A columnist asked an ethical hacker to get into as many of her webcams as he could. Along the way she identified important tips for keeping our computers safe.
SecurityScorecard, the leader in security ratings, announced today the launch of Project Escher, an initiative to provide complimentary access to its security rating platform to nonprofit organisations (NGOs).
Consumers are launching class action lawsuits against big corporations such as Facebook and British Airways in the wake of several major breaches since the introduction of GDPR.
New research by Security Scorecard found there was an increase in both endpoint security and patching during that five-week period.
Something like security ratings can help here as they provide an up-to-date reflection of a potential insured’s security weaknesses, ensuring the correct policy is written.
Some cybersecurity initiatives were put on hold, but patch management actually improved during the shutdown, according to a report.
The digitally connected supply chain, while a boon for data-driven decisions, has created a problem entirely new to supply chain management: a risk of data breaches and compromised sensitive information.
According to Security Scorecard‘s “2018 Retail Cybersecurity Report,” online purchases during November and December 2017 reached nearly $700 billion, while data breaches also increased, with 50 percent of retailers experiencing a breach, up from 19 percent the prior year
According to a new study by Security Scorecard, the U.S. government shutdown may not have been as bad in terms of cyber security as industry experts have been claiming.
Security Scorecard, an organization that tests cybersecurity, found that both endpoint security and patching actually increased inside the federal government during the five-week partial shutdown.
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