Ransomware was the most prevalent variety of malware in 2017, according to Verizon's "2018 Data Breach Investigations Report."
Recent research has shown that companies are sacrificing mobile security for expediency and business performance.
A third-party contractor inadvertently exposed Verizon customer data, including names, phone numbers and PINs belonging to 14 million subscribers.
Health care initiatives such as the campaign to encourage proper hand-washing can serve as blueprints for CISOs seeking to drive security awareness.
The Verizon 2016 DBIR revealed that many established attack vectors are still effective. Organizations need to embrace possible security solutions.
Damballa unveiled results of a two-year study at the RSA Conference that showed mobile malware threats may be overhyped — as rare as a lightning strike.
Security experts may be overestimating the cost of a data breach and the extent of mobile device threats, according to a report from Verizon.
Most firms fail their interim Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard compliance assessment, according to Verizon's 2015 PCI Compliance Report.
Recent mobile security vulnerabilities faced by Verizon and AT&T point to the scope and variety of mobile threats and how firms are responding to them.
According to a report from Verizon, many companies that suffer payment card breaches are not actually fully compliant with PCI standards.