Almost 60% of IT pros say their companies don’t invest enough in security.
BYOD is no longer hypothetical. Enterprises must adapt to defend against security threats.
Research findings do not directly undermine the security of the Internet at large. Given the lessons learned with the MD5 full break, it is not advisable to wait until these become practically possible.
Keeping with the weekly theme for National Cyber Security Awareness Month of “Creating a Culture of Cyber Security at Work,” we wanted to highlight the importance of employee education.
An expired intermediate certificate in your SSL Certificate chain can cause trust errors to users who visit your website. The certificate is unnecessary and can be safely deleted.
87% of users said they immediately trust their private information on a website secured by an EV SSL Certificate.
A recent Google study reveals that best practices vary greatly among security experts and non-experts. The gap between the two groups not only suggests practices that non-experts should implement, but also shows room for improvement in communicating these best practices.
Effective user authentication has a massive impact on the success or failure of any platform’s security. Learning how to practice more effective user authentication will improve your defense against hackers.
Employees who are uneducated about best security practices can be a vulnerability to enterprises and are the leading cause of company security breaches.