Cybersecurity Weekly: 4.14.23

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

The New Weakest Link In The Cybersecurity Chain 

“Attackers have come to realize that such unmonitored systems present the same opportunity of access employees once did – namely, an attack surface that can be found and exploited using highly automated, low-cost methods. So company IT assets exposed on the public Internet became the new weakest link.” READ MORE

Google Launches New Cybersecurity Initiatives to Strengthen Vulnerability Management 

“Google’s latest security push speaks to the need for looking beyond zero-days by making exploitation difficult in the first place, driving patch adoption for known vulnerabilities in a timely manner, setting up policies to address product life cycles, and making users aware when products are actively exploited.” READ MORE

How To Manage Cybersecurity With Remote Employees 

“A study conducted by Pew Research Center shows that even after the pandemic, over 61% of American employees would rather continue working from home than return to the office. As the adoption of remote work continues to thrive, companies need strong cybersecurity measures to protect their data systems. Here are tips you can use to effectively upscale and manage cybersecurity for your remote employees.” READ MORE 

Why Reporting An Incident Only Makes The Cybersecurity Community Stronger 

“As painful or counterintuitive as it might seem to explain how the bad guys did what they did to your organization, there are some great reasons to report breaches. Many security leaders say they fully support requirements that mandate organizations to report incidents of compromise (IOCs) and provide information on how they occurred, saying authorities can use that intelligence to help cybersecurity community better combat bad actors.” READ MORE

How Password Managers Can Get Hacked 

“Password managers aren’t foolproof, but they do help mitigate risks from weak credentials and password reuse. Following best practices can contribute to a company’s defenses.” READ MORE 


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