16 percent of IT security professionals say their company isn't preparing for GDPR at all, a recent survey found.
At least 1,774 of the devices were still accessible as of the end of last week.
Financial services companies are now required to have a CISO, a written cyber security policy, and a fully funded and staffed cyber security program.
For the second time in as many months, a software developer's website was compromised and used to distribute malware.
Another company attracts VC funding for AI technologies that help enterprises mount effective defenses against today's complex cybersecurity threats.
The NIAC says there's a 'narrow and fleeting window of opportunity' to organize effectively and prevent such attacks.
And while 20 percent have been hit with ransomware, just 8 percent said they paid the ransom, a recent survey found.
The hacker group is using spear phishing emails to target hotel networks.
Over 1.8 million Chicago voters' personal information was exposed online.
And 70 percent say hiring experienced professionals is a priority, a recent survey found.
The company ventures into security training to help businesses educate their employees on the dangers lurking online.
And just 48 percent of small to mid-sized organizations think their current password policy is good enough, a recent survey found.
And almost a third said dealing with the risks of legacy connected devices is their greatest cyber security challenge, a recent survey found.
By the end of the second day, Ukrposhta said services were back up and running, though slowly and with interruptions.
The FIN7/Carbanak hacker group is leveraging straightforward phishing emails to deliver a new JScript backdoor called Bateleur.
The attackers leaked more data, and demanded millions of dollars in bitcoin to prevent future leaks.
The company's new security-monitoring solution delves into the dark web to spot the illicit sharing of stolen user credentials.