How to secure distributed organizations, protect sensitive information and comply with regulation
Ransomware hacks are up dramatically at schools. But with a proactive approach, a British Columbia district of 25,000 students has created a more secure learning environment.
Organizations must immediately protect computer systems from accelerating hacks. That means new patches and a more customized approach to patching overall.
As states tap into Covid-19 emergency funds to increase broadband coverage and boost digital citizen services, they need to bake cybersecurity into their efforts.
The massive shift to remote work has increased the complexity of securing endpoints. A new survey details the wins and losses and points the way forward.
Patching high-risk vulnerabilities, and doing it quickly, is essential. But it is not always easy. Here’s where to start.
The latest cyber bug shows how a lack of visibility into third-party software continues to plague organizational networks. Here's how you can protect yourself.
This year has seen some of the worst cyber hacks in history. Here's what we need to learn from them.
With $1 billion in infrastructure spending, the nation’s patchwork of state and local governments is about to get a major security boost.
Megan Brown, a former counsel to the U.S. attorney general, parses the complex ethical, logistical, and regulatory aspects.
U.S. cybersecurity officials have directed all federal agencies to patch hundreds of known vulnerabilities. That’s just a start. Here’s what else they need to do.