Most people are confident they can keep personal identifiable information (PII) secure while working from home. That comes in stark contrast with the fact that more than 50% use their laptops for work, according to a study from IBM Security and Morning Consult.
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The latest report from the White House's Office of Management and Budget (OMB) shows that the number of cybersecurity incidents dropped in 2019, partly due to better security programs and increased investments.
Companies in financial services, consulting and healthcare, along with business leaders, have been targeted by hackers from India using accounts spoofing the World Health Organization (WHO).
Our homes are littered with Internet of Things (IoT) devices, even if we might not be aware that they fall into that category. Left unattended, unpatched or unprotected, they are just waiting to be taken over by malicious actors who can use them in numerous nefarious ways. We can now take a closer look at the most vulnerable devices and at what constitutes a threat in the home or business IoT ecosystem.
Access to company networks is sold on the dark web, and the latest research indicates that it’s a growing business, with advertisements for this type of illegal access increasing by 69% in Q1 2020 compared with the Q4 2019.