Access Segmentation and Encryption Management outfit, MyCena Security Solutions, has announced the addition of a new feature to its MyCena Desk Center (MDC) platform, designed to reduce payment card fraud at organisations processing financial transactions on behalf of customers.» Read More
MyCena Security Solutions, the pioneer and leader in Access Segmentation and Encryption Management (ASEM), today announced the addition of a new feature to its MyCena Desk Center (MDC) platform, designed to reduce payment card fraud at organizations processing financial transactions on behalf of customers.» Read More
As we enter into the New Year, I’m sure many of you will be evaluating your cybersecurity programs and identifying areas that need to be improved to help protect your business in the year ahead.
As you do this, I urge you not to overlook your corporate network access, because a foundational flaw in the way employees access networks could be putting you at risk, and it was a leading cause of breaches in 2022.
If we can say anything about 2022, it was a big year for data breaches. Uber, Optus and Medibank are just some of the companies that faced highly publicised attacks.» Read More
Five Guys initially discovered “unauthorized access to files on a file server” in mid-September, but the precise information that the documents contained was not confirmed until early December.
“This is yet another incident where attackers have managed to breach an organization’s network and the victims whose data was stolen were not informed until months later, offering attackers ample time to use that information to commit credit and identity fraud” says Julia O’Toole, CEO of MyCena Security Solutions.» Read More
Five Guys, a popular American fast-food chain, had attackers penetrate its systems, accessing sensitive employee data, such as names, Social Security numbers (SSNs), and driver‘s license numbers. Personal data taken from companion identification and work authorization documents presents attackers with a treasure trove of information to carry out cyberattacks, Neil Jones, Director of CyberSecurity Evangelism at cybersecurity firm Egnyte, thinks.» Read More