As if having a solid disaster recovery (DR) plan wasn’t hard enough, a new study shows that severe weather is likely to make power outages last even longer.
New data finds that only 10% of IT security jobs are held by women – this despite the fact that more women are entering the field.
So far, 2015 has seen its fair share of security news, good and bad (although with security news, the bad often far outweighs the good). And with the benefit of hindsight, we can now take some time to look back on these developments to find top trends so far this year – and what should be […]
Usually when you hear about malicious applications, it’s a case of hackers evading Google Play’s defenses. But it was recently discovered thousands of App Store apps have potential security flaws.
By now you’ve probably heard the very, very important news that Facebook is working on a so-called “dislike” button.
Yet another lesson from the Ashley Madison hack: If you’re counting on encryption of sensitive data to save the day, you may wind up regretting that decision.
The cyberattack that holds devices and information for ransom is only getting more popular with attackers. Find out what’s changing in ransomware, and whether your users should actually be concerned.
One of the most basic security steps for mobile devices turns out not to be secure after all.
They grow up so fast: Microsoft’s new, more secure browser got its very first security patch on Tuesday.
It appears working from home has finally reached the tipping point, with three-quarters of employees saying that’s where they feel most productive. But is this really a secure option?