As the Internet of Things has grown, so too have the number of things that are at risk of being forgotten. Find out why it’s important to not let “forgotten” devices slip through the cracks, and how to keep systems secure.
Increased levels of smartphone malware threats presents new security challenges for individuals and businesses alike. Getting a good understanding of how phone malware works is the first step in keeping your data safe.
When it comes to cybersecurity, nobody does it as well as the NSA. A report released by the U.S. intelligence agency offers plenty of advice for you to keep your network secure.
Identity management company Okta have gotten themselves in hot water for not making customers and the public aware of a historic breach that has come back to haunt them, following announcements by hacker group Lapsus$.
After more than a decade of Qakbot seeing myriad evolutions, its latest iteration is being used to interject malicious emails midway through your email conversation chain.
In May 2020, C surged to the No. 1 spot on the prominent TIOBE index – notably, ahead of Java – for the first time since 2015.
Efforts to bring your IT infrastructure fully into the present are valuable, but it’s important that you don’t ever sacrifice security for modernization.
As the number of data breaches rises each year, organizations must re-evaluate their incident response strategies.
A new malware variant, BotenaGo, could potentially impact millions of IoT devices and routers after its authors published the source code online.
The decentralized and digital-reliant framework many organizations have shifted to as a result of the pandemic may actually be an ideal environment for digital transformation.
The sheer financial ramifications of data breaches have become far too extensive to ignore, though other notable cybersecurity trends must also be examined as well.
The Department of Labor has plans for a modernization project that might not take off.
A critical vulnerability in Apache’s Log4j Java library leaves companies scrambling to defend against hackers.
Here’s a look at the recent GoDaddy security breach, which left WordPress users’ data exposed.