Cybersecurity

Read: Survey Finds 46% of Organizations Ill-Equipped to Safeguard IoT Devices

Survey Finds 46% of Organizations Ill-Equipped to Safeguard IoT Devices

The study found increasing risk around connected IoT, cryptography-related security incidents and more.

Read: Governors Ask Congress to Authorize Cybersecurity Funding

Governors Ask Congress to Authorize Cybersecurity Funding

The National Governors Association is calling on Congress to pass legislation to strengthen cybersecurity preparedness and response at the state and local levels.

Read: Facial Recognition vs. Facial Detection: What’s the Difference?

Facial Recognition vs. Facial Detection: What’s the Difference?

If your organization could benefit from technology similar to facial recognition but is uneasy with its security risks, consider face detection.

Read: 1 In 3 U.S. Cybersecurity Jobs Are Vacant

1 In 3 U.S. Cybersecurity Jobs Are Vacant

The U.S. is short about 500,000 cybersecurity professionals. Experts and Congress say industry, educators and the government should work together to address the shortage.

Read: Johnson Controls’ Illustra Pro Gen3 Bullet Features Smart WDR

Johnson Controls’ Illustra Pro Gen3 Bullet Features Smart WDR

The Pro Gen3 Bullet includes Illustra IntelliZip bandwidth management, effective failover redundancy, cybersecurity and video intelligence analytics.

Read: Dutch University Pays $220K Ransom to Russian Hackers

Dutch University Pays $220K Ransom to Russian Hackers

University president says damage from the ransomware attack “can scarcely be conceived.”

Read: Misconfiguration: The #1 Cause of Healthcare System Breaches

Misconfiguration: The #1 Cause of Healthcare System Breaches

A recent report found breaches caused by healthcare system misconfiguration due to human error in cloud infrastructures increased by 424%.

Read: NSA and CISA Issue Warnings About New Microsoft Cybersecurity Vulnerabilities

NSA and CISA Issue Warnings About New Microsoft Cybersecurity Vulnerabilities

The patches are available from Microsoft, and the NSA and CISA both recommend Windows 10 and Windows Server 2016 users implement the fixes immediately.

Read: Top 5 Physical Security Predictions for 2020

Top 5 Physical Security Predictions for 2020

Keep a close eye on artificial intelligence, facial recognition, physical identity management, blockchain and cybersecurity.

Read: Americans Affected by Health Data Breaches Increased 65% in 2019

Americans Affected by Health Data Breaches Increased 65% in 2019

New data shows 40 million Americans were affected by health data breaches in 2019, the highest number recorded since 2015.

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