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What Business Owners Need to Know About Protecting Their Data

False sense of security? Even major apps and platforms can fall victim to security vulnerabilities.

Andrew Medal

The Day the Polls Stand Still: An Unspoken Critical Infrastructure Threat to Election Security

To protect the security of our electoral processes we need to think like an attacker and truly understand their motives.

How Antivirus Companies Are Hacking the Truth -- and Making Us All More Vulnerable

Many companies tout detection rates north of 99 percent. They aren't just over-confident, they're deceitful.

Steve Subar

Hacker Says He'll Livestream Deletion of Mark Zuckerberg's Facebook Page

You can tune into Facebook Live this Sunday to see if he pulls it off.

Saqib Shah

Your Cyber-Enemy May Not Be the Person You Suspect

The less-obvious risk often is the most dangerous. Protecting your company and personal assets starts with understanding real versus perceived threats.

How Well Does Your State Protect You From the Aftermath of Data Breaches? (Infographic)

Data breach notification laws vary across the U.S. Here's a guide to see how well your state laws protect you.

Rose Leadem

7 Surprising Places Hackers Hide

The innocent items that might let hackers into your home or business.

Nina Zipkin

No One Is Safe From the Data Breach Epidemic (Infographic)

In today's digitally connected world, there's a good chance your information has been exposed at some point.

Rose Leadem

What Should Entrepreneurs Know About Meltdown and Spectre?

If you install the latest patches, the only attacks you need to worry about are the ones that have already occurred.

Is Your Computer Being Held Hostage? What to Do.

Ransomware attacks happen more than you think. Back up your files; renew your security plan and take on those hackers.

3 Biggest Cybersecurity Threats Facing Small Businesses Right Now

Nearly two-thirds of businesses suffered a cybercrime in the past year. There is no reason to think there will be fewer this year.

Brendan M. Egan

Cryptocurrency Exchange Loses More Than $500 Million in Possible Hack

The heist at Coincheck involved 523 million tokens from a cryptocurrency known as NEM.

Michael Kan