Cyber Security News, Insights and Resources
Cyber security news, insights and resources to help cyber security leaders stay on top of developments, and to understand and address the challenges faced by their organization.
While digital forensics software and services that are used in cases of cybercrime currently account for just about $430 million, the growth of cybercrime is likely to generate substantial demand in the years to come.
By protecting machine-to-machine communication using machine identity protection, you can help stop many insider threats and a wide variety of other security threats, before they can damage your network and your company as a whole.
Deepfakes are a relatively new phenomenon, first starting to emerge on the internet in late 2017 but techniques to replace one face with another in a very realistic and natural-looking way have been available for years now, so why is there such a panic brewing over deepfakes?
By now, the Social Credit System that the Republic of China has been planning to implement since 2014 is known about across the globe. If you think the Western world is miles apart from taking measures even remotely similar to the SCC in China, then you’re dead wrong.
The annual ENISA threat landscape report is one of the most helpful tools for keeping a finger on the pulse of current trends in cyber threats. This year's report highlights the dramatic rise in denial of service and cryptojacking attacks.
User activity monitoring and insider threat detection is evolving to get ahead of the ever increasing threat to user data. Providing advanced analytics, insightful intelligence, and effective response mechanisms, it addresses three critical components of data security in 2019.
New report detailed a wide variety of IoT security and privacy flaws in common smart devices bought off-the-shelf from major retailers. Some of which are sending personal information to third party companies in China.
Bangladesh has initiated a lawsuit against Rizal Commercial Banking Corp for the 2016 cyber heist of US$81 million, supported by the Federal Reserve Bank of New York.