As data breaches have continued to increase in frequency and severity, new legislation is making its way through statehouses across the country.
With so much personal data involved in fighting the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s not shocking that new healthcare data breaches are occurring.
Education organizations around the world should be wary of hackers trying to access their student’s personal information.
The ramifications of the devastating Equifax security breach are still being felt by both the company and the public.
While implementing patches is always important, now is an especially good time if your organization has fallen behind.
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.
A new type of cyberattack capable of exploiting vulnerabilities in Java applications run through SIM cards installed on smartphones has been identified by a mobile security company, according to ZDNet.
Making the right decision on the cloud means you’ll need information.
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.
The personal data of about 533 million Facebook users was recently discovered on a hacking forum. So far the social media company has kept mostly quiet on the matter.
The Supreme Court has sided with Google in its long legal battle with Oracle, a decision that could have far reaching implications.