Cyber Security News Archive

Six Things the Coronavirus Can Teach Us About Running a Security Training and Awareness Program

by Tom Pendergast, Chief Strategist of Security, Privacy and Compliance, MediaPROWhat was the first thing I did when the seriousness of the coronavirus pandemic...

Top Things to Consider in a Breach and Attack Simulation Platform

By Gus Evangelakos, Director Field Engineering, XM CyberThe challenge of maintaining robust organizational security has never been tougher. Just consider this:An estimated 350,000 distinct...

The Online Scams of the Coronavirus

Cybercriminals are a tireless bunch. While many businesses are slowing down and scaling back because of COVID-19, hackers aren't taking any days off. The...

The Frightening Trajectory Of Ransomware

AS THE AMERICAN ECONOMY REOPENS – IT’S TIME TO DO SOMETHINGby Rob Cheng, CEO of PC MaticRansomware, the malicious software that encrypts user data then...

More Threats and more Devices Does Not Need to Equal More Tools

How Can Federal Agencies better Manage Cyber Risk in a fast changing environment?By: Ralph Kahn, VP of Federal at TaniumAlmost every day there is...

What Coronavirus means for cybersecurity long-term

by Ken Carnesi, CEO, DNSFilterThe effects of COVID-19 can be felt in our daily lives, everything from individuals working-from-home to big businesses suddenly struggling....

How to prepare for Cyber doom – Quick guide for decision makers/budget approvers

by Lokesh Yamasani, Senior Director, Security and Compliance, Ampcus Cyber IncAs I write this article, we are in middle of a pandemic. Yes, the...

Business Continuity Planning for Industrial Organizations During the COVID-19 Disaster

Business continuity planning (BCP) is the process involved in creating a system that prevents potential threats to a company, and also aids in its...

Smart Cars: More Comfort or Risk?

Our cars are becoming smarter, more comfortable and safer. At the same time, advanced technology quietly introduces new risks, which are unknown to consumers...

Hacking as Corrective Feedback in a Social Commons

By Maureen Webb 1. In this first part of the 21st century, in the early dawning of the digital era, a struggle is taking place as...