Up to 40 percent of enterprises in Poland do not have an emergency plan for cyber attacks, according to research by Intel in the Central and East-European countries Poland, the Czech Republic, Romania and Hungary, carried out among 250 IT
Cyberspace is the colloquial term used to collectively refer to the virtual space that now occupies a significant position in our day to day affairs. Enabled by the omniscient and omnipresent Internet, Cyberspace has gone from a simple method of
ome to a network full of sensitive data about their citizens, state government computer systems are increasingly attractive targets for hackers.
“I think the threat to state and local government networks is pretty high,” said Michael Kaiser, executive director of
Applying for any kind of insurance coverage requires answering the carrier’s questions or filling out an application form.
Generally, for something like auto or homeowners’ insurance, the form is fairly simple, asking about the number of miles your drive or
As the financial services industry has become increasingly dependent on technology to interface with clients, the issue of information protection and defense against cybercrime is more critical than ever. The recently released CSA Staff Notice 11-332: Cyber Security shows the
The White House attempted to prevent top Democrats on the House and Senate Intelligence Committees from publicly confirming the Russian government was behind the recent cyber attacks against political computer systems.
Senior administration officials, including White House Chief of Staff
China has become one of the prime targets for hackers, thanks to limited availability of encryption and security resources. The most common perception of Chinese hackers is that of state-backed operatives targeting foreign governments, which in some cases may be
Cyber security firm NCC Group has bought US cyber security and payment consultancy Payment Software Company for up to $18.75m in cash.
NCC said it will make an initial payment of $15m, with two further payments of up to $1.875m
With more items gaining web connectivity as part of the Internet of Things movement, the need to protect physical devices from hackers will only increase
Our increasingly connected world gives hackers even more ways to exploit technology for malicious purposes.
It was an Eastern European gang, not a state-sponsored group, report says.
A cybersecurity company on Wednesday asserted that the hack of 500 million account credentials from Yahoo was the work of an Eastern European criminal gang, adding another layer
A new, Santa Monica-based cybersecurity startup, Opaque Communications, said on Tuesday that it has launched the company and released a new suite of products in the cybersecurity area. The startup, led by Dwayne Hall, said its new products are aimed
Technology has advanced and evolved dramatically over the past couple decades – with the pace showing no signs of slowing any time soon. While there’s no denying the incredible benefits this has provided, including enhanced communication and greater access to
Security through big data analytics and machine learning.
The open source Apache Foundation has accepted an Intel and Cloudera-created project to improve cyber security through big data analytics and machine learning into its incubator program.
Formerly known as the Open
By air, land or sea, cybersecurity has become a basic ingredient for safe and secure operations across all business sectors, including transportation. This is especially true in the age of the Internet of Things – and the trucking industry is
New artificial intelligence techniques can help battle old methods of hacking.
Although cyber attacks against businesses like the recent one against Yahoo are increasing, hackers are using the same techniques they always have. They’re just doing it lot more and
A MAJOR new Europol report has warned of eight principal cyber threats that plague citizens and businesses across the region.
The 2016 Internet Organised Crime Threat Assessment report (PDF) set out the eight threats and said that criminals’ desire to
Officials are increasingly confident that the Russian government is intensifying a campaign to steal U.S. computer records and leak damaging information to the American public
WASHINGTON—U.S. officials are increasingly confident that the hacker Guccifer 2.0 is part of a network
A year ago, presidents Barack Obama and Xi Jinping stood next to each other and declared that neither the U.S. nor Chinese governments “will conduct or knowingly support cyber-enabled theft of intellectual property, including trade secrets or other confidential business
The New York BizLab, the business accelerator in downtown Schenectady, is holding a talk about cybersecurity for small businesses and startup companies.
The cost of the event, which includes a light breakfast, is $10. Tickets are available here online.
The European Commission proposed measures on Wednesday to increase controls on exports of cyber-surveillance goods and technologies that can be used to violate human rights or threaten international security.
The Commission had earlier identified deficiencies with the current system, including