The Effect of WannaCry and NotPetya Outbreaks on Corporate Security Budgets is...Complicated
Chris Young, CEO of McAfee just spoke from New York. We’re sharing his views on the importance of company culture in cyber security.
Independent security expert Sarah Jamie Lewis, also known for her work on dark web analysis and sex-tech tampering, tested six toys currently on the market.
PayPal noted that its own platform was not affected by the breach. "TIO systems are completely separate from the PayPal network and PayPal's customers' data remains secure," the company said.
Britain’s renowned shipping services provider Clarksons is said to have become a victim of cyber attack recently.
Trend Micro in its recent study has named London and Berlin as top European Capitals which are vulnerable to cyber attacks.
Over the past few years, we’ve seen organizations ramp up their security spending to combat the numerous and seemingly never ending threats that continue to plague the industry. The amount of money poured into information security worldwide is up to nearly $85 billion this year and is expected to hit $93 billion in 2018.
Britain’s National Health Service (NHS) is all set to spend £20 million on a Central cybersecurity unit that will use the funds in hiring ethical hackers to probe for vulnerabilities in the healthcare’s IT Infrastructure.
UK law enforcement has an established and effective co-ordination plan in place that is resulting in arrests, but under-reporting is a huge problem and business has a key role to play.
Google has made public the details of a code execution exploit chain for Chrome OS that has earned a researcher $100,000.