If there’s a valid reason to change one of your passwords, do it right away to stay ahead of the crooks, says Paul Ducklin, principal research scientist, Sophos.
The global median dwell time, defined as the duration between the start of a cyber intrusion and it being identified, …
Amazon.com’s founder and CEO Jeff Bezos’s mobile phone was hacked in 2018 following an exchange with the Saudi Prince Mohammed bin Salman on encrypted messaging service WhatsApp.
Centralised logging and automation solutions are now a necessity to detect, defend against and respond to modern attacks, according to the SANS 2019 Endpoint Protection and Response Survey.
A majority targeted cyber-attacks are successful because of human error, according to the latest study by cybersecurity and compliance company Proofpoint.
One in five IT managers surveyed didn’t know how they were breached, and the diversity of attack methods means no one defensive strategy is a silver bullet, according to a recent report by Sophos.
Organisations are still ill-prepared to protect themselves against privileged access abuse – the leading cyber-attack vector, according to a recent survey conducted by Centrify in partnership with TechVangelism.
An analysis of the 100,000 most-commonly re-occurring breached passwords confirms that ‘123456’ is the undisputed king of atrocious passwords.
Yahoo has reached a revised $117.5 million settlement with millions of people whose email addresses and other personal information were stolen in the largest data breach in history.
Hackers have reportedly stolen about 500 million records from Marriott International’s Starwood Hotels reservation system in an attack that began four years ago.