Using Washington State's proposed law as a guide, New York, Texas and many other states are inching their way toward a data privacy law.
A new study finds that 84% of IT admins think allowing users to set up groups and set governance rules will save time and money.
The Center for Internet Security recently launched a free tool for private U.S. hospitals to block malicious activity.
Security experts said the recent upheaval in the job market makes it imperative to bolster separation protocols further.
Cyber insurance is gaining favor in the business world. An expert offers tips on how to get what's needed for the best price.
The ransomware changes the device password to "DTrump4ever" and forces the device to log in automatically after being rebooted.
Endpoint protection for remote workers is still a huge concern, but one report finds that there may be light at the end of the tunnel as businesses signal they're spending more on user training.
The reports reveal an increase in requests from U.S. law enforcement agencies, and that the company received the most requests for content removal from China during this period.
Jack Wallen shows you how to add an SSH tarpit to Ubuntu Server with the help of endlessh.
Targeting global companies, the attackers are likely seeking confidential data on the distribution and storage of the coronavirus vaccines, says IBM Security X-Force.
The banks are being exploited in attacks targeting people filing taxes, getting stimulus checks and ordering home deliveries, says Check Point.
From remote work and social media to ergonomics and encryption, TechRepublic has dozens of ready-made, downloadable IT policy templates.
AWS customers will be able to connect their accounts to Securonix's AWS-hosted SaaS security software using what it calls a "bring your own cloud" model.
The feds removed web shells that provided backdoor access to cybercriminals in a recent exploit of Microsoft Exchange.
There were more than 10 million DDoS attacks in 2020, driven by new attack vectors and new threat actors; most of the industries targeted were vital to life during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Investors pumped almost $8 billion into cybersecurity firms last year, according to Crunchbase.
According to a new report, thieves are targeting the personal data of staff and students stored in the cloud.
A majority of the open source codebases found in commercial applications analyzed by Synopsys contained security vulnerabilities.
Cloud-based user accounts were hit by almost 3.1 million external cyberattacks throughout the year, according to McAfee.
SAP and IBM have changed the hiring and onboarding process to open up more jobs to non-traditional candidates.
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