In the spirit of Cybersecurity Awareness Month, industry thought leaders share insights and news that can help you and your clients operate more safely and protect data.
30% of data breaches are caused by a mobile device, so it is essential that all organizations develop a strong focus on mobile security.
Follow these cybersecurity best practices to physically and virtually secure mobile devices by applying multiple layers of protection.
Security teams are being slowly drowned by attacks that weaken our nation’s largest businesses and critical infrastructure with no chance to catch their breath.
Train employees on current threats, make sure your security solutions are up to the task – and, maybe, disable your printer spooler.
Protecting cloud-stored data can be greatly enhanced if educational organizations take the following 5 steps to protect sensitive student and employee data.
More than half of IT and security professionals rated their organization’s ability to protect data on cloud services as relatively low.
With breaches frequently making headlines, security is top of mind for every organization. So why, when it comes to software development, is security and testing often deprioritized?
To protect your employees and your company, it's vital that you keep up with the latest security standards, train your employees and secure your work accounts.
It’s time to change how you look at ransomware attacks and how to defend your business and your users.
Ransomware vulnerability mitigation and prevention is a paramount/critical area of focus for every IT organization.
Here are three ways to improve the security of mobile applications for the new remote and hybrid (in and out of office) workforce.
To alleviate users’ distrust of the cloud, software developers need to take active measures to boost and maintain the security of their apps.
For security teams to ensure their data is secure, they need to adopt practices that make their data one of their best lines of defense, as opposed to the last line of defense.
Disaster recovery plans aren’t sufficient to protect cloud-based data against ransomware and malware attacks. Robust cyber recovery programs are required.