How the Mail-In Voting Controversy Creates Opportunity for Identify Theft and Cyber Attacks
These faceless criminals took advantage of fear, uncertainty and doubt when the pandemic hit, and they're doing it again as the election nears.
Cybersecurity Being Ignored? 98% Indian Establishments Report Shortage In Security Operations Staff
According to a recent report, though India is at the forefront in adopting cloud technology, 53 per cent of Indian enterprises fail to identify cybersecurity risk to systems, people, assets, and others
Why IT Security Will be a Prime Concern for Businesses in the Next Decade
The continuous escalation of cyber threats is likely to trigger unprecedented demand for software solutions and employee training.
Cybersecurity Practices That Protect Your Small Business
Entrepreneurs think lack of customers, bad service and limited capital are what causes bankruptcy. Try being a victim of cybercrime.
Local U.S. Election Officials' Emails Vulnerable to Cyberattacks, Report Warns
Email privacy controls-or a lack thereof-could put state and local election administrators at risk of phishing.
The Rising Significance Of Cybersecurity For Logistics
The direct costs from cybersecurity breaches are growing exponentially, and companies-even small ones-are feeling the need to invest in new systems
Strong Authentication and Regular Compliance Assessment Is Core to Fighting Cyber Crime
Companies can look at setting up special advisory committee or crisis management team comprising of executive and board members aligned with the Information Technology Amendment Act, 2008
How to Protect Your Small Business From Cyber Attacks Right Now
An annual report from Verizon found one type of breach makes up 30 percent of attacks on small businesses. Here's what you need to know.
FBI Sees Cybercrime Reports Increase Fourfold During COVID-19 Outbreak
The FBI says hackers have a special interest in COVID-19 research.