As global cybercrime grows more sophisticated and widespread, cyber insurance is growing more popular among organizations of all sizes. Here’s the catch: Many insurers won’t underwrite a policy if certain security measures aren’t already in place.
Here are five of the most damaging cyberattacks of 2021 — the types and general targets of which will remain similar in 2022. In other words, keep your guard up. Or get it up if it’s not already. Better to be safe than sorry.
Going into 2022, one particular challenge stands out to Mindsight Cybersecurity Practice Lead Mishaal Khan: Better preparing company leaders and their employees for social engineering attacks.
Everything is globally connected, from raw materials and manufacturing to shipping, trucking, warehousing and, ultimately, retailing. That means technology will play a more vital role than ever in maintaining optimal responsiveness, resilience and security in the supply chain.
There is a huge amount of liability associated when any business is attacked. When healthcare organizations are attacked, lives are at risk. What can be done?
Data breaches impact your business – or will, if they haven’t already. Find out what the risks are and how to minimize the impact on your organization.
Microsoft’s latest “global threat activity” report breaks down 30 days’ worth of cyberattacks by industry. And you may be surprised to learn which sector led the pack. Healthcare? Nope. It’s not finance or retail, either. The big winner (by which we mean big loser) is education.
By understanding the phases of a cyber attack, your can better prepare your organization for the most prevalent risks to the business.
As the United States and many other countries slowly transition back to a new normal in the wake of COVID-19, IT spending is finally starting to rise after a dip in 2020. According to a late January study by Gartner, worldwide IT spending will grow 6.2 percent this year and total more than $4 trillion worldwide.
The percentage of women in tech has long been disproportionately small. Find out where we are currently, and how far we have to go to close the gender gap.