According to a recent ransomware study, cybercrime rings have used fake apps related to the COVID-19 pandemic to target individuals. New research looks at the most impersonated apps, along with trends in other cyberattacks.
All employees and contractors of the San Francisco International Airport (SFO) will be required to get vaccinated or submit to weekly testing. SFO is the first U.S. airport to implement a vaccine requirement.
According to news reports, California-based medical startup Total Testing Solutions has removed a website that allowed customers to access their test results after a customer found a vulnerability that allowed access to other people’s personal information.
Over the last year, the shift to remote work has led to an increase in the number of identities and an increased focus on identity security, but a decrease in confidence in the ability to secure employee identities, according to a new Identity Defined Security Alliance (IDSA) study.
High-performing security organizations driving dramatic and substantive change, and reaping the benefits of going “all in” on cloud
June 11, 2021
Devo Technology announced the results of a report assessing the current state and pace of change with regards to enterprise cloud transformation initiatives and the ramifications on teams running a Security Operations Center (SOC).
Constella Intelligence research reveals that one in four cybersecurity leaders use the same passwords for both work and personal use; more than half experience account takeover first-hand
May 21, 2021
Constella Intelligence (“Constella”), Digital Risk Protection leader, released the results of “Cyber Risk in Today’s Hyperconnected World,” a survey that unlocks the behaviors and tendencies that characterize how vigilant organizations’ leaders are when it comes to reducing cyber vulnerability, allowing the industry to better understand how social media is leveraged as an attack vector and how leaders are responding to this challenge.
The FBI says that complaints concerning online scams and investment fraud have now reached a record-breaking level. The Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3) received its six millionth complaint on May 15. It took nearly seven years for the FBI’s Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3) to log its first million complaints. It took only 14 months to add the most recent million.
A multi-country survey of organizations running video monitoring systems, conducted by Ava Security, found that U.S. firms are avidly repurposing their existing video monitoring systems to support the ‘COVID Safe’ return to offices and workplaces across North America.