Despite the growing disdain for the cumbersome process of creating and entering passwords, the transition toward a future without them is gaining traction at a surprisingly slow pace.
Cyber insurance premiums are soaring as insurers limit what's covered, exposing a gap in cybersecurity financial safety nets, according to a new report.
In its annual Consumer Impact Report, the ITRC noted that 16% of victims seeking support from the organization in 2023 acknowledged they had contemplated suicide after having their identity compromised, a substantial increase compared to 2022, when 10% had such thoughts.
With most of the hype now behind artificial intelligence, Gartner is predicting the technology will deliver transformational benefits in two to five years.
Efforts to fortify cloud security and identity management are at the forefront of new U.S. measures to mitigate cyberthreats.
Artificial intelligence technologies are aiding investigators in identifying and combating internet crimes against children, with tools that can locate offenders, point out potential victims, and quickly gather crucial data.
Scammers, posing as bioscience and health companies, are enticing students to attend a video call about a job with the intention of getting them to pay bogus fees as a condition of employment.
Venn Software introduces a patented secure enclave technology, transforming the control over PCs in remote work settings. This innovation promises to bring the ease of mobile device management to the personal computer domain.
Let's talk about security this week in the context of HP's Quarterly Security Report, and what HP is doing to step up to the problem. Then we'll close with what may be my new favorite phone: the Motorola 2023 Razr foldable phone.
A survey of 8,000 people in the U.S., U.K., France, and Germany, found that 75% of the respondents do not adhere to password best practices, while nearly two-thirds acknowledged they’re using weak passwords or repeat variations of passwords to protect their online accounts.
Workers are leveraging AI tools to enhance individual productivity while keeping their usage under wraps. However, this covert approach may hinder overall organizational performance, warns a Wharton professor. Encouraging transparency and implementing AI-friendly policies can help organizations harn...
The findings of a new report highlight the growing urgency for cybersecurity measures in response to the increasing threat of email attacks crafted with generative AI.
Researchers reveal a novel security risk as hackers exploit generative AI's 'hallucinations' to deliver malicious code into a company's development environment, posing a growing threat to enterprise security.
As supply chain attacks continue to pose significant risks, SBOMs have become a vital tool for secure DevOps and enhanced threat intelligence. Let's explore the six main types of SBOMs, their use cases, and how to select the most suitable one for your organization's needs.