Cyber Security Partnership Pact Signed with US University

Cyber Security Partnership Pact Signed with US University

the agreement also paves the way for dispatching a number of students from the academy for training or pursuing Master’s degree in micro-security specialties at the university

Cybersecurity needs to be on every organization’s agenda for 2017

There’s no reason to believe that 2017 will be any better for cybersecurity than it was in 2016. If anything 2017 will be even worse as cybercriminals continue to leverage social engineering and phishing techniques to find new vulnerabilities to exploit, develop new ways to monetize their activities and get through corporate defenses and target individuals. In 2017, cybersecurity battles favor criminals even more as vulnerable Internet of Things (IoT) devices will continue to expand the possible platforms of attack. Gartner estimates that by 2020 more than 25% of attacks in enterprises will involve IoT devices.

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