Investors can no longer ignore the cyber resilience of their target companies, in fact the new WEF report shows they should be actively play a role in incentivizing responsible and secure innovation.
Proposed Active Cyber Defense Bill “hack back” will allow victims of hacker attacks to carry out digital vigilantism but what are the consequences when companies take law into their own hands?
Cyber threats are inevitable in today’s technologically driven world. While businesses are dependent on technology to grow, it’s also important to learn how to protect it from cyber attacks.
Fitness devices like Fitbit may no longer be used just for tracking physical health. U.K. researchers are looking into using fitness tracker technology to make people more aware of potential cyber threats and encourage them to take proactive action.
Protecting your client’s private information is crucial for a business, learn more about security measures to prevent data breach and guarantee safety of information in the online world.
New Atlantic Council report by two former Department of Defense officials suggests that active cyber defense would represent a welcome compromise between doing nothing and going on the offensive.
Aggressive Changes to Deterrence, International Response and the Use of Offensive Cyber Capabilities…
U.S. commitment to defend Japan in the face of cyber attacks and rise of offensive cyber maneuvers is signalling a commitment to international response and a broad sea change in foreign policy.