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  • In this Help Net Security interview, Ken Gramley, CEO at Stamus Networks, discusses the primary causes of alert fatigue in cybersecurity and DevOps environments. Alert fatigue results from the overwhelming volume of event data generated by security tools, the prevalence of false positives, and the lack of clear event prioritization and actionable guidance.

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  • AuditBoard announced powerful enhancements for its InfoSec Solutions to help organizations meet their IT compliance, cyber risk, and vendor risk management needs in the face of rising risks and increased regulatory requirements.

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  • Datadog released IT Event Management to its suite of AIOps capabilities. With Event Management, Datadog intelligently consolidates, correlates and enriches all alert events and important signals from Datadog and existing third-party observability tools into one consistent view. This process reduces alert fatigue so teams can focus their time and resources on remediating issues.

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  • [By: Nazar Tymosyk, CEO, UnderDefense Cybersecurity]

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  • Using third-party components in application development has become a norm rather than an exception. While boosting efficiency and innovation, this trend also opens up a Pandora’s box of security vulnerabilities that adversaries can exploit. The challenge of identifying and remediating these vulnerabilities as early as possible in the development process is paramount. Yet, many Software…

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  • Why Healthcare Workers Are Prime Targets for Cyberattacks Healthcare workers are, unfortunately, a favorite target for malicious actors for a few reasons. First, healthcare data is incredibly valuable; it contains personal health information and financial details that can be sold on the black market. Second, the fast-paced nature of healthcare environments can lead to employees…

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  • Security analysts receive thousands of alerts daily, and the onslaught is rapidly growing without any signs of slowing down. Meanwhile, cybersecurity talent is extremely difficult to recruit and retain. According to theISC2 Cybersecurity Workforce Study 2023, the global cybersecurity workforce of about 5.5 million would need to almost double to meet the current need.

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  • Many employees at all kinds of businesses can suffer from password fatigue. It is a very real problem, which can be a struggle to deal with, and often it goes unnoticed.In this article, we will aim to provide a comprehensive analysis of what it is, as well as steps that you can take as a…

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  • Striking a balance between sufficient visibility into cloud computing environments and the potential for an overdose of false positives and duplicate alerts is the key challenge facing cloud security professionals, according to the State of Security Remediation report from the Cloud Security Alliance (CSA). The report, released today, detailed a raft of important issues facing…

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  • The oft-quoted Chinese military strategist Sun Tzu famously claimed: “If you know the enemy and know yourself, you need not fear the result of a hundred battles.” Exchange “battles” for “cyberattacks”, and the maxim will hold.

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  • As Russia’s war on Ukraine stretches on, Microsoft is closely monitoring the situation to gather relevant threat intelligence. We then use this visibility to share information across our customer base and the broader security ecosystem to help increase global awareness and enhance collective cyber defenses.

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  • We live in a world filled with constant notifications. From medical devices to severe weather warnings on your phone to your car’s lane departure warning systems, automated alerts play a critical role in safeguarding our well-being. These alarms are designed to provide timely information that allows us to take preventive action. This could be avoiding…

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  • [embedded content] In this Help Net Security video, Peter Manev, Chief Strategy Officer at Stamus Networks, discusses a pervasive problem plaguing security analysts called “alert fatigue,” – which occurs when security teams become desensitized to an overwhelming volume of alerts, causing them to miss or overlook critical events and have slower response times.

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  • Countless data breaches are exposed daily, and finding the vulnerabilities that are leading to these breaches is extremely important. Businesses have been reliant on open-source components to accelerate their application development, but this convenience does come with a price: the high risk of vulnerabilities associated with said components. This is where the new approach to…

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  • Daniel Petri An MFA fatigue attack—also known as MFA bombing—is an attack tactic, technique, and procedure (TTP) in which a threat actor floods users with multifactor authentication (MFA) requests. By overwhelming, confusing, or distracting the user into approving a fraudulent request, attackers hope to gain access to your network environment.

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  • Security practitioners are under a tremendous amount of pressure to secure today’s applications, according to Cycode.

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  • In an era where multiple interconnected applications and devices continuously surround us, authentication is swiftly becoming the cornerstone of cybersecurity.

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  • In the realm of security operations, enterprises often face challenges such as a high volume of alerts, an inability to pinpoint real threats, insufficient security knowledge, and a lack of operational staff. While the operational platforms of major security firms exhibit similarities in functionality, some companies diligently analyze customer pain points and requirements, continually enhancing…

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  • Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky will visit the White House on Thursday – Copyright AFP TIMOTHY A. CLARY

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  • Vector embeddings – data stored in a vector database – can be used to minimize hallucinations from a GPT-style large language model AI system (such as ChatGPT) and perform automated triaging on anomaly alerts. 

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