Cybersecurity (108)

What to Know About Facebook’s Mega Leak

Fallout from a Facebook leak earlier this month is underway. It involved the personal data from more than half a billion users.


'Zero Trust' Wins Moment in Sun After Huge Cyberattacks

More than a decade after researcher John Kindervag first argued that owners of sensitive computer networks should put strict limits on anyone in their networks no matter who they are, two massive hacks have made “zero trust” the cybersecurity industry’s maxim. So reports Bloomberg.


New Apple Malware Baffles Cybersecurity Pros

Security researchers are struggling to figure out previously unknown malware that has been unearthed on nearly 30,000 Apple Macintosh computers around the world. So reports Ars Technica.


Cybersecurity Firm Accellion’s Data Breach Keeps Widening

Cybersecurity firm Accellion has suffered a data breach, and signs of the impact continue to spread. So reports


Cybersecurity Alliance Seeks Funding in COVID-19 Relief Package

An array of cybersecurity industry groups are calling on Congress to focus on federal and state cybersecurity spending as they wrap up a $1.9 trillion pandemic relief bill. So reports The Washington Post.


New York Watchdog Cautions About 'Widespread Cybercrime'

The New York State Department of Financial Services has warned insurance companies that it’s tracking a “widespread cybercrime campaign” in which hackers are pilfering COVID-19 relief. So reports Law360.


What a New Book Says About the Dangers of the Global Cyber Arms Race

Michelle Obama had her private emails hacked by the United Arab Emirates while she was First Lady, a former National Security Agency analyst who was working in Abu Dhabi has claimed.


Cloud Security M&A Revs Up for What Could Be a Bustling 2021

A flurry of cloud security dealmaking in the early weeks of 2021 might be a sign of what’s to come during the rest of the year.


Cybersecurity Spending Forecast to Climb in 2021

Projections are piling up that this year could be a strong one for security technology investment.


How Biden Plans to Boost Cybersecurity in COVID-19 Relief Plan

President Joe Biden has signaled that upgrading federal technology and shoring up cybersecurity will be top priorities in his White House.


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