It’s not enough to tell your employees to create strong, unique passwords. You’ve got to actively manage and protect their login accounts, especially those belonging to privileged users. Many types of software can help you handle employee credentials to make your organization as safe and smooth-running as possible.
Microsoft updated the mitigation measures security teams should undertake for recently disclosed Exchange vulnerabilities that can lead to remote code execution after it was reported that previous measure can easily be bypassed.
Dumping passwords and going fully passwordless may seem like an impossible task, but there are tried-and-true ways it can be done. Here's how to get your organization to move beyond passwords for good.
Everyone agrees passwords are bad, but few organizations know how to move on from them to a passwordless solution. Here's how passwords fail, why it's hard to break up with passwords and why now is nonetheless the time to go passwordless.
A trade group representing the makers of unmanned drones, cars, airplanes, boats and other vehicles is teaming up with a cybersecurity company to develop voluntary security standards for the autonomous vehicles market.
A suspected Chinese-linked hacking outfit known to target telecommunications infrastructure is expanding its portfolio to target entities in the financial and government sectors using a new piece of malware, according to researchers from Palo Alto Networks Unit 42.
The Office of Civil Rights shared an audio-only telehealth guide to support underrepresented communities, including rural health patients, particularly as the COVID-19 enforcement discretion is likely to end.