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Italian hack

Italian hack: Swascan explains the new Cybersec event

Italian hack To sum the Italian hack up: Too much money wasted from Italian foreign ministry. That’s why we hacked you! Farnesina’s data, from expense ( not CyberSecurity expense ) accounts to consultations, have been targeted by hackers. Who did that? Anonymous Italia on cyberguerrilla.org claims the attack. They state: “foreign ministry: you’ve been hacked”

NY rules

NY rules might change the CyberSecurity game.

NY rules Due to the complexity of the security technology, IT specialists are finding it more difficult to explain senior officers how security strategy works. Ponemon Institute polled IT specialists as part of a study. They found out that 67% of those interviewed agreed that their companies‘ strategy “is too complex to explain to senior executives.”

Mobile ransomware

Cybersecurity: mobile ransomware, a new treath

Mobile ransomware It’s becoming easier and easier to understand cybersecurity’s importance (as you can see from the CyberSecurity expense growth), as two weeks ago WannaCry hack demonstrated. Hacks’ data are alarming and an emblematic example is the Italian hack. Mobile ransomware attacks, just in the first 2017 quarter, increased by 253% according to a recent Kaspersky Lab

Premio Cisco-Marzotto

Cybersecurity: Swascan wins Premio Cisco-Marzotto

The IT colossus chose Swascan (cybersecurity cloud platform) for the 2016 edition of the most important italian technologic competition. All of this started a process that lead the company to change its business approach, foresee go-to-market and build relationships with national and international companies. Working side by side with a corporation can help a startup sharpen and change its business approach

Diversification

Diversification is one of the Cybersecurity points to face.

Diversification Cybersecurity sector, like most of the tech industry, is facing a great challenge. It is struggling to find competent candidates to fill jobs and to diversify security activities within its own organization. Diversification is a major problem. In addition to other better known problems such as mobile ransomware or Italian hack. Thankfully companies seem

Supply chain

Supply Chain – Cybersecurity relation analysis

Supply Chain Defending ourselves from informatics risks is not enough, the real challenge is protecting the whole supply chain The Digital Transformation, alongside the ever-growing use of mobile technologies, cloud services and Internet of Things (IoT), has brought about significant changes in security impacting every business process. This change implied a massive increase in Big

Cyber Risk and Insurance

  Web Application Scan, Swascan’s app to protect yourself from Cyberrisk The frequency of cyberattacks is increasing worldwide exponentially, with serious repercussions on business. The number of attacks from 2013 to 2016, a time quite short, rose by 58%, involving in it every kind of sector. Insurance, industry focused on companies’ risks, took note of

Code Review, Swascan’s tool at developers’ service

Goal: vulnerability analysis Stack Overflow, the online community with 5 million users which puts developers and insiders together, published the last Developer Survey. The research shows the most important topic trends which will prevail in the online queries throughout 2017. They analysed and considered, in a both qualitative and quantitative way, many topics. The research focused

Cybersecurity: Premio Gaetano Marzotto 2016. Swascan among the finalists

Swascan reaches the final for the GALA LAB and CISCO Awards Milan, 4th of October 2016 – Swascan celebrates the beginning of the autumn season with new goals. The business project Swascan, is born from the idea of Raoul Chiesa, IT Security International expert. Subsequently developed by the milanese software house Business Competence and supported by