Organizations face many threats to their data systems and information. Knowing all of the fundamental elements to cyber safety is the first step to fulfilling these threats.
The reach of cyber protection is broad. The core regions are explained below, and some other fantastic cyber security plan must take all of them into consideration.
With more businesses running vital business computing functions in the cloud today, cloud security is a must as attackers seek to exploit vulnerabilities and gain unauthorized access to sensitive data. In this post, we’ll talk about the benefits of cloud security as well as some best practices to follow.
We created an infographic based on The DG Data Trends Report, which assesses the risk of data loss during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Modern businesses are moving their data to the cloud, and for good reason. But as cloud platform services see an increase in use, there has been an explosion in the number of unmanaged risks in the mission-critical digital industry. This is where Cloud Security Posture Management (CSPM) comes into play.
Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) remains both a major opportunity and challenge for enterprises. By following the right approach to identifying BYOD risk and developing effective BYOD policy it is possible to capitalize on the benefits of BYOD without adding significant risk.
20 Data Security Experts Share Best Practices for Data Security in Hybrid Environments.
When Broadcom acquired Symantec in the fall of 2019, there were many questions in the market from their customer base. Many of them came to us asking for assistance in protecting their most critical data and reducing their vendor uncertainty.
Threat intelligence is what becomes of data after it has been gathered, processed, and analyzed. Organizations can use threat intelligence against cyber threats. In this article, we’ll discuss what threat intelligence is, its types, how it works, and why it’s important.
The hacker, based in Kazakhstan, sold backdoor access to over 300 victim networks, some for up to $100,000.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation said this week that its seen a spike in fraudulent unemployment insurance claims related to the pandemic.
The FBI recently reflected on the the arrest of a hacker who stole intellectual property from a tech company, including how collaboration and activity monitoring played a role in tracking him down.
The Federal Reserve shared insights around mitigating synthetic identity fraud, one of the quickest growing financial threats, this week.
The European Data Protection Supervisor (EDPS) announced its plans for 2020-2024 this week and stressed that the EU needs digital solidarity and to make data work for all people across Europe’s borders.
A new lawsuit alleges the chief developer of the company's IP left the company and took some of its confidential information with him to start a new competing company.
A health plan recently disclosed a data breach of 11,500 patients that was triggered by an email mistake.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation’s Director Christopher Wray discussed the Chinese Communist Party's vast influence on U.S. intellectual property, the financial sector, and democracy in a talk this week.
The CIA failed to install safeguards to prevent the theft of its most valuable cyber weapons in 2016.
One company is alleging a rival shop lured two of its most senior employees away - along with trade secrets, confidential information, and a list of its customers.
The online marketplace, which specializes in greeting cards and wedding invites, was hit with a class action lawsuit under the California Consumer Privacy Act last week, alleging it failed to protect its customers PII.
Privacy advocates are up in arms about a sweeping new bill introduced this week that would allow "lawful access" of encrypted devices and services with a warrant.
A report via the European Commission highlights the importance of protecting and enforcing intellectual property in the European Union.
An activist group posted nearly 300 gigabytes of data from police departments, including scanned documents, videos, emails, audio files, and more, online Friday.
Learn about cyber security, why it's important, and how to get started building a cyber security program in this installment of our Data Protection 101 series.
Two years after it happened, the popular department store is electing to settle a class action data breach lawsuit that alleged the company failed to properly secure customer data online.
In a new lawsuit, a candy bar company is alleging a former employee downloaded more than 6,000 files involving its trade secrets, strategies, and market insights, before leaving to join a competitor.
Findings from the latest FISMA report are out and while the number of total cybersecurity incidents in 2019 were down, the federal government continues to face challenges mitigating basic security vulnerabilities.
In an advisory last week, the NSA warned that a flaw in the Exim mail transfer agent (MTA) has been exploited by Russian cyber military actors since last August.
With nearly everyone these days working from home, how has the COVID-19 crisis impacted the risk of sensitive data loss?
The FBI on Wednesday shared details around a recent $1 billion trade secret theft case and reminded companies to report suspected crimes like trade secret theft.
Ireland's data protection commission confirmed last week it planned to fine a state agency €75,000 for violating the General Data Protection Regulation, or GDPR.
In a PSA on Wednesday, the FBI and CISA warned healthcare and pharmaceutical orgs that Chinese hackers are seeking valuable IP and health data regarding COVID-19 treatment.
The U.S. government recapped the top 10 most exploited vulnerabilities from 2016-2019 and warned how 2020 is shaping up vulnerability-wise on Tuesday.
Assuming an attacker has physical access to a machine, a new attack could let allow for the access of data on a locked, password protected, and encrypted hard drive.
The FTC is seeking comment on whether or not it should make changes to its Health Breach Notification Rule, a rule that compels orgs to disclose when health records are breached.
The line between browsers and password managers keeps blurring. Firefox and Chrome recently incorporated new ways for users to tell if passwords they’re using are compromised.
A joint alert via cybersecurity agencies in the UK and U.S. this week warned about how APT groups are exploiting COVID-19 to collect PII, IP, and other intelligence.