Cybersecurity (126)

Americans Widely Concerned About Cyberattacks: Poll  

A new poll has found that Americans of both political parties have major worries about cyberattacks on U.S. computers and see risks from China and Russia. So reports the Associated Press.


SenseOn, Cybersecurity Firm Touting 'Triangulation,' Raises $20M

Cybersecurity provider SenseOn has completed a $20 million funding round. So reports TechCrunch.


States Struggle to Hire Cybersecurity Professionals

State governments are running into trouble recruiting staff to help them keep up with the rapid clip of cyberattacks. So reports the Associated Press.


Cyber Attack Hobbles Farm Services Cooperative During Harvest

Farm services provider NEW Cooperative has divulged that a cybersecurity incident prompted it to shut down its networks right in the midst of harvest season. So reports Reuters.


Most Americans Don’t Feel Secure Online: Poll  

A poll has found that a majority of Americans distrust the security of their information online. So reports the Associated Press.


Cybersecurity Business Is Booming, But So Are Data Breaches  

The cybersecurity industry is riding high at a time when a rash of data breaches highlights the limits to efforts at protecting sensitive information, multiple recent reports note.


Tech CEOs Unveil Cybersecurity Pledges in White House Meeting  

Top brass at Amazon, Microsoft, Apple and Google parent Alphabet have vowed to help shore up U.S. cybersecurity following a White House meeting with President Joe Biden. So reports The Verge.


What’s Behind a New Record High for Data Breach Costs?

Between May 2020 and March 2021, the average data breach cost companies $4.24 million, according to a new study by enterprise tech giant IBM and cybersecurity research group the Ponemon Institute.


U.S.-China Flap Presents New Front in Cyber Conflict  

After a string of major cyberattacks in recent months linked to Russian hackers, an exchange of sharp words between the U.S. and its allies and China has redirected focus to Beijing.


Big Hacks Spur Warnings of 'Cyber Pearl Harbor'

The recent slew of massive cyberattacks has prompted experts to caution that a potential future hacking of certain infrastructure might result in real-life military conflict.


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