One policy expert says cybersecurity measures should be an expected item that comes with every purchase, like the safety measures in your car.
Professor and cybersecurity policy expert says it should be something that is already in place with each purchase or subscription.
Jack Wallen walks you through the process of installing an identity and authorization platform on CentOS 8.
BEC campaigns continue to shift their targets from C-suite executives and finance employees to group mailboxes, says Abnormal Security.
The FBI warns of a threat against the healthcare sector from Ryuk ransomware, and one that's already affected some hospitals.
HackerOne's list was topped by cross-site scripting, and found improper access control and SSRF vulnerabilities to be climbing in number and risk potential.
Attackers are exploiting the need for schools to receive critical updates from teachers, principals, and department heads, says Barracuda.
Professor who specializes in security says we often treat a breach like a home break-in, adding security after the theft. More students are choosing security as a career, she adds.
Professor says companies shouldn't wait until they're breached before adding tight security. Students are rising to the challenge.
Wandera finds malicious network traffic and configuration vulnerabilities on mobile devices as popular entry points for cybercriminals.
A recent Valimail report spells out several potential threats that can impact election security. But there are ways to protect your organization.
For companies with data users in both the EU and the US, laws protecting users' privacy vary. Tom Merritt lists five things to know about EU-US data privacy.
Passwords are a constant struggle for businesses and IT departments. There are other ways to stay safe.
While hotel Wi-Fi is convenient, security is not the priority, federal government says.
Through disinformation campaigns, foreign adversaries attempt to exploit the fear and uncertainty among US voters, says Digital Shadows.
98% of enterprises want CSOs, but 56% of industrial businesses don't have plans to introduce one to their company, according to a new Kaspersky report.
The report comes as officials in Georgia revealed more information about a ransomware attack that affected a digital voter database.
Adding a user with admin privileges on Linux is easier than you think. Jack Wallen shows you how.
A full Linux version of the popular password manager is expected early next year.
The New York State Department of Financial Services said platforms like Twitter and Facebook are now "systemically important" and need cybersecurity oversight.
If your currrent phone is ready for retirement or you need to sell your current phone to upgrade to a new model, follow these steps to keep your data private.
Workers are increasingly concerned about the ability of enterprises to keep them protected as they work from home.
We'll guide you through the process of using Homebrew package manager to install security tools on macOS to perform reconnaissance, discovery, and fingerprinting of the devices on your network.
Ransomware has evolved into a significant threat for all types of organizations. How and why is it such a pervasive issue, and how can organizations better defend themselves against it?
The groups have been using off-the-shelf tooling and open source penetration testing tools at unprecedented scale, according to Accenture's 2020 Cyber Threatscape Report.
Almost 20% of phishing campaigns last quarter spoofed Microsoft as many people continue to work remotely due to the coronavirus pandemic, says Check Point Research.
Teaching via Zoom has had some unexpected benefits, college professor says, though robotics class is still a challenge. Her real passion is inspiring young women and girls to go into computer science.
Teaching students around the world has become easier, thanks to Zoom classes, one college professor says. She's still trying to find a way to teach robotics, though.
Learn how to use Apple's Privacy Report in Safari so you can see which websites attempted to track you on your iPhone or iPad.
If you've had files deleted by a hacker or you've accidentally removed them, Jack Wallen shows you how to recover that missing data with a handy tool called testdisk.
Dr. David Brumley, a professor at Carnegie Mellon University and CEO of ForAllSecure, explains what Fuzzing is and how companies can use it to improve application security and speed up their software development life cycle.
Dr. David Brumley, Carnegie Mellon University professor and CEO of ForAllSecure, explains what fuzzing, or fuss testing, is and how you can use it to improve application security and speed up your software development.
Being able to secure communications between remote resources is just as important as being able to access the device. Using PowerShell, IT can do both when accessing off-site devices cross-platform.
Analysts point to specific clues from the company's response that show it may have been a ransomware attack.
Remote work makes protecting data on the PC a higher priority, while the Edge browser gets more control.
Cybersecurity professionals largely embrace automation, but half of younger employees worry that technology could make their roles obsolete, according to a new survey by Exabeam.