Here’s a frightening statistic: 53% of your peers reporting that they either haven’t changed their social network passwords in over a year or can’t recall ever doing so at all.
Ever think it’d be nice if hacking attempts came with full DEFCON 5 alarms – and the alerts and sirens started up whenever a user clicked on an obvious phishing link in an email? Well, as the city of Dallas found out at 1 a.m. one morning, maybe not so much.
You know what they say – everything’s bigger in Texas. That also includes the tantrums and resulting disaster one rogue IT staffer can cause.
Last Thursday, the House voted to repeal Internet privacy rules that had been passed back in 2016. And while there’s arguments on both sides of the aisle here, there’s no denying that where privacy goes, cybersecurity follows.
You can’t test what you can’t measure, as the old saying goes. And for IT, measurements of cyberdefenses are more crucial now than ever.
There’s a lot of information out there about phishing attacks – and plenty of misinformation, too. Believing the wrong thing about these attacks could end up costing you big time. Here are 5 myths that should be dispelled right away.
A recent survey finds that 80% of organizations are looking to go full steam ahead with cloud services. The problem, however, is they may not have the people in place to make that a reality.
Now more than ever we’re hearing stories about jobs once done by humans now being done by robots. But a new study points out that these automated workers are actually a huge security risk.
Microsoft’s monthly Patch Tuesday has always had detractors who say the schedule just isn’t frequent enough to counteract security threats. And an unprecedented setback with a recent monthly patch rollout is angering even more users.