As I meet with different customers daily. I like to ask them about their key challenges. The one with the most frequency that I hear over and over is keeping their business going uninterrupted by cyber attacks and other security incidents.
Security Awareness for End Users: Working Remotely & Wi-Fi Security
The NY State Cybersecurity Rule: Does It Go Far Enough to Prevent a Future EquifaThe recent Equifax breach, announced on September 7, exposed as many as 143 million customers --including names, addresses, social security numbers, credit card accounts--with an attack spanning from May through July 2017.
What if you didn't have to worry about ransomware or any other viruses? Malware is one of the challenges that keep the CTO and CEO from sleeping at night. Many organizations think their data is secure, only to discover a major breach that allows their valuable information to be stolen or lost.
The Cybersecurity Journal collects and posts the most recent, most important industry articles here on the blog in this bi-weekly series.
In the course of collecting and disclosing vulnerabilities, I occasionally come across an issue that walks like a vuln, quacks like a vuln, but... it's not exactly a vuln.
Every business is susceptible to a distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attack. This type of attack has long been favored by so-called hacktivists, groups who specifically take down a website as a sign of protest or political statement (Anonymous is one of the most well-known hacktivist groups).
You might associate October with scary ghouls and goblins, but it's the nonstop cyberattacks that are most frightening. Thankfully, October is National Cybersecurity Awareness Month (NCSAM), a time when security professionals come together to share tools and resources to mitigate threats and attacks.
When faced with a cybersecurity incident, most large enterprises have well-planned and well-rehearsed procedures, but the majority of small to medium-sized businesses do not.
The biggest cyber attack began last week, spreading to more than 150 countries and infecting 200,000 machines. The outbreak is a ransomware threat, WanaCrypt0r...