2018 will bring more high-profile data breaches, with attacks and threats getting increasingly sophisticated. We outline 10 security trends to watch.
And just 11 percent plan to add one in the coming year.
And almost half of those breaches were caused by a third-party vendor or contractor.
Just 25 percent of U.S. consumers use two-factor authentication, and just 45 percent use a PIN to protect their mobile device.
CYFIRMA, Antuit's new cybersecurity unit, joins a growing number of companies that are using artificial intelligence to prevent data breaches.
The cyber security skills shortage remains unfilled, so security pros can expect good pay and opportunities for the foreseeable future. So where are the openings and which skills and certs are in demand?
More than 90 percent of IT pros who use AI say it has improved their cyber security operations.
The managed security service provider plans to bring its security-as-a-service solutions to more markets.
And 87 percent expect the volume of email threats to increase.
Building on its global reach, the combined company will expand into new areas, including securing the Industrial Internet of Things.
Still, 13 percent of IT professionals felt that they were blamed when their organization became a victim.
We're a little worried about the other 72 percent.
The cybersecurity startup's cloud-based service paves the way for secure connected cars and autonomous vehicles.
Victims have lost an average of $500,000 per attack.
It's the largest password dump ever found online.
65 percent of businesses hit by ransomware lost a significant amount or all of their data.
The deadline is less than six months away.
The cloud-friendly security startup launches its network security platform after attracting an investment from Intel.
It also dropped throughout 2017, a recent study found.