Quantum computing will introduce new risks in the coming decades, but it also has the potential to revolutionize the way organizations safeguard business-critical and personal data.
CyberEdge's new cyberthreat defense report revealed that the volume of overall breaches is in decline even as cloud-based threats and the IT skills gap put pressure on security teams.
Researchers from MIT and Harvard University developed a system to enforce private browsing protections without any help from the user's web browser.
A recent Cisco study found that more firms are responding to cybersecurity news headlines by investing in artificial intelligence (AI) solutions to safeguard data.
A new report from Datto on the current state of ransomware found that, while infections are on the rise, companies are starting to realize that they shouldn't pay up to recover their locked files.
Malicious actors are now turning the tables on encryption and leveraging SSL connections to create new cybersecurity threats that subvert detection tools.
The only way to reduce the encryption blast radius is to keep moving forward and embrace the advancements the technology has undergone over the years.
Just 40 percent of data stored in the cloud is properly encrypted, according to recent research. How do enterprises deal with this wide protection gap in cloud security?
The latest version of the PHP programming language provides support for improved password hashing and high-speed cryptography.
Security researchers uncovered two new ransomware strains that use open source tools to minimize their victims' odds of recovering their encrypted files.