Even though organizations are expecting security automation to reduce their cybersecurity workforce, it also helps them to focus on overall network security and the most serious vulnerabilities.
A recent decision by the European Commission has granted the UK the "adequacy" status needed for international data transfers to be considered legal under the terms of the GDPR.
With the prevalence of phishing and watering hole attacks, companies in Singapore are advised to adopt AI learning models in their cyber defense to keep up with malicious codes.
Misconfigured AWS buckets containing dozens of terabytes worth of social media messages were exposed to the public. The data found in Pentagon's leaked database was gathered by the U.S. military as part of their ongoing efforts to identify so called ‘persons of interest’, revealing the extent of internet surveillance.
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.
Snapchat has explored plans to skirt Apple's new privacy rules and continue tracking users, making use of banned device fingerprinting techniques rather than the IDFA identification number.
About 3 million credit card numbers were siphoned off and sold at Joker's Stash. Dickey's appears to have become aware of the data breach after at least a year of activity.
Brazil's Ministry of Health website data leak exposed medical records of 243 million living and deceased Brazilians after database access credentials were saved in the source code.
Big Tech companies answered to the House Judiciary Committee's antitrust subcommittee in Wednesday's hearing, which surprised observers with the intensity of its questioning.
Little-known private network of surveillance cameras called TALON has quietly taken hold in neighborhoods throughout the country with AI-enabled cameras have the ability to recognize objects (and people).