Data loss can result in catastrophe and leave companies and individuals completely vulnerable, what are the different ways that it can occur and what can you do to prevent it?
Two competing visions of the future of cyber governance presented at UN with views between “state sovereignty” backed by Russia and China, and “free, open and secure” backed by U.S. and its allies.
With the growth in BYOD, mobile messaging and a mobile workforce, companies should make it a priority to provide secure communications for data security and compliance.
Hogan Lovells’ report surveyed 550 international business decision-makers and found that their organizations are usually not prepared for legal issues arising from technology risks.
New malware Ramsay was found to specifically target air-gapped networks by laying low and inactive in infected files until it is connected to the intended target.
Portuguese energy company EDP suffered a ransomware attack by hacking group Ragnarok who threatened to dump 10TB of stolen data if the company does not pay a ransom of $10.9 million.
Data breach of a popular online kids' game exposed personal details of 46 million users. The threat actor released 7 million records for free on a hacker forum.
A data breach that exposed usernames and passwords of 28,000 GoDaddy web hosting accounts had raised security concerns over the authentication methods being used.
Remote work has put more pressure on the technology that companies have in place. What is important heading into 2021 is that we look at what went well, what has to change, and what lessons we can learn.