A joint advisory published by the UK’s National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) and US Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) shows that cyber criminals and advanced persistent threat (APT) groups are targeting individuals and organizations with a range of ransomware and malware.
The overnight move to a “virtual workplace” has increased cybersecurity concerns for small business owners, but many still have not implemented remote working policies to address cybersecurity threats, according to a new survey by the Cyber Readiness Institute (CRI).
As the healthcare sector ramps up operations to manage the influx of COVID-19 cases, major organizational and networked system changes may leave them vulnerable to cyberattacks, says the New Jersey Cybersecurity & Communications Integration Cell (NJCCIC).
General Electric (GE), a global Fortune 500 company, has acknowledged a data breach affecting present and former employees and their beneficiaries. Between February 3-14, 2020, an unauthorized user gained access to the email account of Canon Business Process Services, which GE contracts with to process employee documents.
Led by Noam Rotem and Ran Locar, vpnMentor’s research team recently discovered a breached database belonging to American software company RigUp, containing more than 70,000 private files belonging to its US energy sector clients. Read more to learn about this data breach and the cybersecurity implications.
Remote video conferencing services company Zoom announced that it has formed a CISO Council and Advisory Board, including security leaders from across industries; and Alex Stamos has joined Zoom as an outside advisor to assist with a security review of the company's platform.
Nominations are now being accepted for the 2020 Women in Biometrics Awards, a globally-recognized program co-founded by the Security Industry Association (SIA) and SecureIDNews and co-presented with sponsors IDEMIA, Biometric Update and the SIA Women in Security Forum.
Fraudsters will take advantage of any opportunity to steal your money, personal information, or both. Right now, they are using the uncertainty surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic to further their efforts, warns the FBI.