Current state of data breaches, hacking: Cybersecurity concerns

Major data breaches are in the news all the time and you know how important cybersecurity is to your organization. Protecting customer and employee info is a priority for every company, but new research on breaches this year could affect your cybersecurity profile going into 2019.

New law will help protect industrial control systems

Recently passed legislation in the U.S. House of Representatives aims to protect industrial control systems (ICS) from digital threats.

Employees’ lax security could be putting you in danger

Your workplace likely prides itself on its positive culture.

Businesses facing multiple ransomware attacks yearly

Ransomware is arguably the biggest threat your company faces when it comes to cybersecurity. And it’s rarely a one-time attack.

Full disclosure: Trump administration’s new take on cyber flaws and threats

If a United States government agency discovers a vulnerability that could impact national defense and global economics, should it keep that exploit secret or release this knowledge to the public?

New York’s cybersecurity rules may have broad reaching impacts

New York’s new cybersecurity rule kicked in at the end of August, but businesses and banks are still attempting to get up to compliance standards before the final reporting deadline.

Need proof skimping on security can cost your company? Just ask these two firms

If anyone thinks security measures are expensive, they should see how much recovering from a disaster can cost.

Malware incidents spike by 165% in small and mid-sized businesses

If you felt as if the pressure was on to defend against even more attacks this past quarter, you weren’t just imagining things. Across the board, small to mid-sized (SMB) companies are suffering from more and more attacks, with a 165% jump from last year’s Q1 numbers.

C-Suite: How to get ahead of the IT skill shortage crisis

When discussing the future, IT pros and cybersecurity researchers are grim about one topic: The skills shortage.

Interop ITX coverage: How to stop ransomware in its tracks

The first panel we attended at this year’s Interop ITX conference at the MGM in Las Vegas was “Ransomware: How To Stop It In Its Tracks & Respond When You Can’t,” and it was standing room only – an immediate good sign.