You’re a cyberattack target, and you may not be doing all you can to protect your clients and your ISV business.
News of stronger attacks and more advanced defensive tools top this month’s security update.
Train employees on current threats, make sure your security solutions are up to the task – and, maybe, disable your printer spooler.
Remember, you aren’t just protecting data and networks. You’re contributing to business survival.
Software developers unfamiliar with the nuances of incorporating credit card processing into their software might wonder what the term “PCI compliance” is when they hear it and be confused about why it matters for their business. PCI compliance represents adhering to the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI...
Microsoft has launched the preview of its new update guide, which includes a few welcome improvements.
Follow these cybersecurity best practices to physically and virtually secure mobile devices by applying multiple layers of protection.
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.
Cybersecurity myths lull SMBs into a false sense of security. The truth is SMBs are just as much a target are enterprises and must follow the same best practices to keep their businesses safe.
The number of public sector cyberattacks is increasing. Take these steps to protect your clients.
The cyberthreat landscape continues to evolve. B2B software developers must stay on guard.
Ensure your applications and customers don’t fall prey to these common IoT security missteps.
Here are the latest cybersecurity threats targeting you and your customers.
Adopting AI technology rapidly for software development could come at the cost of stability, safety, and security.
Whether on-premises or in the cloud, unstructured data continues to increase in business criticality, yet remains woefully neglected.