Considering MDR Services? Know the Right Questions to Ask

Many IT constrained organizations are discovering how a managed detection and response (MDR) approach to cybersecurity addresses these challenges and is the solution they need to stay cyber secure.

Netflix Researchers Discovered 4 Vulnerabilities that Could Cause Chaos in Data Centers

Researchers of the popular TV and movie streaming service Netflix have identified and resolved four major Linux and FreeBSD vulnerabilities.

4 Questions IT Leaders Should Ask Before Purchasing a Vulnerability Scanning Solution

To ensure the vulnerability scanning solution you choose aligns with your needs and goals, ask these four questions.

A Chrome Extension Vulnerability Exposed 4.6 Million Evernote Users to Potential Cyberattacks

A cross-site scripting vulnerability in Evernote’s Web Clipper Chrome extension gave hackers an entryway to active sessions of other websites in the same browser.

Local Governments Must Change Their Approach to Combat Cyberattacks

Here’s what leaders at the local level must do to safeguard their infrastructure and citizens’ data

What You Can Learn About Third-Party Risk from the LabCorp and Quest Breaches

In today’s interconnected world, any business can find itself in this type of situation. Third-party risk is a growing concern that is rarely addressed.

3 Things to Know About Managed Risk and Vulnerability Scanning

Vulnerabilities on your network leave the door wide open for bad actors to come in and steal proprietary data or customer information, conduct a ransomware campaign, or cause all kinds of general chaos.

Uh-Oh: NSA Urges Patching Microsoft Windows Vulnerability

NSA is concerned that malicious cyber actors will use the vulnerability in ransomware and exploit kits containing other known exploits, increasing capabilities against other unpatched systems.

New Supreme Court Ruling Has Major Implications on Corporate Data Breaches

Data breaches now bear major legal ramifications due to a spring Supreme Court ruling in a Zappos class action lawsuit.

SOC-as-as-Service Brings Key Advantages for HIPAA Compliance

In 2018, the HHS Office of Civil Rights (OCR) set an all-time record year as far as HIPAA enforcement goes, meting out $28.7 million in fines.