As organizations rush to adopt new digital channels, big data, advanced analytics, and emerging technologies such as blockchain, artificial intelligence (AI) and quantum computing, they face new risks that may be difficult to quantify today.
Brand damage, loss of productivity, falling stock prices and more contribute to significant business impacts in the wake of a breach.
With markets uncertain, many onlookers might think a recession is on the way, whether that’s most CFOs in the world or voters in the United States.
Cybersecurity researchers are warning unsuspecting internet users about a year-old Chrome extension which steals credit card data from infected users via web forms on visited websites.
New 1U Rackmount Server and Portable SSD NAS Server Provide Encrypted Data Protection and Transfer Speed
DALLAS--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Ciphertex Data Security, a leading data security solutions provider, today announced two new servers at the SuperComputing-18 Conference. The new Ciphertex NVMe 1U rackmount server provides 6X the data throughput of SATA and SAS, maximizing uptime for data migration and file transfers. The new Ciphertex portable SSD NAS server empowers the highest throughput, scalability and durability under server use conditions. Debuting at SC18 at booth #2606, both of these innovations increase productivity, save time and reduce costs.
Cybercrime is now the number one threat facing U.S. businesses of all sizes, including SMBs.
Last year's high-profile ransomware attacks have shown business owners that cyber-criminals don't discriminate when it comes to their targets. With experts agreeing that 2018 will be an even bigger year for cybercrime, no business can afford to be complacent.
Cybercrime is atrocious to the information age. Cybercriminals operate not only with impunity but also in total disregard to whom they hurt. Notwithstanding, cybercrime is one of the most prominent businesses on the dark web as it is.
A new report says that cybercrime costs businesses close to $600 billion, or 0.8 percent of global GDP, which is up from a 2014 study that put global losses at about $445 billion.
The Economic Impact of Cybercrime – No Slowing Down report from McAfee in partnership with the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS), attributes the growth over three years to cybercriminals quickly adopting new technologies, the ease of engaging in cybercrime – including an expanding number of cybercrime centers – and the growing financial sophistication of top-tier cybercriminals.
Cybercriminals increased their SamSam ransomware attacks against the healthcare sector in the first quarter of 2018, with numerous cases reported of hospitals paying the ransom to regain access to their systems.
This week’s Black Hat event will highlight job-related stress and mental health issues in the cyber workforce.