If you're a big company and you're not looking for imposters, you're making a big mistake. If you, as an individual, get a job offer emailed to you out of the blue apparently from a big company, it's pretty much a certainty you're going to loose out big time if you get "employed." Read Mark Gibbs' latest Gearhead column to learn why.
“I suppose it is tempting, if the only tool you have is a hammer, to treat everything as if it were a nail.” - Abraham Maslow, The Psychology of Science, 1966. But using firewalls to protect against DDoS attacks has its limitations.
You know Bob who works for your organization? That's right, Bob, the CFO. Nice guy. Organized, always on time, gets the job done. Good guy (except when he got tanked at the Christmas party but let's not talk about that). Well, there's something you might not know about Bob: He's incredibly dangerous to your business.
The best defense against growing waves of more intelligent ransomware is an aggressive offense. To ensure that your enterprise is ready, consider these five tips offered up to us by Kyle Bubp.
Great advancements have been made in cyber risk insurance since the first policies were introduced nearly two decades ago. Options available in 2017 offer organizations the ability to not only survive a data breach but the resources and finances to swiftly take it head on and win. Cyber threats have evolved but has your approach to insurance?
You can increase the likelihood of successfully defending against—or at least mitigating the effects of—an attack, by understanding what happens at each phase of a ransomware attack, and knowing the indicators of compromise (IoCs) to look for.
The IoT will reach into virtually every industry—it’s already having a large impact on sectors such as industrial manufacturing, automotive, utilities and municipal governments—and affect many aspects of everyday life. It's like the wild-wild West all over again. Who will win this shoot-out?
Chenxi Wang, Chief Strategy Officer of Twistlock, weighs in on the risk versus benefit trade-off of sending personal information online, why no security system is safe 100% of the time, and whether Apple is being too stubborn or the FBI is being too “Big Brothery” when it comes to privacy versus security.