Cybersecurity


A Balancing Act

A Balancing Act

Energy security, access to the electrical grid and police and fire safety are just a handful of the networked services that we take for granted and rely upon on a daily basis.

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Trump's National Security Team Wants to Stop Chinese Spying with 5G Network

The President's national security team is looking at options to counter the threat of China spying on U.S. phone calls.

Bitcoin Security Scrutinized After $534 Million Stolen

Bitcoin Security Scrutinized After $534 Million Stolen

Japanese bitcoin exchange, Coincheck, is inspecting its cryptocurrency exchanges following $534 million theft.

Fitness App Becomes Security Risk After Military Movement Discovered

Fitness App Becomes Security Risk After Military Movement Discovered

Strava fitness app included a heat map of movement in their newest application upgrade which could be used against military bases.

Facebook Hires First Head of Cybersecurity Policy

Facebook Hires First Head of Cybersecurity Policy

Facebook as hired a former White House official as its first head of cybersecurity policy.

Campus Security & Life Safety Introduces Secure Campus Awards

CSLS now offers a product contest for safety and security products found on campuses.

Hackers Stole $172 Billion in 2017

Hackers Stole $172 Billion in 2017

According to a report released by Norton, hackers stole $172 billion from overconfident consumers in 2017.

Show your Customers and Clients that Privacy Matters this Data Privacy Day

Show your Customers and Clients that Privacy Matters this Data Privacy Day

Every year, we pause on January 28 to focus on data privacy and protection for the annual International Data Privacy Day.



iPhone Bug Freezes Your Phone With Just One Link

iPhone Bug Freezes Your Phone With Just One Link

The chaiOS bug can freeze or restart your phone without even having to click the link.

Winter Olympics Security Scrutinized Less than a Month Before Games Start

Winter Olympics Security Scrutinized Less than a Month Before Games Start

The security of the Winter Olympics is analyzed just days before the Games kick off in Pyeongchang.

Everything You Need to Know About Brandjacking

Everything You Need to Know About Brandjacking

Brandjacking isn't new, but you should be aware of the ways you could be getting scammed.

When Disaster Strikes: Ensuring Your Bank is Equipped to Handle Data Breaches

When Disaster Strikes: Ensuring Your Bank is Equipped to Handle Data Breaches

Banks and other financial institutions must have a security program in place with defined processes in the event of a breach, even when the breach is not the result of any failure of their own. It’s not just best practice – it’s the law.

60 Percent of Developers Don

60 Percent of Developers Don't Trust the Security of their Applications

New research suggests that attacks based on open source code vulnerabilities will increase by 20 percent this year.

Experts Weigh In on Intel Security Vulnerabilities

Experts Weigh In on Intel Security Vulnerabilities

Last week, two major security flaws were discovered in the microprocessors inside nearly all computers.

ISC West 2018 to Debut Vast, Diverse Lineup of Educational Sessions

ISC West will debute its SIA Education@ISC session lineup for the 2018 show in Las Vegas in April.

What Your Business Can Learn From Uber

What Your Business Can Learn From Uber's Mass Security Breach

It seems that Uber is still learning from its mistakes, even as it continues to grow at a rapid rate. But for other companies, the security breach provides a few key lessons.

White House Bans Personal Cell Phone Use in West Wing

White House Bans Personal Cell Phone Use in West Wing

Use of personal cellphones by White House staffers and guests will be banned in the West Wing, the Trump Administration said Thursday.

Major Security Flaws Found to Affect Nearly All Computers

Major Security Flaws Found to Affect Nearly All Computers

The vulnerabilities, which were originally believed to only be in Intel chips, affect a variety of chip vendors and could allow hackers to steal the entire memory contents of computers, mobile devices and services running in cloud computer networks.

4 Email Phishing Scams to Avoid

4 Email Phishing Scams to Avoid

Before you go wading into all your unread emails from over the holidays, it’s a good idea to brush up on phishing email scams, which can lead to financial loss, compromised accounts, identity theft, ransomware infection and insecure data.

Where We Are Headed with Cybersecurity

Where We Are Headed with Cybersecurity

As we enter 2018 and desire to protect both our own personal digital assets as well as critical corporate data, it is useful to examine the anticipated key trends in cybersecurity in 2018.

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