Just last week, we were looking back at the most significant hacks and attacks of 2017, and wondering what lay ahead for 2018. Well, wonder no more.
Security researchers have discovered two major design flaws in Intel processor chips that affect millions of devices—in...
Remember the corporate accounting scandals that took out Enron, Arthur Andersen and WorldCom? They all ended with prison sentences, layoffs, and billions of investor dollars lost forever.
The Internet is a scary place for businesses, which is obviously why many are paying closer attention to best practices for securing their file transfers.
Most don't think about their telephone system when it comes to securing their network, but VoIP is actually a common vector of attack.
There's no debate, 2017 is going down as the year that cyber security went mainstream. Hosts, Greg Mooney and Jeff Edwards discuss the biggest data breaches of 2017.
2017 will go down in the history books as the year that data breaches became mainstream news. From the WannaCry attacks to Equifax, it seems like there's a new breach in the headlines every week.
Earlier this month, personal information of over 120 million American households was exposed online. What does this say about how our information is protected?
Here’s the situation: your company is experiencing significant growth. You’re about to lead your firm and your workers to the step that will get all of you to the next level. But before you do, one of your workers encounters some ransomware and opens a data breach that...
It’s that time again, where, with the new year ahead, we make resolutions to better ourselves, and look back on the past year and face just how bad we really were….at coming up with strong passwords.
Security information and event management (SIEM) software provides a way to track, integrate, and analyze the vast amount of log data that comes from an organization’s applications and network hardware. Its original value came from compliance reporting, but it is...