Data Breaches

Read: Report Finds Cybercriminals Are Targeting the Cloud

Report Finds Cybercriminals Are Targeting the Cloud

Due to COVID-19, organizations are shifting business-critical applications to hybrid-cloud environments, which is increasing the attack surface.

Read: UCSF Medical School Pays $1.14 Million to Criminal Hackers

UCSF Medical School Pays $1.14 Million to Criminal Hackers

The Netwalker ransomware gang originally demanded $3 million, but the payment was negotiated down by a UCSF official.

Read: Protecting University Students and Faculty from Phishing Scams

Protecting University Students and Faculty from Phishing Scams

Phishing attacks are causing significant financial losses. Here are some prevention tips for institutions of higher education

Read: Change Your Zoom Password NOW

Change Your Zoom Password NOW

Many of the more than 500,000 Zoom accounts that were for sale on the dark web belonged to university accounts.

Read: Report: Cybersecurity Incidents at K-12 Schools Nearly Tripled in 2019

Report: Cybersecurity Incidents at K-12 Schools Nearly Tripled in 2019

For the first time since the K-12 Cybersecurity Resource Center began collecting data, schools have canceled classes or closed due to cybersecurity attacks.

Read: Law Enforcement Facial Recognition Company Has Client List Stolen

Law Enforcement Facial Recognition Company Has Client List Stolen

Clearview AI pulls billions of images from social media and the Internet, which law enforcement agencies then use to match unknown faces.

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: 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: 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%.

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