Basic cyber hygiene only goes so far. Organizations need immersive cyber fitness training to make better decisions in the face of crisis situations.
A data leak involving a family tracking app exposed the real-time locations of more than 238,000 users for weeks as a result of a database misconfiguration.
In today's treacherous threat landscape, it seems the odds are overwhelmingly stacked against cyberdefenders. But there is one advantage attackers can't take away: thorough incident response planning.
Unauthorized individuals compromised and potentially exposed more than 350,000 Oregonians' protected health information (PHI) in a HIPAA breach.
A recent security incident that began as an email leak exposed more than 2 billion records containing email addresses and other personal information.
Organizations that do not establish a security-first culture will struggle to deliver on their customer-first initiatives.
In 2018, data protection became top of mind for organizations around the world. What lessons can we draw from to help improve regulatory compliance, data breach protection and risk management in 2019?
The onus to meet the challenge of consumers' security and privacy expectations is on the enterprise. Developing a security plan around consumer concerns is a good first step.
A good remote work policy covers a broad range of categories, from employment rules to expense reporting to legal obligations. But the data security provisions are probably the most important.
The incessant stream of high-profile data breaches can make every day seem like Groundhog Day. How can businesses combat data breach fatigue and rebuild trust through improved breach response?