Social engineering will always be one of the easiest ways for threat actors to get what they want. So what can enterprises do to decrease the risk?
Identity and access management (IAM) has become increasingly challenging due to the complexity of more devices, applications, information, users and data privacy regulations.
In light of a regulatory landscape that is becoming more complex and costly, boards need better insight into the organization's risk exposure and its ability to handle cybersecurity risks.
Only one-third of organizations feel their processes for third-party risk management are effective. The root of the issue lies in visibility and ineffective process.
Security data isn't useful when it's isolated in data silos. Organizations need a simplified ecosystem of integrated security solutions to keep up with the shifting threat landscape.
I know that open Wi-Fi is sometimes better than no Wi-Fi, which is why I always use a VPN when connecting to public networks. But not all business travelers are so careful, according to a new report.
Per X-Force IRIS, at least 22 percent of reported campaigns in April 2019 delivered macro malware. What methods can defenders leverage to help detect malicious macro activity?