A classic example of Business Email Compromise recently put a wedge between art dealer Simon C. Dickinson Limited and Rijksmuseum Twenthe.
The World Economic Forum in Davos takes place this week, and while most of us won’t participate, we can and should discuss the information unveiled in the “The Global Risks Report Survey 2020”.
TLSI is essentially a risky trade-off, where you get slightly more insight into what’s leaving and entering your network under the impression that it will protect you from critical data loss or compromise.
The 7th edition of Moldova CyberWeek starts today, and that marks the beginning of the Regional Cyber Resilience Forum held in Chișinău.
It was a summer to forget for Exim – it disclosed a second critical vulnerability in just three months.
This is something I get to hear in my nightmares. Luckily, bad dreams are only dreams. But dreams have a nasty habit of going bad when you’re not looking.
FBI has provided some recommendations on how to mitigate the threat, but even though that information is useful, it needs to be complemented by additional comments.
They don’t feel any shame for all the leaks that happened in the past few years. As we can see, expecting them to learn from their mistakes is not an option anymore.
The data breach of Capital One, the seventh-largest commercial bank in the US, exposed more than 100 million customers.
Why businesses keep doing the same mistakes again and again? Forgetting to set up a password to protect a server is just a tiny security measure that makes a dramatic difference.