Thursday September 24, 2020

Bringing the science to your IT security

Twenty per cent of Irish organisations have been victims of ransomware, and that’s just the ones who admit to attacks

22nd May, 2016
John Ryan, chief executive, Zinopy: Were bringing a more structured approach to things

IT security has long been more of an art than a science, but that may be finally about to change due to the radically different nature of the threat to businesses. Threats that are undetectable by traditional methods mean it’s important to take a long, hard look at the network.

“Analysts did some research that indicates that a piece of malware is there for six to nine months before it’s discovered,” said John...

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