The COVID-19 pandemic presented a moment of truth for companies in business resilience. The need for digital-first businesses that are customer-centric, data-driven, and deliver fast time to value which was an option is now an imperative.
China-based game developer exposed personal information and transaction records of nearly 6 million Battle for the Galaxy players in an unsecured ElasticSearch data leak.
A little over half of the $4.4 million Colonial Pipeline ransomware payment has been recovered by the FBI, and in the process some questions about the source of the attack may have been answered.
Brands need to safeguard their social presence, protect their customers’ data and avoid account takeover fraud after massive data leaks like Facebook’s.
In a hybrid identity environment, Active Directory professionals need a good understanding of Azure Active Directory (AAD) roles, applications, and multifactor authentication (MFA) to effectively secure the environment.
The CFAA case of Van Buren v. U.S. has concluded with a decision resulting in a clarification of how crimes involving "authorized access" are defined.
After seeing substantial portions of the energy and meat production supply chain kept from the market for days due to ransomware attacks, the US government is calling on private organizations to shore up their cybersecurity.
Implementation of two-factor authentication (2FA) has understandably rubbed some people up the wrong way but is a step in the right direction, not just for other subscription businesses to follow suit, but good for the digital security of users as a whole.
A ransomware attack once again caused a serious blow to a critical segment of the US economy last week. This time it was the food supply … these attacks demonstrate that critical infrastructure is not only a vulnerable but also viable target.
Russian darknet market Hydra emerged as the hotspot for illegal transactions within three years, earning $1.37 billion in cryptocurrency transactions.