Cybersecurtiy Weekly 5.31.22

The Future of Zero Trust In a Hybrid World 

“In 2020, companies scrambled to put new systems in place to enable their teams to continue working remotely — but these rushed infrastructures were never intended to be permanent, long-term solutions, and now they’re posing real security problems.” Read More

Google Cloud Positions Itself as a ‘Standalone Security Brand’ 

“Google has stressed the importance of security for years but its capabilities have been limited and not enterprise ready in some critical areas such as telemetry and the offerings it’s adding via acquisition, said Forrester Analyst Allie Mellen. The company’s making some big improvements to change that.”  Read More

Prepare for Deepfake Phishing Attacks in the Enterprise 

“Increasingly sophisticated AI, audio and video technology, along with a wealth of users’ personal data available on social media, have made deepfake phishing an emerging attack vector that should concern CISOs.” Read More

Voice Phishing Attacks Reach All-Time High 

“We are seeing an increase in threat actors moving away from standard voice phishing campaigns to initiating multi-stage malicious email attacks. In these campaigns, actors use a callback number within the body of the email as a lure, then rely on social engineering and impersonation to trick the victim into calling and interacting with a fake representative.” Read more

Can Behavioral Biometrics Change the Future of Cybersecurity? 

“Using biometrics, companies can ensure that the person using their systems, apps, or customer relationship management interface, is authorized to do so. This is because behavioral biometrics technology looks at unique behavioral patterns of individuals – such as the way of typing, breathing, or speaking – to verify their identities.” Read More