Cybersecurity Weekly 5.3.22

Cybersecurity Metrics That Corporate Boards Want To See 

“These are the metrics that boards of directors will find useful because they help map security investments with strategic goals and risks.” READ MORE 


Hackers keep targeting Russian Government Agencies 

“Google said today that a Chinese-sponsored hacking group linked to China’s People’s Liberation Army Strategic Support Force (PLA SSF) is targeting Russian government agencies.The company’s Threat Analysis Group (TAG), a team of security experts that acts as a defense force for Google users from state-sponsored attacks, added in a report focused on Eastern Europe cyber activity that the APT group has also successfully breached several Russian companies.” READ MORE 


Spring Clean Your Online Life  

“A messy digital life leaves your money, identity, and personal information vulnerable to bad actors. Keep yourself and your family safe online with these quick tips for a spotless digital life.” READ MORE 


For Smaller Enterprises Infrastructure Security Starts With Hygiene 

 “We need to look at cyberattacks in a new way, focus on infrastructure threats, and get ahead of the curve. All it takes is clicking on one out of 100,000 phishing emails sent to open a back door to hackers which puts companies at a disadvantage. Businesses need to focus on the fundamentals, especially when it comes to network infrastructure, and small and mid-sized businesses (SMBs) in particular.” READ MORE  


Dell Launches New AWS, Azure Multi-Cloud Security Solutions 

“Dell Technologies is doubling down on forming strategic cybersecurity partnerships with the world’s largest public cloud players Amazon Web Services and Microsoft Azure to help channel partners unlock the “full potential” of multi-cloud by integrating its PowerProtect data protection and replication solution with AWS and Azure.” READ MORE