Communicating properly with upstream management might help you and your company avoid shelfware, security solutions that are neither deployed nor used.
In recent years we've seen increasing numbers of companies fall victim to ransomware that encrypts a compromised computer's files.
The U.S. Department of State is offering up to $3 million for information leading to the arrest of two men who are allegedly tied to the Carder.su cybercrime syndicate.
The FTC's Office of Technology Research and Investigation will focus on research and the investigation of issues on emerging technology.
Researchers have picked up on a new spam campaign that sends victims phishing messages from a .gov account that thwarts email validation systems.
- University of Chicago data breach exposes employee and student data
- BCBS of Tennessee shares personal data on 80K in marketing campaign
- Patient data at risk following missing unencrypted CD
- SEA hack denied by U.S. Central Command
- Stolen laptop leads to compromised unencrypted personal data
- Sensitive student data improperly disposed during university relocation
- Baltimore County workers' personal information stolen
- Human error leads to Virginia Tech computer server breach
- More than 6K personal records compromised in university breach
- Iowa Human Services breach places 8,000 personal records at risk
- Veterans' patient information found in recycle bin
- Another victim comes forward in massive ticketing software company breach
- Unattended hard drive may have led to exposure of 14k Social Security numbers
- Hackers may have had access to resort's credit card system for eight months
- Hospital posts personal patient information on public website