Very often, the best vantage point is the front line. Watching a parade or attending a ball game – you want to be right there at the edge of the crowd, as close as you can be to the center of the action.
Iranian hackers are evolving their focus, targeting the so-called industrial control systems used by power grids, manufacturing and oil refineries.
Disney+ is arguably the most highly anticipated media streaming platform of 2019. Yet within hours of its launch on November 12, thousands of accounts had been hacked due to users’ poor password choices.
According to TFC's organizers, a total bonus of $1 million has been put up "to deliver a feast of cyber security technologies." And the leading hackers from the world's leading hacker nation have not disappointed.
We don’t often think of certified public accountants (CPAs) as being stalwarts in corporate cybersecurity. But in today’s world everyone needs to be involved in keeping their systems safe from cyberattacks.
The security research team at Checkmarx has made something of a habit of uncovering alarming vulnerabilities, with past disclosures covering Amazon’s Alexa and Tinder.
In 2013, Edward Snowden changed the way many of us think about internet security. Whether you love him or hate him, Snowden dropped a truth bomb on the world. He made us realize that several government agencies are reading your emails and text messages, listening to your phone calls and browsing your private pictures on your phone, all for the purpose of keeping you safe from terrorists.
Security breaches of Experian, Target, and even Facebook all occurred in 2017. They made international news because they were “big boys” and worthy of reporting. 2018 took a bit of a different turn.
The news seems to be replete with stories of people undertaking protests these days. Usually, the protesters aim to disrupt an everyday activity, while in other cases the protesters will target a specific event or occasion they hope to disturb. Their goal is to get attention for their protest.
A congressionally chartered commission urged the US military to adopt artificial intelligence urgently without letting debates over ethics and human control "paralyze AI development."