Cybercrime is a growing scourge that transcends borders, spreading across the boundaries of virtually all the world's nearly 200 nation-states.
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The US Department of Justice (DOJ) has taken a carrot-and-stick approach to its corporate enforcement policy in regard to the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) in an effort to entice companies to self-report when in violation of the FCPA. Assistant Attorney Gener
Identity verification firm Trulioo on Tuesday launched a new global identity platform for “person” and “business” verification. Trulioo so far sold multiple identit
The January patching window for your firm has probably come and gone. But has it? While January included a huge release of patches, several releases in other months have provided more than one headache for the patch management community.
The two biggest cloud security risks continue to be misconfigurations and vulnerabilities, which are being introduced in greater numbers through software supply chains, according to a report by
The security poverty line broadly defines a divide between the organizations that have the means and resources to achieve and maintain mature security postures to protect data, and those that do not.
According to the most recent research report from ESG and the Information System Security As
BrandPost: Understanding Device and Infrastructure Attacks: Exploring the Microsoft Digital Defense Report 2022
The Microsoft Digital Defense Report explores the most pressing cyber threats as they relate to cyber
Security researchers warn that an increasing number of attackers are using legitimate remote monitoring and management (RMM) tools in their attacks to achieve remote access and control over systems.
The US Department of Justice (DOJ) along with international partners has taken down the Hive ransomware group.
Only 37% of organizations responding to a recent Cisco survey said they’re confident they can remain resilient in the event of a worst-case security incident.
Application programming interfaces (APIs) have become a critical part of networking, programs, applications, devices, and nearly everything else in the computing landscape.