As employees live their lives across an increasingly IoT-enabled landscape (with devices often installed discreetly and with hidden functionalities), enterprise security is threatened by outside factors it cannot control.
With NIST celebrating the five-year anniversary of its widely adopted and recommended Cybersecurity Framework just last month, a look back over the years illustrates how far the Framework has come.
Radio silence after reports of a headline-snagging ransomware payment in Jackson County, Ga., presents a possible case study in the pros and cons of paying ransomware attackers.
Since last year, endpoint-protection firms have been among the biggest movers and shakers in the cybersecurity realm – with the endpoint-security market seeing more than a typical share of acquisitions and strategic partnerships. Joe Stanganelli takes a look at why this might be happening.
IoT transformation is a gift and a curse that carries both business agility and business risk. As the world digitally transforms into something "smarter" than itself, IoT devices proliferate, demanding a lot of resources to keep up with them all – and, by extension, secure them all.
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