By: Kayla Matthews HackenProof, an Estonia-based cybersecurity firm, reported recently that it discovered a 73-gigabyte database containing 114 million records of approximately 83 million U.S. citizens and companies sitting unprotected online. The data included information such as first and last name, employers, job title, address, phone number, email, and IP […]

Records of 114 Million U.S. Citizen and Companies Exposed Online

In today’s world of rampant hyperbole and the excessive use of buzzwords, it is often a good idea to define exactly how you are using some terms.  This is especially true when talking about Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, or Deep Learning.  More than any others in recent memory, these terms […]

5 Questions You Should Ask Your Security Vendors About Their ...

Financial organizations across the globe are focused on ensuring stringent cyber resilience in the wake of new threats By Matt Tengwall, Vice President and General Manager, Verint Financial organizations across the world face a new risk paradigm; one that encompasses both cyber and physical threats, such as ATM skimming, identity […]

Keeping an Eye on Cybersecurity

Ad fraud – what is it and how is it a serious cybersecurity threat? That is what we set out to learn when we talked with Maggie Louie, Co-founder and CEO of DEVCON.  The term ad fraud may very well conjure up visions of a smarmy script kiddie in their […]

Is that Ad just Annoying, or is it Dangerous?

By Hannah Moses a contributing author for VPNetworks, LLC When owning a business, computer hackers are always a concern. There are a few ways to identify if you have been hacked. Fake emails are being sent out, increases in failed login attempts, DNS traffic rises, and inconsistency with patterns for […]

How to Protect Your Business from Hackers

Some of the more fascinating aspects of recent global security developments, including but not limited to GDPR, are the advances in encrypted communications that are now being introduced to the enterprise market. While encryption has long been used by militaries and governments to facilitate secret communication there are now more […]

Encrypted Team Messaging – Why, Where, and When

Marriott is investigating a data breach of its Starwood reservation system that could have exposed personal information for up to 500 million guests — making it the second-largest breach ever. That data could include passport numbers, email addresses, and phone numbers for 327 million people, while others may also have […]

Marriott Data Breach – What the Experts are Saying

By: Kayla Matthews WatchGuard Technologies, a leading cybersecurity company with more than 20 years in the business recently gave several predictions for 2019. Here they are, and why those forecasts matter to IT professionals and consumers at large. 1. The Rise of Malicious Chatbots Chatbots help people plan trips, cope […]

Nine 2019 Cybersecurity Predictions from WatchGuard Technologies