Read how a customer deployed a data protection program to 40,000 users in less than 120 days.
France’s data protection authority is looking into reports this week that a data breach of a "particularly significant magnitude" may impact half a million French citizens.
It's that time of the year again: The IRS and Security Summit Partners are warning about a new phishing scam aiming to steal client data and tax preparers' identities.
COVID-19 has led to increased fraud activity; one of the latest campaigns has seen cybercriminals stealing data from public-facing insurance websites.
Yet another state has introduced its own data privacy bill: The Oklahoma Computer Data Privacy Act would require organizations get consent before collecting and selling user data.
Indictments of North Korean hackers, cybersecurity in the stimulus bill, and the growing popularity of Python - catch up on all of the week's infosec news with the Friday Five!
The Department of Justice this week peeled back more layers on the North Korean military hacking unit Lazarus Group and its longtime cybercrime spree.
A new lawsuit alleges four attorneys plotted their exit months before they left for a competing firm, then copied and destroyed corporate data.
France's cybersecurity agency connected a three year intrusion campaign targeting monitoring software to Russia's Sandworm group.
A hack of a water treatment plant, SIM swapping used on celebrities, and a popular barcode app turned into malware - catch up on all of the week's infosec news with the Friday Five!
The FBI reiterated that using end-of-life operating systems and desktop sharing software can open the doors for attackers, like in the Oldsmar water treatment plant hack.