Data Breaches

Read: The Cybersecurity Implications of Reopening Schools

The Cybersecurity Implications of Reopening Schools

A cybersecurity expert explains how to safely reintroduce devices that have been at home since the start of the pandemic back to school networks.

Read: Whistleblower: Router Manufacturer Ubiquiti Downplayed ‘Catastrophic’ Data Breach

Whistleblower: Router Manufacturer Ubiquiti Downplayed ‘Catastrophic’ Data Breach

Hackers stole Ubiquiti’s source code and pledged to disclose the location of a backdoor if their ransom demand was not met.

Read: Why Cybersecurity Is Such a Wise Investment

Why Cybersecurity Is Such a Wise Investment

Investing in cybersecurity solutions will save your organization money and time, as well as protect your reputation.

Read: Over 30,000 U.S. Organizations Hacked Through Microsoft Vulnerabilities

Over 30,000 U.S. Organizations Hacked Through Microsoft Vulnerabilities

Reports show those affected run Web versions of Outlook and host them on their own computers instead of relying on cloud providers.

Read: Study: Widespread Alert Fatigue Results in Ignored Cybersecurity Alerts

Study: Widespread Alert Fatigue Results in Ignored Cybersecurity Alerts

Cybersecurity analysts are being overwhelmed by a flood of false positive alerts from disparate solutions, with missing incidents a rising fear.

Read: Ransomware Payments Decreased 34% Last Quarter

Ransomware Payments Decreased 34% Last Quarter

Fewer organizations are caving to hacker demands, which has resulted in lower average ransomware payments.

Read: This Generation Has the Worst Password Hygiene

This Generation Has the Worst Password Hygiene

This group is more likely to reuse passwords for work, a sign of bad password management practices.

Read: Yes, the SolarWinds Hack Is Really Bad

Yes, the SolarWinds Hack Is Really Bad

Kent State and the California Department of State Hospitals have been identified as victims of the SolarWinds hack. There are probably many other victims that have not been identified.

Read: Microsoft IDs More than 40 Victims of SolarWinds Hack

Microsoft IDs More than 40 Victims of SolarWinds Hack

More than 40 organizations of have been identified by Microsoft as victims of the huge SolarWinds Orion supply chain compromise that were breached further by hackers believed to be backed by Russia

Read: What We Know About The Massive Hack of SolarWinds’ IT Management Platform

What We Know About The Massive Hack of SolarWinds’ IT Management Platform

The tech community and end users are still reeling from the massive hack of SolarWinds’ Orion platform. Here’s what we know so far.

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