A haphazard technology roll-out of a new voting app led to tech issues that delayed the Iowa caucus results and threw the public into states of confusion and frustration.
New CMMC 2.0 pares down the scope of the original requirements, allowing greater flexibility and relaxing the rules for DoD contractors and subcontractors who do not directly handle sensitive or classified information.
Knowing the common manipulative tactics – exploiting every emotional hot button (anxiety, uncertainty, urgency) – used in phishing is the first step to understanding how to identify and deflect them; and it requires a repetitive process.
Cryptocurrency exchanges need to empower users to fully secure their accounts to protect themselves from phishing attacks and account takeovers. Account security using modern authentication standards can achieve this without sacrificing user convenience and privacy.
The Tim Hortons coffee chain became a cherished Canadian institution over nearly 60 years in business. However, questionable mobile app privacy practices tarnished the brand and now have the company facing the wrath of regulators and customers.
For years, IoT developers have focused too much on availability, and not enough on privacy and confidentiality. This mindset appears to be shifting and the NIST report is proof of a growing recognition that there needs to be universal standards in place to improve the privacy and security of any IoT system.
Almost daily, we hear about another well-known company experiencing a data breach. While no set of steps can guarantee that your company will be 100 percent safe from hacking, implementing these steps will bolster your company’s security posture and help to protect the network from cyber-attacks.
To reduce Total Cost of Fraud (TOCF), organizations must take a more holistic approach that considers the hidden costs of fraud to help minimize the cumulative financial impact and deliver better ROI for your fraud prevention efforts.