There's a new ransomware variant in town and it may prove more productive for attackers and more problematic for healthcare security teams. Rather than the 'spray and pray' type attacks we saw in the past, the new twist is focusing on select, high risk targets.
In a world where big data just keeps getting bigger and global boundaries have virtually vanished, the dangers of all that transparency have suddenly become all too apparent.
Biometrics are definitely better than passwords when it comes to security, but they aren't fool-proof. Here are the three main reasons biometrics aren't secure.
In this episode of Defrag This, Dr. Arun Vishwanath calls in to talk about his session at BlackHat and his years of research around the "people problem" of cyber security.
Should governments and their departments secure data better than their company counterparts? Do the same risks of cyber-attack apply to them?
Convenience and productivity shouldn't supercede security. When employees need to access data on their phones, proper security measures should be in place.
The decision to use a third-party vendor or not depends on several factors. Regardless, cloud data security is a crucial part of business planning.
UK may be leaving the EU, but it doesn’t mean that UK businesses are off the hook when it comes to information security and data protection guidelines.
Healthcare providers need to take advantage of opportunities in security to relieve concerns and ensure the utmost protection for patients.
Fintech startups are increasingly competing with incumbent banks, insurers, and financial management firms in the areas of lending, payments, financial management, and various forms of insurance.