Cybersecurity (157)

Presidential Candidate Proposes Department of Cybersecurity

Former U.S. Rep. John Delaney (D-Md.) has become the first presidential candidate to mount a serious cybersecurity push, calling for the creation of a Department of Cybersecurity. So reports The Verge.


Jamie Dimon: Cybersecurity No. 1 Threat to Finance Industry

JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon has warned the financial services industry that the “biggest threat” it faces is cybersecurity. So reports Yahoo Finance.


Cyber Pros, Rank-and-File Divided Over Security: Surveys

Three new surveys highlight a cybersecurity perception gap between information technology departments and other employees. Experts recommend organizations use training and software to close this divide and protect sensitive data.


3.5 Million Cybersecurity Job Openings By 2012: Report

The global cybersecurity industry will have 3.5 million unfilled jobs by 2021, research firm Cybersecurity Ventures has predicted. So reports The Mercury News.


Insurers Join Forces on Assessment Program for Cybersecurity

Marsh & McLennan’s Marsh brokerage unit is launching a program that taps other major insurance providers to evaluate cybersecurity products they consider effective. So reports Insurance Journal.


What Does Facebook’s Password Exposure Says About Cybersecurity?

Another week, another revelation about the handling of sensitive personal data by Facebook.


Will Cybersecurity Be a Matter of “AI vs. AI”?

Both sides of the cybersecurity battle lines could soon be relying on artificial intelligence, some recent reports suggest.


Citrix Breach Shows Serious Risks of Common Miscues

Business software company Citrix Systems’ recent disclosure of a security breach serves as a reminder that even the most basic security weaknesses can still have potentially huge consequences if left unresolved.


Will Tech Titan Cybersecurity Launches Transform the Industry?

Recently, as industry pros convened at the RSA Conference in San Francisco, Alphabet and Microsoft each introduced new cybersecurity products. Some analysts are predicting the tech giants’ arrival will shake up the security business.


Illinois Health System Breach May Affect 45,000 Patients

Rush System for Health, which has three hospitals in the Chicago area, said a data breach may have exposed the personal information of 45,000 patients. So reports the Associated Press.


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