New ransomware attacks from GandCrab suggest that the authors are moving quickly to improve its ability to evade detection and impede analysis by security researchers.
Organizations looking to invest in enterprise blockchains to unify and secure transactions and data records should do their homework before trusting a vendor with their most sensitive information.
Ransomware recovery can be costly for companies with no defense strategy in place. Here's what your organization can do to protect itself from these ever-evolving threats.
According to a recent threat advisory, cybercriminals have combined a new encrypted downloader with old-school macro malware to gain backdoor access to victims' machines.
Despite the risks quantum computing might pose to organizations, this emerging technology also promises to enhance cybersecurity capabilities such as SIEM, incident response and data protection.
The 2018 Cost of a Data Breach Study from Ponemon Institute reveals that the total cost, per-capita cost and average size of a data breach have all increased year over year.
Organizations can significantly reduce the risk and cost of ransomware recovery by investing in cloud data protection tools that feature file and object store encryption capabilities.
Object stores are inexpensive and scalable, but how can you be sure your CSP will properly handle your encryption keys? How can you maintain the flexibility to switch CSPs if necessary?
According to a recent study, just 1 percent of U.S. media companies reported high levels of confidence in their ability to withstand a variety of media security attacks.
Nearly half of organizations have an enterprise encryption strategy that is applied consistently across the entire organization, a recent survey revealed, continuing a 13-year upward trend.