Almost 60% of IT pros say their companies don’t invest enough in security.
The focus of week three of National Cyber Security Awareness Month is cybersecurity trends and how they might affect your business.
Manufacturers should take responsibility for the encryption and authentication of IoT devices.
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.
According to an FBI report, there were 300,000 victims of cybercrime, and criminals made off with a total of $1.1 billion. Although the average cybercrime came to only $3,666 per victim (as compared to $7,643 per robbery), criminals are able to commit upwards of hundreds of thousands of crimes with little to no risk of being caught.
Educating and training employees on security policies and best practices can help them become another line of defense against inevitable social engineering attacks.
Passpoint release 2, along with new WiFi certificates, help secure data transferred during online sign-up and increase user trust in public WiFi networks.
The seal is to a carton of milk what a Code Signing Certificate is to an application downloaded from the Internet. Users and consumers trust them.
This week’s tip is about not ignoring security warnings—especially those for SHA-1.