Key Biscayne is the third Florida town to be hit by hackers in June. A third small Florida town has been hit with a June cyberattack. Key Biscayne, a village of some 13,000 residents, has confirmed that it suffered a “data security event” on Sunday, June 23. According to reports in local media, all village
Attackers were reportedly able to compromise email and file-sharing systems for some of PCM’s customers. Cloud solution provider PCM has been hit with a data breach in which attackers reportedly accessed the email and file-sharing systems for some of its clients, KrebsOnSecurity reports. PCM, which has 2,000-plus customers and generated about $2.2 billion in 2018,
Looking at underlying security needs means organizations are more likely to be in compliance with privacy regulations. As we pass the one-year anniversary of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and look ahead to the upcoming enforcement of the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) on January 1, 2020, what do privacy best practices look like?
Proof-of-concept, which allows remote code execution, is latest to exploit Dynamic Data Exchange (DDE) and is another reminder why organizations must ensure Office settings are secure. Organizations now have one more reason to pay attention to the security settings of their Microsoft Office applications. Researchers at Mimecast have developed a working proof of concept that
Alphabet’s enterprise cybersecurity division will become part of the Google security portfolio. Chronicle, the enterprise cybersecurity division spun out of Alphabet’s X — the search giant’s “moonshot factory” incubator — is being swallowed by corporate sibling Google to become part of the Google Cloud. The move will make Chronicle part of the Google security portfolio, joining
A new report offers the first step toward understanding and managing IoT cybersecurity risks. NIST has issued a new report intended to help managers understand and manage the risks that come with Internet of Things (IoT) devices throughout their life cycles. The 34-page report, “Considerations for Managing Internet of Things Cybersecurity one Privacy Risks,” begins
Jun Ying is the second Equifax employee found guilty of insider trading related to the massive 2017 data breach. Jun Ying, former chief information officer of Equifax US Information Solutions, has been sentenced to four months in federal prison and a year of supervised release for insider trading. In March 2018, the Securities and Exchange
Breaches caused by external vendors and service providers have become a major and escalating problem for organizations. 1 of 8 Image Source: Shutterstock Breaches resulting from third-party security lapses are on the rise. Last year, 61% of surveyed US organizations said they had experienced a breach caused by one of their vendors or another third party. Some