You can’t watch the news these days without seeing a mention of a cybersecurity breach somewhere in the world. It’s always springtime for cybercriminals as they take advantage of the massive shortage of trained “white hat” cybersecurity professionals available to the industry.
October is National Cybersecurity Awareness Month (NCSAM). It was started by the National Cyber Security Division within the Department of Homeland Security and the nonprofit National Cyber Security Alliance in 2004 to raise awareness about the importance of cybersecurity all year long.
As a member of the IT community and a proud Air Force Veteran who worked alongside some of the most talented Cyber Warriors, I know the challenges posed by bad actors in the cyber realm.
Both U.S. and U.K. government agencies have taken the unusual step of issuing a rare update now warning to Windows, macOS and Linux users concerning a critical cybersecurity threat from advanced persistent threat (APT) attackers. Here’s everything you need to know.
Every year companies around the world invest hundreds of billions of dollars in cybersecurity products, services, and training – yet malware compromise and massive data breaches are still a regular occurrence.
Along with nuclear missile silos and the U.S. stock market, few other targets provide such a tantalizing challenge for U.S. foes as hacking our space endeavors.
Another week, another data breach. This time around, it’s the meal-delivery service DoorDash, which just announced that hackers had stolen data from 4.9 million customers, delivery workers and merchants back in May.
In week one of cyber-awareness month, we're putting Bradley Deacon in the spotlight. An AMU graduate and lawyer in Australia, Brad is dedicated to cyber law and helping others.