Results from a study recently published in Cyberpsychology, Behavior and Social Networking, revealed a correlation between the stress hormone level cortisol and the exposure to a personal cyberattack.
A specific type of cyber attack, DDoS attacks, has dominated many headlines of late. These attacks revolve around hacker attempts to essentially shut down a website or network—or combination thereof—by sending a wave of traffic in a short amount of time.
Results of a recent study from Kaspersky Lab called into attention a big cybersecurity problem in the business world: employees.
Akamai reported a slight decrease in web application attacks on yearly basis in Q3 2016.
Akamai reported a 71 percent increase in total DDoS attacks year-over-year in Q3 2016.
While the list of Election Day concerns varies widely throughout the population, one remains a constant: cybersecurity.