November 2023 Security Update: LockBit claims responsibility for Canadian Government Employee Data Breach
LockBit claims responsibility for Canadian Government Employee Data Breach, while organizations fight back against other types of attacks with stronger security and greater transparency.
Savvy solution providers will keep an eye on these three trends that can't afford to be ignored in 2024.
With UX, speed and quality all balanced on the edge of a pin, can development teams still protect their software from supply chain cyber-attacks?
Is AI a solution to cybercrime or just another tool criminals will use against you and your customers?
News of stronger attacks and more advanced defensive tools top this month’s security update.
Remember, you aren’t just protecting data and networks. You’re contributing to business survival.
Here are three ways security teams can harness AI to strengthen their security operations by going beyond just detection and response.
AI is providing the aid many cybersecurity professionals deeply need to protect users and systems.
The security landscape continues to expand and evolve with risks to API security, new vulnerabilities discovered, and government agencies in the crosshairs.
The cyberthreat landscape continues to evolve. B2B software developers must stay on guard.
Solutions providers must stay one step ahead with payment security to help protect their clients from fraud and cyberattacks.
Build robust biometric authentication that provides positive user experiences while maintaining privacy and data protection.
It’s never been more important to update legacy IT, follow security standards and best practices, eliminate ways to avoid using strong passwords, and patch vulnerabilities quickly.
With more than half of June to go, the CVEs and attacks keep mounting. See which exploits may be putting your business and your clients at risk.
Organizations will continue to struggle with identity- and authentication-related attacks. Google recommends three actions you can take today.