[SecurityWeek] Self-Healing Cybersecurity Systems: A Pipe Dream or Reality?

Cybersecurity has been a priority for organizations for many years. According to Gartner, organizations are expected to spend $150.4 million on IT security and risk management technologies in 2021, which would reflect a 12.4 percent increase compared to 2020. Yet, despite these investments in security controls, cyber-attacks keep coming.

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[SecurityWeek] Under the Microscope: ISACA Survey on Cybersecurity Workforce, Resources and Budgets

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[HackerNews] Researchers Discover UEFI Bootkit Targeting Windows Computers Since 2012

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