Cybersecurity is becoming increasingly difficult, and as a result, hacking is becoming far too easy and breaches are occurring much too regularly. All too often, hackers are able to penetrate the supposedly secure network perimeters and find their way into…
In a recent data breach, hackers moved through HEI Hotels & Resorts' network to locate and infect its POS systems. How could this have been prevented?
Check out our infographic to learn how the public sector can mitigate the threats associated with its expanding attack surface.
Lateral movement enables cybercriminals to access mission-critical applications and systems through stolen credentials.
Several recent developments in the news are highlighting a continually evolving issue with cybersecurity: how encryption should or should not be used to protect communications.
Traditional cybersecurity measures fail to prevent data breaches. What can businesses do to mitigate them when they occur.
The Ponemon Institute's recent research on the cost of data breaches in 2016 indicated that a cyberincidents in the U.S. results in the loss of around $7 million.
POS systems at 48 Omni Hotels & Resorts locations experienced malware infections, putting customer credit and debit card data at risk.
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission fined Morgan Stanley $1 million due to a data breach at a former third-party financial advisor.
A recent violation of patient privacy in the healthcare industry highlights the importance of role-based access control.