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  1. According to a recent report, 80% of surveyed global risk leaders believe burnout will have a significant impact on businesses in the next year.

  2. Something as simple as implementing a randomness to security measures should be considered to deter, and possibly prevent, a school attacker.

  3. A recent study reveals that the media, academia and the general public overestimate the prevalence of system intrusions while underestimating more common causes of cybersecurity incidents and data breaches.

  4. Retailers are embracing innovation, monitoring economic indicators and seeking to create more efficient, safe and customer-focused environments.

  5. As more and more of people’s lives are lived online, it’s important not to leave cyber hygiene at home when traveling this holiday season.

  6. As 2023 comes to a close, Security magazine highlights a number of new security solutions focused on both cyber and physical security.

  7. This year's Elliot A. Boxerbaum award winner, security design firm Electronic Design Group (EDG), focused on creating a comprehensive security program at the King Abdullah Financial District in Saudi Arabia.

  8. The Gardone Val Trompia Police Department in Lombardy, Italy, has updated security measures by implementing video surveillance systems in Mella Park.

  9. FS-ISAC has announced the appointment of John Denning as Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) effective as of January 1, 2024.

  10. According to a report, there was a 26% increase in supply chain breaches in 2022 and 9% of organizations are working with suppliers to fix them.

  11. A new report shows increasing instances of remote access software abuse and the rise of cyber adversaries using password-stealers.

  12. Drones are becoming an increasingly available risk to enterprise security. Unauthorized drones force security leaders to think differently about security.

  13. In the often fast-paced healthcare sector, security leaders have to build security into everyday procedures.

  14. Third-party data breaches against energy organizations were analyzed in a recent report, finding that 90% of global organizations have had a breach.

  15. According to a recent Claroty report, 75% of respondents reported being targeted by ransomware in the past year and 69% paid the ransom.

  16. Healthcare of Ontario Pension Plan (HOOPP) has announced Jennifer Williams will be the new Vice President, Information Security.

  17. In Episode 18 of The Cybersecurity & Geopolitical Discussion, Lisa Forte, Phil Ingram and Ian Thornton-Trump discuss the impact of cryptocurrency on geopolitical and economic conflict.

  18. According to a new report, documents that had been shared externally often contained confidential information, with 18,000 files flagged as having “highly sensitive” data, like PII.

  19. According to a report, 42% of organizations say employees with BYOD policies that use tools like WhatsApp have led to new security incidents.

  20. Pan-American Life Insurance Group (PALIG) announced that consumer data, including biometric data, was compromised through the MOVEit cyberattack. 

  21. Organization's readiness for AI was analyzed in a recent report by Pluralsight, finding that employee's AI confidence and experience don't match.

  22. According to a recent Bitwarden report, 33% of Americans have used a sports-themed password and 75% have reused their sports password across accounts.

  23. A new report shows 44% of end users say more than 25% of their physical security setups are now either in the cloud or use a combination of cloud and on-premises solutions.

  24. TSA announced that Albany and Syracuse Hancock International Airports are adding credential authentication technology to security checkpoints.

  25. A new report highlights global e-commerce fraud that occurred during the start of the 2023 holiday shopping season.