There is an obvious problem with how we approach cyber security. But blockchain may enable a single marketplace of enterprises, consumers, vendors and geographically-diverse security experts to help revise the hiring model, make cyber security more efficient, and decrease the impact of malicious attacks globally.
To meet the ever-increasing challenge of cybercrime and rebuild user trust, tech companies will need to be built with a new standard that embraces a transparent and open source approach.
Nearly 100% of companies suffered at least one data breach in past 18 months. Most cited inadequate identity management and the lack of visibility as the major cloud security threat.
New study finds multi-cloud security to be the biggest IT challenge for businesses as the authorization and authentication handoffs between the different services provide opportunity for things to go wrong.
Tripwire report finds that IoT security is a major issue at nearly every company; 99% of respondents have security challenges, and over 75% report problems fitting these devices into their present security approach.
Remote workers faced a barrage of over 100,000 phishing attacks over the last four months, mostly involving the impersonation of Google-branded websites, according to a report by Barracuda Networks.
Even though Norsk Hydro cyber attack is projected to cost the company $75 million, the refusal to pay ransom and transparent working with law enforcement during the attack could mean a new standard for cyber security.
The US Cyber Command is expecting the TrickBot botnet to be involved in election interference attempts, and is actively running persistent operations against it along with Microsoft.
Recent disclosure reveals the EU parliament suffered a major data breach exposing sensitive data of over 1,200 elected members of the European Parliament alongside 15,000 other accounts of EU affairs professionals.
Researchers discovered that almost all cyber attacks on cloud servers are aimed at installing cryptocurrency mining malware.