Data Protection – Are We Focused on the Correct Areas?
How do you defend against data loss you can't see? The breaches you don't hear about? Our Wade Barisoff connects the dots between WWII airplanes and data protection to find the answer.
Friday Five 2/12
A hack of a water treatment plant, SIM swapping used on celebrities, and a popular barcode app turned into malware - catch up on all of the week's infosec news with the Friday Five!
Friday Five 1/15
Deepfakes, ransomware tactics, and Signal clones - catch up on all of the week's infosec news with the Friday Five!
NSA Provides Direction on Eliminating Obsolete Encryption Protocols
Eliminating old, out-of-date encryption protocols can protect sensitive and valuable data from being accessed by adversaries, the NSA reiterated this week.
Friday Five 11/13
Cyber Command trolling, end-to-end encryption debates, and stolen source code - catch up on all the week's infosec news with the Friday Five!
Zoom Hit With Lawsuit Over Encryption Claims
A consumer advocacy group filed a lawsuit against the web conferencing software company alleging it misrepresented the level of security it uses to protect communications.
Friday Five: 6/19 Edition
Possible beer shortage caused by ransomware, dating apps expose 845 GB of sensitive data, and Zoom reverses controversial security decision - catch up on the week's news with the Friday Five.
NIST Sets New Standard for Data Encryption Testing
NIST has updated the Federal Information Processing Standard, or FIPS, to align with the international standard, ISO 19790, for the first time.
Friday Five: 4/12 Edition
A once defunct hacking forum returns, the New York Times on privacy, and spyware apps - catch up on the week's infosec news with this roundup!
45 Percent of Orgs Have Encryption Plan in Place
A Ponemon Institute report published today says the biggest driver to encryption for organizations is protecting enterprise intellectual property and consumer personal information.
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