On September 7th, Equifax, one of the three largest consumer credit agencies in the United States, admitted to a cyber-attack that (potentially) impacted up to 143 million customers. That is almost half of the entire United States population. This Equifax security breach is not only among the largest in US history but is also unquestionably serious in regards to crucial personal information being exposed.
AFTER NEARLY 20 YEARS OF TRYING AND BILLIONS OF DOLLARS IN INVESTMENT, WHY ARE ORGANIZATIONS ARE STILL STRUGGLING WITH CYBERSECURITY?
After nearly 20 years of trying and billions of dollars in investment, why are organizations are still struggling with cybersecurity? In fact, the problem seems to be getting worse, not better. Answering this question requires moving beyond a purely technical examination of cybersecurity.
by Jason Deign
The encryption that protects your online data can also hide malware. Detecting these harmful threats has been a problem… until now.
Information security is something all 21st century businesses need to worry about. As hacking techniques become more sophisticated, and cybercriminals become bolder, even small organizations need to improve the way they protect their online data. The first step to improving information security is learning where a business is at risk and how to manage that risk.