Read full post Born out of a partnership of information sharing and analysis centers and organizations, Global Resilience Federation launches today to share intelligence and information across a number of industry sectors.
Read full post It’s never great when a company has a data breach and IP is stolen – but perhaps this one isn’t so bad for Netflix after all
Read full post CenturyLink’s former data centers and colocation business were combined with Medina Capital’s cybersecurity and analytics holdings to create new secure data center infrastructure firm.
Read full post Over 3,000 command and control servers serving ten remote access trojans have been found already.
Read full post Patches come in response to notification of a talk at Black Hat discussing how hackers ‘broke the homebrew encryption algorithm
Read full post Cybersecurity should be a priority for educational institutions, says ESET’s Lysa Myers. It’s important to protect students and staff from cybercriminals. The post School’s almost out … Don’t let cybercriminals in appeared first on WeLiveSecurity
Read full post A single protective technology means a single point of failure. A company aiming to build reliable and strong cybersecurity defenses should opt for a solution offering multiple complementary technologies. The post A single protective technology means a...
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Read full post Neustar says that the enterprise is finding it more difficult than ever to stem the financial cost of DDoS campaigns.
Read full post New IBM report finds the most frequently targeted industry in 2016 was financial services – where attacks increased 29% year-over-year.
Read full post Netflix got hit with an extortion attempt for upcoming episodes of its popular “Orange Is the New Black” television series.
Read full post Extraordinary claims need extraordinary evidence, but Nomx offers none.
Read full post Nearly all federal respondents surveyed consider themselves vulnerable and cite problems with security staffing and spending, a new report shows.
Read full post But nearly half of US SMBs in a new survey would be willing to participate in security awareness training at their workplace – even if it was optional.