The focus of cybersecurity protection shouldn’t always be about trying to anticipate the latest means or technology that could impact a business, but instead, focusing on the same tactics and how these can specifically adapt.
Just like every company in the business world, cybercriminals are looking to boost their sales. With ransomware, they’ve found a way to force victims to pay. And in their quest, cyber attackers are borrowing a playbook from sales teams in legitimate businesses.
The Chancellor at Rutgers University said officials have opened an investigation amid "racist and bigoted Zoom bombings" that occurred during some of the educational institution's Black History Month programs.
A global survey which canvassed the opinions of over 7,000 business leaders, employees and consumers from across the world, found that in a rapidly changing business environment, the role of the CISO has hugely expanded in its scope and responsibilities. With the research also identifying security as the top priority for businesses after coronavirus, CISOs have never been more integral to business operations.
The advancement of interconnectivity and IoT-enabled equipment has brought a variety of new benefits to the enterprise, however, with this enhanced connectivity comes the possibility for risk. Even HVAC systems can be susceptible if they’re not safeguarded. As hackers modify their targets amid IT evolution, the ability to eliminate system vulnerabilities has never been more critical. In this article, we’ll offer guidance on implementing a cybersecurity strategy that encompasses power management for end-to-end solution.
The U.S. Department of the Treasury has placed businesses on notice that payment of ransoms to certain cyberattackers could get a company in trouble under U.S. sanctions laws and regulations for helping to finance sanctioned organizations. Sanctions violations carry significant civil and criminal penalties, as well as reputational and other risks. So how should your company handle ransomware?
Security operations centers need to solve the detection puzzle, creating human experience that is less tedious and more productive. The overall solution must give security professionals and the enterprise a consistent view of security preparedness, and the necessary implementations to keep their coverage high and their alerts rich. So where do you start?
The past couple of weeks, K-12 schools were hit hard with ransomware attacks. This week follows a tumultuous fall, full of cyber breaches and ransomware attacks that have hit schools across the U.S. and it has garnered government attention.
According to a new report, more than three quarters of respondents (75%) cite situational factors as responsible for their most severe email data breach, for example remote working or an employee feeling stressed/tired.
Internet users in the United States underestimate how often their home networks are targeted by cyberthreats, according to the Xfinity Cyber Health Report. Data shows that the company blocks 104 cybersecurity threats per home per month.