Read how a customer deployed a data protection program to 40,000 users in less than 120 days.
Ryuk Ransomware targets another U.S. city, University of Kentucky ends a month-long cyberattack, and a secret-sharing app exposes user data - catch up on the week's news with the Friday Five.
Microsoft issued an out-of-band security update for a critical SMB bug (CVE-2020-0796) on Thursday.
A new report says the federal government and the private sector needs to better defend the United States in cyberspace.
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services finalized two new rules designed to give patients better control over their data.
A one-time inspector general at the Department of Homeland Security was indicted on Friday on charges he conspired to steal the U.S. government's proprietary software and databases.
National security professionals tightly monitor Super Tuesday voting, Coronavirus complicates security operations, and more - catch up on the week's news with the Friday Five.
SC Labs' review highlights the visibility provided by the solution, its ability to identify, tag, and fingerprint sensitive data, and provide insider/external threat protection.
This armor safety company claims a former employee stole secrets via a USB drive and used them to net a multi-million dollar contract.
Two contractors claim the U.S. Air Force took their proprietary data and used it to develop, market, and sell their own version of a storage tank used by planes to fight fires.
Ponemon Institute's annual data breach readiness survey suggests the increased adoption of security technologies but the continuation of problems, like spear phishing attacks.