President Brad Smith said that national security is threatened by the industry's inability to learn lessons from the past.
A punitive approach toward employees reporting data breaches intensifies problems.
Changing threats, volume of threats, and ransomware plague organizations. Having some autonomous AI tools to help pros do their jobs can help.
Having an AI tool to help can ease the burden on cybersecurity teams, which are struggling to keep up with constant and more serious threats.
Veteran Michael Kassner says former military personnel might know more about cybersecurity than employers think. Read about some of the skills veterans could bring to a cybersecurity job.
The new Edge 88 browser includes tough new security features, including a password generator and a tool for monitoring whether your login details have been exposed to the dark web.
Cybersecurity bad actors are taking advantage of the COVID-19 pandemic and attacking businesses. Follow these best practices for protecting your organization before a security attack.
The SolarWinds compromise means you can no longer put off privileged account management.
Bosses are using monitoring software to keep tabs on working at home. Privacy rules aren't keeping up
Professionals union Prospect warned that the UK was at risk of 'sleepwalking into a world of surveillance' as more businesses turn to digital tools to keep tabs on remote workers.
If you've ever been tempted to change your Google account password, but weren't sure how, don't let that confusion stop you. Jack Wallen walks you through the process.
The number of breaches may have fallen, but the number of exposed records hit a high not seen since 2005, says Risk Based Security.
Jack Wallen walks you through some of the steps you can take to check for and mitigate distributed denial of service attacks on a Linux server.
If you're not sure how to view your SSH certificates, Jack Wallen walks you through the steps on Linux, macOS, and Windows.
Like large banks, these firms hold valuable financial data but often have smaller security budgets and fewer staff, says Digital Shadows.
Cybercriminals are setting up malicious domains and peddling phony drugs, all related to the new vaccines, says Bolster.
Are you more likely to be murdered IRL or hacked online? The existential question of our times has been answered
Atlas VPN drills down into a Gallup poll to understand Americans' perceived threat level. It turns out 55% are more worried about cyberattacks.
2020 was a security struggle in the world of web applications, and it isn't going to get any better in 2021, research from cybersecurity provider Radware said.
Security experts say organizations are, and should, implement a number of changes ranging from how they vet vendors to handling application updates.
Using VoIP calls, the attackers trick people into logging into phishing sites as a way to steal their usernames and passwords.
Increased use of edge computing could "put AI everywhere," according to Hikvision's trends roundup.
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