current threat landscape.
DEI should not just be a conversation, it should be a continuous commitment to action against biases. Our CHRO Gianna Driver’s comments on the continuous effort organizations can be putting into their DEI strategies were included in Senior Executive magazine.
This week marked four years since the European Union introduced the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) to legislate data protection and privacy. Now in 2022, a lot has changed — the UK has officially left the EU and is set to impose its own data protection law. Richard Orange spoke to eWeek UK about the impact of GDPR and what we can expect from new data protection legislation.
One year on from the Colonial Pipeline attack, Cyber Protection Magazine speaks to three cybersecurity experts — including Exabeam Chief Security Strategist Steve Moore — to learn what progress has been made since, and what organizations can still do to prevent themselves from becoming the next victim.
The 2017 WannaCry ransomware attack drew attention to the importance of patching vulnerabilities as quickly as possible, with an increased number of organizations making an effort to keep their software up to date. However, ransomware attacks have only increased since 2017, and it is now a matter of when, not if, organizations will be targeted. Sam Humphries, Exabeam Marketing Director, EMEA, joins other experts in reviewing what lessons can be drawn from the attack, and how businesses can keep their systems secure.
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