Some of the changes COVID-19 engendered will outlast the pandemic itself. The primary source of cybersecurity risks have shifted as remote work arrangements means the weak link is the individual employee who may not have adopted all the urgently needed new security measures.
FlexBooker, a commonly used appointment scheduling and calendar service, is apologizing to its customers after 3.7 million records appeared on a dark web hacker forum following a DDoS attack.
Cyber insurance premiums have jumped 73% in the U.S alone. Greater specificity over what is (and what is not) covered has become a feature of many updated policies, as has the expectation that companies need to have greater cybersecurity hygiene in place in order to qualify for insurance.
Thousands of companies using popular NPM libraries have just learned that the hidden price of free software is that the open source developer may withdraw their consent at any time.
Lapsus$ cybercrime gang claimed responsibility for the Impresa group ransomware attack by defacing the media company’s website and tweeting from its verified Twitter account.
As our vehicles become increasingly smarter and an extension of our mobile phones, users' security and privacy is being threatened by car hacking. Luckily, there are relatively simple measures you can take to protect your vehicle data, safety and security.
CISA stresses that "significant" Log4j breaches have not yet been found in the networks of federal agencies or critical infrastructure, but that it is not yet possible to assess whether the vulnerability is present across all of these disparate systems.
Threat group commits financial theft by hiding inside the victims’ networks for months while studying their financial systems and injecting fraudulent transactions into regular activity.
It’s beyond time to ask an uncomfortable question: are your employees your biggest defense or greatest vulnerability against insider threats? How well you defend your data depends on getting this question right.
Law enforcement agencies have identified at least 150 investment fraud websites operated by fake broker-dealers who stole a minimum of $50 million from at least 70 victims.