The Week in Review: Cybersecurity News

A check-in on cyberthreats from North Korea, Iran, and Russia. Also, a look at the many forms of phishing and how execs can improve security posture.

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All the important stories you may have missed, in one place:

5 Things Enterprise Leaders Can Do to Improve Cybersecurity A new report claims that 44% of companies globally don’t have an “information security strategy” in place. [Read More]

Will the U.S. Backing Out of Its Iran Arms Agreement Lead to Hacks? The short answer: probably. [Read More]

Cyber Explainer: The Many Faces of Phishing Smishing, typosquatting, whaling…a staggering 91% of cyberattacks can be linked to phishing and it’s sundry tactics. [Read More]

Inside North Korea’s Cyber Plots on the U.S. “Our adversaries are persistent and capable.” [Read More]

Russia to Issue Its Own Cryptocurrency “If we don’t do it, Europe will,” its Minister of Communications reportedly said. [Read More]

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