As the summer travel season is in full swing, the Transportation Security Administration is looking to hire thousands more security officers.
Ninety-five percent of employers surveyed by the National Association of Professional Background Screeners (NAPBS) say their organization is conducting employment background screening in 2018.
As business leaders become increasingly conscious of the impact cybersecurity can have on business outcomes, they should harness increased support and take advantage of six emerging trends to improve their enterprise’s resilience and elevate their own standing.
Probably wishes it could go back in time and run 2FA, cos lack of it sparked the leak
A service named “Timehop” that claims it is “reinventing reminiscing” – in part by linking posts from other social networks – probably wishes it could go back in time and reinvent its own security, because it has just confessed to losing data describing 21 million members and can’t guarantee that the perps didn’t slurp private info from users’ social media accounts.…
Six outstanding professionals will be recognized for their leadership in addressing safety and security issues as part of the 2018 National Sports Safety and Security Conference and Exhibition, this week in Louisville, KY.
A team of cybersecurity researchers at Ben-Gurion University of the Negev (BGU) has demonstrated that valuable user information can be exfiltrated by tracking smartphone touch movements to impersonate a user on compromised, third party touchscreens while sending emails, conducting financial transactions or even playing games.
The security industry’s calendar seems to revolve around a few key events: ISC West, ASIS International’s Global Security Exchange (GSX), ISC East… But have you ever considered how much effort goes into securing tradeshows and other large-scale events?
A new study shows that many drivers are still willing to take the risk of texting while driving, as ‘fear of missing out’ and separation anxiety keep them from abiding by the law.
'I spent a year hiding in shrubs, and they just … publish their daily runs'
+Comment Online investigations outfit Bellingcat has found that fitness tracking kit-maker Polar reveals both the identity and daily activity of its users - including soldiers and spies.…
To create a secure digital profile, organizations need digital integrity. This principle encapsulates two things. First, it upholds the integrity of files that store operating system and application binaries, configuration data, logs and other crucial information. Second, it protects system integrity to make sure applications, endpoints and networks perform their intended functions without degradation or […]… Read More
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Fraud is a major problem in modern-day businesses. It significantly hampers the progression of business and leads to loss of revenue. According to PriceWaterhouseCoopers’ evaluation reports, over half of all businesses today have in one way or another suffered fraud. In particular, 88 percent of companies within the United States have suffered fraud that led […]… Read More
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Biases – we all have them. Are they useful? What do they tell us about ourselves or corp culture? And most importantly, how can a social engineer use them. Join us with Paolo Gaudiano in this excellent podcast. July 09, 2018
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