A recent spike in ransomware has prompted dozens of countries to agree to stop paying ransoms. Meanwhile, the FTC is amending its data breach reporting rules, CISA may be seeing budget cuts, and a high-profile CISO was charged with fraud. Catch up on it all in this week's Friday Five!
The cost of the average data breach is on the rise, the SEC recently approved new data breach regulations, and four AI powerhouses have come to an agreement on a new joint initiative. Catch up on these stories and more in this week’s Friday Five!
Your organization is likely required to disclose data breaches to the proper authorities in your state, but sometimes going one step further is just as important.
Read about how daycare apps may be putting your security at risk, why to double-check before ordering your COVID-19 test, the newest cybersecurity legislation signed into law, and more in this week's Friday Five!
Data analyzed this week highlights the percentage of data breaches carried out by insiders at law firms in the U.K.
The findings come courtesy a new investigation via The British Medical Journal (BMJ).
We're poised to break records this year when it comes to statistics on breaches, ransomware, and phishing, according to a new report.
Large hospitals are making headlines as they continue to get hit by ransomware but smaller outpatient facilities are getting breached just as often.
How not to get hacked, a $9 million ransomware attack, and the FTC cracks down on a spyware app - catch up on the infosec news of the week with the Friday Five!
Tech companies pledge billions to bolster security, a ransomware group shuts down, and the top data breach culprits - catch up on the infosec news of the week with the Friday Five!
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