Sam Kassoumeh of SecurityScorecard on the Past, Present and Future of Ratings
The U.S. government had its longest government shutdown in history between 22 December 2018 and 25 January 2019. It’s not yet clear what overall impact this closure had on U.S. digital security
A recent report revealed that health care organizations suffered the highest number of data breaches in 2018 across any sector of the U.S. economy
The SC Labs team this month took a deep dive into vendor risk management (VRM) solutions.
Hacker group Anonymous successfully took over a million web pages associated with Israeli domains of Fiverr, Coca-Cola, McDonald's, and ToysRUs and attempted to inject ransomware for a short period.
A SecurityScorecard report found that the shutdown coincided with a rise of expired SSL certificates protecting .gov domains, thereby producing a slight dip in overall network security ratings
With government in turmoil thanks to a lapse in appropriations, one might think cybersecurity would be among the first things to break. It turns out that wasn’t the case. In fact, in some respects cybersecurity improved.
The risk management firm SecurityScorecard suggests that threats like spearphishing may have been less effective during the shutdown, since furloughed employees literally weren't in the office to check their email.
Pretty much every laptop – and for that matter, tablet and smartphone – has at least one camera fitted that's pointing at us all the time. But how worried should we be about eyes on us?
SecurityScorecard, the leader in security ratings, announced the launch of Project Escher, which provides complimentary access to SecurityScorecard’s groundbreaking security rating platform to nonprofit organizations
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