Worried that junior- and mid-level road warriors might make your company vulnerable to a cyberattack? When it comes to digital security, your weakest security link is more likely to be a company leader, according to a new study.
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.
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.
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.
The FBI has warned that "the threat" to U.S. election security "from nation-state actors remains a persistent concern," that it is "working aggressively" to uncover and stop, and the U.S. Director of National Intelligence has appointed an election threats executive.
Somewhat ironically, Huawei—under heavy fire from the U.S. government over alleged information security issues, has been (temporarily) suspended from the quietly competent global trade body responsible for promoting cross-industry information security.