Data security is a task that only the government and business leaders need to worry about, right? Wrong!
It’s important to consider how a sense of entitlement can motivate wrongdoing, according to experts. For many of today’s workers, experts say, it’s not stealing at all—it’s leaving with what’s theirs.
Sponsored by Fortalice As this holiday season approaches, are you ready to stand with your IT security counterparts and protect the brand? How many of...
Robocalls reached a record 3.36 billion in April of 2018, according to the voicemail and cell blocking app YouMail. That equates to 1,297 calls placed each second.
There must be unwavering support by the leaders at the highest level of the organization in order for an information security policy to weave itself into the day-to-day operations of the business. This will only happen if the policy reflects core business objectives.
Similar to eBay's process, dark web sellers often solicit and publish customer feedback so perspective buyers can evaluate the criminal's reputation for delivering illegal stolen identity information as described. How's that for honor among thieves?
So what exactly is social engineering? It is the manipulation of people into performing actions or divulging confidential information. It is a confidence (con, for short) trick for information gathering, fraud, or system access.
In an effort to give employees access to corporate resources from anytime and anywhere, an increasing number of retailers are introducing Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) programs.
The retention of an infinite number of documents may become both expensive and impractical. But the premature destruction of certain documents may lead to the loss of valuable information. Where's the happy medium?
What follows is a top-level list of some key steps every organization should have already taken to protect against data breach liability.