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Local U.S. Election Officials' Emails Vulnerable to Cyberattacks, Report Warns

Email privacy controls-or a lack thereof-could put state and local election administrators at risk of phishing.

Stephanie Mlot

The Rising Significance Of Cybersecurity For Logistics

The direct costs from cybersecurity breaches are growing exponentially, and companies-even small ones-are feeling the need to invest in new systems

Strong Authentication and Regular Compliance Assessment Is Core to Fighting Cyber Crime

Companies can look at setting up special advisory committee or crisis management team comprising of executive and board members aligned with the Information Technology Amendment Act, 2008

Shibani Patel

6 Cyber Threats You Can't Afford to Ignore

Investing in cybersecurity infrastructure now can mean big savings down the line, but you have to know what you're up against first.

Rashan Dixon

How to Protect Your Small Business From Cyber Attacks Right Now

An annual report from Verizon found one type of breach makes up 30 percent of attacks on small businesses. Here's what you need to know.

6 Cybersecurity Must-Haves for Your Business

Last year, 60 percent of cyberattacks targeted small and medium sized businesses. Investing in protection is worth it.

Tanner Simkins

FBI Sees Cybercrime Reports Increase Fourfold During COVID-19 Outbreak

The FBI says hackers have a special interest in COVID-19 research.

Rachel England

How Hackers Take Advantage of a Crisis

The threats are real, especially in today's climate.

Brook Zimmatore

Cybersecurity Tips to Prevent Remote Workers from Compromising Company Data During Covid-19

These are unprecedented times in which both companies, people, businesses, and governments are still navigating their way around this Covid-19 pandemic. But it is through these times of chaos that criminals exploit those who drop the guard.

Coronavirus: Cyber Threats On the Rise Amid Outbreak

As countries across the world are fighting to contain the outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), cyber threats seem to have taken this as an opportunity to use potential vulnerabilities and the widespread panic to further their malicious intent.

Debroop Roy

Hackers Just Attacked US Health Agency to Slow COVID-19 Response

The US Department of Health and Human Services was reportedly hit with a cyberattack Sunday night, Bloomberg first reported, but there's no evidence the hackers were successful.

Aaron Holmes

Do You Use Google Takeout? The Company Might Have Leaked Your Data To Strangers

Google admitted that it accidentally shared personal videos of some of its Google Photo users with strangers