We can today announce that 14 new companies have signed the Cybersecurity Tech Accord, which brings our total signatories to 144 global technology firms.
Firefox today started the rollout of encrypted DNS over HTTPS (DoH) by default for US-based users, in a move intended to bolster security.
Significant strides have been made since the campaign cybersecurity debacle in 2016 that led to the disclosure of a trove of emails by Wikileaks that arguably cost Hillary Clinton the U.S. presidential election, according to a report published this week.
Democratic presidential candidates are doing a pretty good job protecting their campaigns against hacking by Russia and other adversaries, according to a report out today from the cybersecurity company SecurityScorecard.
In a recent report about 2020 Democratic presidential candidates’ cybersecurity posture, each of the campaigns scored a “B” letter grade or better, and showed increased focus and investment in good cyber hygiene.
Democratic presidential candidates are showing signs of getting wise to campaign cybersecurity, according to ratings out today from SecurityScorecard.
The Democratic presidential candidates are all doing well on securing their campaigns against cyberattacks, new research released Thursday indicated.
Some time ago, I was expecting a delivery. I got an email from UPS, opened it, clicked, and then realized the email was not, in fact, from UPS. It was a phishing email, a test from our IT security team at SecurityScorecard, and I’d failed it.
French IT services firm Atos expanded its global Google Cloud partnership with the purchase of Chicago-based Maven Wave; other channel news from the week.
Glen Pendley, CTO at SecurityScorecard, advises on keeping critical data safe from third-party risks in four steps.
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