Forbes: The hyper-connected nature of our world, the growing use of cloud applications and the fact that data now resides anywhere are all contributing factors to the ubiquity of cyberattacks.
Forbes: On one hand, 63% of cybersecurity professionals complain that working conditions have become more difficult over the last two years owing to a heavy surge in cyberattacks, mounting data privacy concerns, overwhelming workloads, budget restrictions, staffing shortages and a complex regulatory environment.
Bleeping Computer: In cooperation with Europol and Eurojust, law enforcement agencies from seven nations have arrested in Ukraine the core members of a ransomware group linked to attacks against organizations in 71 countries.
CXOtoday: Cybersecurity is an integral part of Industry 4.0. In the current era of fast technological advancements and innovations, cybersecurity is the key to continued success and business longevity.
Yahoo Finance: Artificial intelligence and automation are reshaping the digital defense landscape. Companies are engaged in a relentless race to outpace cyber threats, with the effectiveness of their cybersecurity systems playing a pivotal role in determining market success moving forward.
Forbes: If you take a look at the headlines surrounding the impact of artificial intelligence (AI) on cybersecurity, there are two dominant themes.
Bleeping Computer: The former chief operating officer of a cybersecurity company has pleaded guilty to hacking two hospitals, part of the Gwinnett Medical Center (GMC), in June 2021 to boost his company's business.
TechCrunch: The Ukrainian government has fired two of its most senior cybersecurity officials following accusations of alleged embezzlement.
Forbes: Most of you have heard a lot in the past month about cybersecurity, hacking attacks and many words that are strange to us, like man in the middle ("MITM") phishing, spoofing, LifeLock, blueprinting, fingerprinting, crypto locker, VPN and so on, in the news and from media ads.
Investing.com: OpenText, a global leader in information management, released its annual Cybersecurity Global Ransomware Survey, revealing significant trends in cybersecurity among small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) and enterprises.