As leading cybercrime gangs promise not to attack healthcare organizations during the COVID-19 pandemic, can we take them at their word?
Enterprise’s enthusiasm for AI is growing, with 62% increasing their spending last year. The majority of enterprises have initiated AI projects and are progressing from planning AI adoption, piloting AI projects, and implementing AI in their operating environments.
A wave of 2,500 infections of just two strains of malware were all delivered in COVID-19-themed emails today, discovered by Jiri Kropac, a researcher at cybersecurity company ESET.
On Sunday night, March 15, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) was the target of a cyberattack meant to slow its operational response to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Like many other CIOs, Prakash Kota of Autodesk is closely monitoring the pronouncements about the new coronavirus disease, COVID-19, coming from governments and health organizations.
The corporate boardroom is the first and final frontier in every aspect of business risk. First in setting the right risk agenda and tone at the top. Final in being the last line of defense in understanding and overseeing the risks that affect any business.
The journey to better cybersecurity begins with understanding what exactly it is that your organization has to fear most and what is perceived as the weakest link in the chain.
In our increasingly hyperconnected and wireless world, tens of millions of internet users’ connections rely on a glass fiber strand no larger than a human hair.