Cybersecurity Weekly: 01.05.22

This week’s top picks in Cybersecurity-focused news coverage…

BleepingComputer’s Most Popular Cybersecurity Stories Of 2022

“It was a big year for cybersecurity in 2022 with massive cyberattacks and data breaches, innovative phishing attacks, privacy concerns, and of course, zero-day vulnerabilities.” READ MORE

An Overview Of Cybersecurity Issues Faced By The Fintech Industry 

“These cyberattacks have the potential to compromise important company data and intentionally destroy hardware, negatively affecting services. Cybersecurity threats affect nearly all elements of the FinTech ecosystem. They might expose different technologically savvy financial institutions, FinTech start-ups, and monetary clients within the FinTech ecosystem.” READ MORE

Zero-Trust 101: What It Is And How To Implement It 

There’s no shortage of zero-trust hype in the cybersecurity realm. Analyst firms, vendors and security leaders alike are touting it as an effective solution to help bolster cybersecurity defenses at a time when attackers are continuing to wreak havoc in business. Though I typically caution enterprises to tread carefully when new buzzwords emerge, in the case of zero-trust, signs are pointing to the notion that it’s not just another passing fad.” READ MORE

The FBI’s Perspective On Ransomware 

“To help ransomware victims and to prevent ransomware, the FBI has set up 56 Cyber Task Forces across its field offices. These Task Forces work closely with the IRS, the Department of Education, the Office of Inspector General, the Federal Protective Service and the State Police. They’re also in close contact with the Secret Service and have access to regional forensics labs. For National Security cyber crimes, the FBI has a designated Squad.” READ MORE

2023 Threat Predictions: Beware ‘Economic Uncertainty’ For The Cybersecurity Community 

“With the end of 2022 nearing, and cybersecurity researchers and vendors submitting their predictions for what might be in store for the industry in 2023, the phrase “economic uncertainty” was often invoked and may be the mantra security professionals say to themselves when making important decisions.” READ MORE



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