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The recent ransomware attack on Ion servers has caused significant disruptions and raised concerns about the vulnerability of critical infrastructure in the digital world. The attack highlights the need for organizations to adopt proactive measures to secure their networks and protect against cyber threats as the gang that attacked ION Trading UK's systems last week says that the firm has paid a ransom.

As businesses increasingly rely on software as a service (SaaS) to streamline their operations, it is crucial to secure these cloud-based platforms to prevent data breaches and protect sensitive information. In this article, we will explore how to secure your SaaS stack using Adaptive Shield, a cutting-edge security solution that offers comprehensive protection for your SaaS environment.

When it comes to protecting your business from cyber threats, it's essential to think like a hacker. While traditional security approaches focus on detecting and blocking known threats, proactive security measures focus on anticipating and neutralizing future threats. By understanding the methods and tactics that hackers use to gain access to your systems and data, you can identify the gaps in your IT security posture and take steps to close them.

Source: SteelEye

The number of fines issued by global financial services regulators reached staggering levels in 2022, according to SteelEye’s inaugural Fine Tracker.

WhatsApp, the world's leading messaging platform, has been hit with a €5.5m ($5.9m) fine for violating the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) by Ireland’s Data Protection Commission (DPC). The consequences of these violations have raised concerns about the privacy and security of user data.

Source: Verdantix

Rising losses from extreme weather are driving a global surge in investment in climate risk digital solutions, a new report from leading independent research and advisory firm Verdantix says.

The accounts of 34,942 PayPal users were hacked between the 2nd and 6th of December 2022 by unauthorised parties through a credential stuffing attack. Hackers potentially gained access to customers’ personal data, including their name, address, date of birth, tax ID number, and social security number.

The six largest US banks have been tasked by the Federal Reserve to analyse the impact of trial scenarios for both physical and transition risks related to climate change on real estate assets in their portfolios.

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