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Cybersecurity deals with security of the application, information, and systems. It also includes operational security, disaster recovery and education of the end user. Constantly changing nature of security risk have made Cybersecurity challenging. In the current environment, the threat is advancing quickly, and the emergence of technology have made the cyber security approaches insufficient. The global cyber security market is growing on a continuous basis mentioned in Forbes. In 2015 it reached $75 billion, and it is expected to hit $170 billion in 2020.

​Top 5 Cyber Security Tips To Keep Hackers Away

Maintaining your cyber security is difficult, yet crucial in this day-and-age. A hacker can easily access your private pictures, videos or any content you did not wish to share with strangers. They can then use that content for multiple purposes. If the hackers find these videos to be intimate, they might blackmail you and demand a hefty ransom.

Israeli cybersecurity firms raised record $814.5 million in 2017

In 2017 international investors participated in more funding deals of Israeli cybersecurity firms than did Israeli investors. This is “further proof of the growing recognition of Israel as a global leader in cybersecurity,” the report said. At the same time, there was slightly less activity of Israel-based investors, including angels.

Silicon Valley cybersecurity firm acquires Pittsburgh's Wombat for $225M

Wombat Security emerged in June 2008 as a spinoff of Carnegie Mellon University. Three faculty members at the School of Computer Science created the startup to address the human element of phishing, ultimately building training solutions for cybersecurity.

“Because threat actors target employees as the weakest link, companies need to continuously train employees and arm them with real-time threat data,”
Gary Steele, Proofpoint CEO, said in a release.

Cybersecurity Firms Qualys, Mimecast Report Earnings That Top Views

Qualys said that adjusted fourth-quarter earnings were 32 cents a share, up 39% from a year ago, with revenue rising nearly 19% to $62.9 million. A year earlier, Qualys earned 23 cents a share on sales of $52 million. Analysts expected Qualys to report earnings of 28 cents on sales of $62 million for the period ended Dec. 31.

Email Security.

With multiple mass cyber break-ins and hackers giving all their efforts to destroy any sense of security we may have in our communications, it's natural to be concerned about the level of security that email service providers can actually give.

The email giants are all experiencing a great deal of change when it comes to their security strategy and approach, and rightly so.

When should an organization report a data breach?

No matter what its size or cybersecurity posture, your organization is vulnerable to cyber crime and data breaches. Under federal, state, and international laws, once organizations become aware of a breach they have a certain amount of time to report it to the relevant supervisory authority. Sitting on an incident without reporting it puts organizations at risk of legal and other ramifications.

Knowledge Is Power in the Battle to Control Our Data

The sheer amount of data we generate on a daily basis can be more than 300 MB each day and sharing some of this information is a part of modern life. Attempting to control who collects, uses and shares our personal information requires technical tools and know-how and a basic understanding of what risks can ultimately emerge. But before anyone offers up a standard set of tips for how best to manage your privacy, it’s worth taking a moment to learn more about the complex data ecosystem in which we all now live – and what that means for controlling information about us.

Identity fraud enters a new era of complexity

The 2018 Identity Fraud Study found that despite industry efforts to prevent identity fraud, fraudsters successfully adapted to net 1.3 million more victims in 2017, with the amount stolen rising to $16.8 billion. With the adoption of EMV cards and terminals, the types of identity fraud continued to shift online and away from physical stores. The complexity of fraud is also on the rise as criminals are opening more new accounts as a means of compromising accounts consumers already have.