One data breach could mean financial ruin for a SMB, so it is important to react quickly in case of a breach. If your business has been breached, here's what to do.
Ask yourself: As a decision maker for your business or employer, when it comes to protecting your organization’s customers’ or clients’ personal data, how proactive are you?
It has been predicted that everything in the future will be connected and "communicate" with one another. There is even a phrase for it: the Internet of Everything (IoE).
Millions of Americans may soon become part of an expanded government database that would give two federal regulatory agencies an up-close and personal view of their private financial lives that, if breached, could make for a really bad day for a whole lot of people.
I will be the first to admit that NSA surveillance originally began with good intentions to protect us, but they have gone much too far. Likewise neither the NSA, nor the nation as a whole, have gone far enough to stop the potentially dangerous hacking.
How much of "you" is stored inside your smartphone? For some of you, the answer will be "My entire life." And that's practically true. For many, all sorts of highly private, sensitive information, including photos, are stored in that little device called a smartphone.
Recently a settlement was obtained between 2 companies with the FTC. The charge was that these organizations failed to secure their mobile apps, which...
By absolute necessity, consumers have gotten fairly paranoid about the ways in which they share personal information online. There is big value in a service that allows consumers to share material -- and then make that material disappear.
The FBI could greatly expand its applicant pool, thus increasing the quality of its hires, if it simply threw out the rules barring past drug use and focused instead on preventing on-the-job impairment.
To avoid escalatory steps, the United States and China have to find ways to have an open and fair dialogue on cyber-espionage and other cybersecurity related issues.
Haven't companies learned from that giant retailer breach in December of 2013? That big retailer was left toppled. Companies don't realize that if they nickel-and-dime security, they'll get what they pay for.
In a perfect world, kids would come fully-equipped with the cognitive capacities to make wise decisions online, starting from the moment they first press a sticky finger to the screen of a smartphone or tablet.
It's classically challenging for many banks to assess how risk management practices affect the institution. However, banks that have worked at measuring the impact of a risk management program report favorable outcomes on financial performance.
Don't just throw out your old devices; take measures to protect your personal information. Back Up Before ridding your device, back up everything on ...
The rate of malware (ransomware) attacks on small businesses climbs at an alarming rate. The security firm McAfee warns that soon, attacks that come t...
The biggest threat to your data may not come from external hackers. Find out how to guard against intentional or accidental internal cyber breaches. ...