Executive Insights: Stopping Threats Starts with Getting Back to the Basics

November 15, 2017

The majority of these breaches have one thing in common. IT teams are failing to practice basic security hygiene. Cybercriminals target known vulnerabilities because they know that most organizations will have failed to patch or replace their vulnerable devices. WannaCry targeted a vulnerability for which a patch had been available for months. Shame on them. But Petya followed a month later and targeted the exact same vulnerability. And millions of devices were still affected. So, shame on us.

Read more...

Previous Article
Fireside Chat with Gibson Energy: Talking Data Center Consolidation, IoT and Cloud Security
Fireside Chat with Gibson Energy: Talking Data Center Consolidation, IoT and Cloud Security

Richard Hannah is Vice President of Information Services and he oversees the entire IT environment at Gibso...

Next Article
Fortinet FortiGuard Labs 2018 Threat Landscape Predictions
Fortinet FortiGuard Labs 2018 Threat Landscape Predictions

The cybercriminal marketplace is adept at adopting the latest advances in areas such as artificial intellig...