Friday Five: New Research in Cyber Psychology, Vulnerabilities, & a Hacker Forum Leak
This past week saw warnings of potential vulnerabilities, PyPI upping their security measures, and a massive hacking forum leak. Catch up on these stories and more in this week’s Friday Five.
Data Loss Prevention Policy Template: How To Create a Data Loss Prevention Policy
Implementing a DLP policy can help put safeguards around data in your organization. In this blog, we walk you through the steps to creating an effective DLP policy, including how to outline specifications around data classification, handling, and discovery.
Friday Five: Meta Fined, Critical Infrastructure at Risk, & Spyware in Action
A massive GDPR fine, threats against critical infrastructure, and spyware took over the headlines this past week. Catch up on all of these stories in this week’s Friday Five!
Friday Five: Android Malware, More Law Enforcement Action, New NIST Guidance, & More
Despite law enforcement’s best efforts to combat and take down cybercriminals, home routers, Android phones, and Android-based TV boxes are all being threatened by new malware. Catch up on all the latest in this week’s Friday Five!
Friday Five: Law Enforcement Finding Success, But Ransomware Remains Troublesome
Law enforcement saw quite a bit of success this past week, but ransomware and cyberespionage operations are remaining aggressive. Catch up on these stories and more in this week’s Friday Five.
Friday Five: Dark Web Arrests, Apple and Google’s New Security Features, & More
Law enforcement saw big wins this past week with the arrest of nearly 300 cybercriminals and the seizure of nine crypto exchanges, Apple and Google released their new security features, and charging your phone at the airport may be safe after all. Catch up on all the latest in this week’s Friday Five!
Complying With the California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA)
CPRA enforcement is only months away, so here’s everything that organizations need to know about how it differs from the CCPA, how CCPA compliance will be different moving forward, and whether or not the changes will apply to your organization.
Friday Five: More Malware Targeting Apple Devices, a New Cyber-Resilient OS, & A Malware Gang's Tactics Backfiring
Learn how a malware gang’s tactics are being used against them, how the Department of Homeland Security is facing new threats head-on, an ambitious project to create a more secure OS, and more—all in this week’s Friday Five!
Complying with the NYDFS Risk Assessment Requirement
Financial services companies will have to retool their cybersecurity policies when the new version of NYDFS Cybersecurity Regulation, including a core risk assessment requirement, goes live.
Friday Five: Apple’s Fight Against Malware and Threat Actors, Compliance Concerns in Europe, & Ongoing Cyber Warfare in Ukraine
Despite news of ransomware targeting MacOS, Apple’s iOS security marked a win this past week. Read about this, open source software compliance concerns in the EU, a malicious Google Chrome campaign, and more in this week’s Friday Five!
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