This year 51% of online shopping will be done on a mobile device but most mobile devices do not have the security to block common cyber threats.
Big hacks over the past couple years have led many organizations to purchase cyber insurance as a means to protect their data. Is cyber insurance adequately prepared to meet the growing demands of Internet risks?
Browsers might deprecate trust for SHA-1 Certificates sooner than initially announced. Switch to SHA-2 now.
A typical home has around five devices connected to the local network which aren’t computers, tablets, or mobile phones, and all of them can be vulnerable to attack.
Insider threats in the US cost $230, which is more than breaches caused by system glitches ($142) and human error ($134).
The benefits of using a trusted Certificate Authority for the security of your company far outweigh the potential loss of securing it yourself.
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.