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.
Enterprise data and devices require additional safeguarding wherever your employee takes them — especially on vacation. Some basic user education can greatly reduce security risk.
WPA3, which was released in June 2018, promises to improve Wi-Fi security — but the changes will be gradual because the Wi-Fi Alliance will need to certify routers to work with the new protocol.
IBM X-Force researchers observed several ongoing spam campaigns tied to the World Cup — many of which used the official branding of tournament sponsors to lure victims.
Cybercriminals launched various phishing scams targeting World Cup fans leading up to and during the first week of the monthlong international soccer tournament.
Corporate VPN security still plays a vital role in protecting enterprise networks, but it is no longer sufficient to prevent unauthorized third-party or privileged access on its own.
The key to improving identity theft awareness is to understand the risks, which include phishing attacks, digital trust abuse, poor password management, BYOD policies and more.
Survey Reveals 92 Percent of IT Professionals Concerned About Public Wi-Fi Security Risks on Corporate Devices
According to a recent survey, 92 percent of IT professionals are concerned about Wi-Fi security risks associated with Internet of Things (IoT) devices that are connected to corporate networks.
Wi-Fi Protected Access (WPA3), the updated version of the globally used wireless security protocol, is set to launch later this year to help boost network defenses.
Winter holidays mean more cybersecurity breaches for enterprises. How can security leaders train staff members to better manage digital assets during this time?