Companies should spend less time worrying about meeting minimal requirements for cybersecurity compliance, and concentrate more on how to protect their most sensitive operations, according to experts speaking today at SC Congress Chicago.
The commission called the privacy rules a "framework" that give customers more control over their information.
PayPal released a patch for a vulnerability that allowed a security researcher to bypass the two-factor authentication in less than five minutes.
The latest data from BullGuard suggests the recent Mirai-based DDoS attack could be just the tip of the iceberg.
Today Thales announced the results of its survey into attitudes towards organisations that have experienced data breaches.
Data Breach Blog
Baystate Health reported that several employees last week responded to a phishing email compromising patient information.
It's official — there are now more millennials than baby boomers and their influence on information security is starting to have its impact, according to a recent report from LaunchTech that was commissioned by Forcepoint.
Mirai DDoS Attack Coverage
The Mirai DDoS attack that took down a slew of prominent websites last Friday was most likely initiated by users from hackforums[.]net and not a nation-state or cybercriminal organization, according to FlashPoint.
Friday's DDoS attacks that created major website outages across the Internet may prove to be a watershed moment for the Internet of Things industry, after years of warnings - mostly ignored - about the glaring vulnerabilities in IoT devices.
Flashpoint confirmed some of the devices used in the Dyn DNS attacks which took down more than a dozen websites, including Twitter and Spotify, were DVRs.
The East Coast was under siege on Friday morning from a large-scale distributed denial of service attack (DDoS) that brought down a number of prominent websites, including Twitter, Spotify, Netflix, GitHub, Amazon and Reddit.
October 2016 Product Reviews
When we look back on the state of forensics over the years, we see a convergence of single point solutions to single point problems.
Cyber intrusions are continuing unabated with no end in sight, and the industry is split on what new methods are necessary to combat advanced threats, says Endgame's Mark Dufresne.
In the complex corporate security environment, automation is increasingly the "go-to" answer for organizations lost in a sea of alerts, logs and data.