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By Alan Zeichick and Mark Fox Did you know that majority of businesses (56%) in the United Kingdom hold personal data on customers, beneficiaries or donors electronically? That’s a lot of information – and a lot of potential for data breaches. Not just potential. In study published by the U.K. Department for Digital, Culture, Media, and Sport, 43% of businesses report data breaches or other cyberattacks. The Cyber Security Braches Survey 2018 says that: More than four in ten businesses (43%) experienced a cyber security breach or attack in the last 12 months. Three-quarters of businesses (74%) say that cyber security is a high priority for their organization’s senior management. Read more

By Alan Zeichick & Mark Fox SAN FRANCISCO — There was no shortage of news at the RSA Conference, held here from 16-20 April 2018. With thousands of participants, and seemingly thousands of vendor announcements, two big trends seemed to drive momentum: Artificial Intelligence and Botnets. Certainly, there were many topics of conversation, covering everything from the ransomware attack on Atlanta, to reports of cyberwarfare, to the rise of cryptocoin mining, to hardware flaws as evidenced by Spectre/Meltdown. Still, AI and botnet attacks seemed to hold everyone’s attention. Here are some of the top RSA news stories around artificial intelligence, botnets, and other areas, including the fast-growing field of Endpoint Read more