Read how a customer deployed a data protection program to 40,000 users in less than 120 days.
There's no patch yet but Microsoft has released a workaround to mitigate the latest zero day, a vulnerability announced this week in WIndows 10 and Windows Server.
How not to get hacked, a $9 million ransomware attack, and the FTC cracks down on a spyware app - catch up on the infosec news of the week with the Friday Five!
The sum, the second highest GDPR fine to date, stems from a 2018 investigation into the company's data privacy practices.
Learn how Digital Guardian's integration with Microsoft Information Protection can help educate and enforce proper labeling and handling of data.
The Justice Department announced a new Cyber Fellowship program for attorneys to develop skills to handle emerging national security threats like ransomware.
Tech companies pledge billions to bolster security, a ransomware group shuts down, and the top data breach culprits - catch up on the infosec news of the week with the Friday Five!
Hospitals and healthcare providers in the state have been failing to report ransomware attacks that impact health data belonging to patients.
The group, like other malicious campaigns of late, has been using Cobalt Strike to carry out ransomware attacks against companies.
CISA is urging organizations to patch the vulnerabilities in Exchange Server as soon as possible to prevent the spread ransomware and attackers who have been dropping web shells.
Exposed web cams, mistakes made when hiring cybersecurity roles, and a $1 million breach settlement - catch up on the week's infosec news with the Friday Five!