Illinois Supreme Court rules in favor of class action against company’s practice of scanning people’s fingers when they enter amusement parks.Read more
Cleanup in aisle “Oops”: The supermarket chain said that it misconfigured two cloud databases, exposing customer data to public scrutiny.Read more
TrustSec Policy Analytics – Part Three delves deeper into how users can validate policies and accelerate group-based policy adoption through policy visualization with Cisco Secure Network Analytics’ new TrustSec Analytics reports.Read more
What does the increasingly fuzzy line between traditional cybercrime and attacks attributed to state-backed groups mean for the future of the threat landscape?
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Cybersecurity firm Cognyte fails to secure its database exposing 5 billion records comprise of previous data breaches.
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Can you help? There’s a hidden meaning here, and it’s time to find it!Read more
What’s the low-hanging fruit for ransomware attackers? What steps could help to fend them off, and what’s stopping organizations from implementing those steps?Read more
This is the fourth time in a bit over a year that Carnival’s admitted to breaches, with two of them being ransomware attacks.Read more
Mapping Cisco Security Products to NIST Cybersecurity Framework Categories. We discuss the basics of NIST then extend the mapping done earlier.Read more
A core pillar of the SecureX mission is to simplify security. With SecureX Academy, we are simplifying SecureX adoption and integration. Check it out!Read more