Vulnerabilities (123)

Google’s Malware Problem Shows Phones Still Aren’t Risk-free

All the measures an information technology team takes to secure a computer network aren’t worth much if employees do some of their work on less-safe devices. And a recent admission by Google demonstrates the continuing vulnerabilities of phones and other mobile devices.


Will Cyber Insurance Upturn the Cybersecurity Industry?

As states impose data privacy laws and network breaches continue to make headlines, reports are proliferating that the rise of cyber insurance could reshape the cybersecurity business.


Healthcare Data Breaches Forecast to Cost $4B in 2019

Data breaches are projected to cost healthcare providers $4 billion this year, according to a survey by Black Book Market Research. So reports Healthcare Finance News.


First Domain Name Provider Confirms Data Breach

Network Solutions, the original internet domain name provider dating back to 1991, has confirmed that it, fellow domain provider and parent have been hacked. So reports


Cyber Risks from 5G Go Beyond China, Huawei

The arrival of fifth-generation mobile networks, which could be 10 times faster than 4G, also carries with it a host of new security risks, according to industry observers and government officials.


Two-thirds of Organizations Report Being Breached By Insiders

According to a survey by Sapio Research commissioned by data security firm Code42, 69% of organizations say they’ve been breached by an insider, despite taking precautions. So reports The Providence Journal.


FBI Warns As Ransomware Attacks Ramp Up

Ransomware incidents keep spreading and seem to be getting worse, leading the Federal Bureau of Investigation to issue a formal alert.


DoorDash Data Breach Highlights Mobile Ordering Risks

A data breach at DoorDash has brought the issue of cybersecurity vulnerabilities home to the growing mobile-delivery sector.


Few Employees Receive Annual Cybersecurity Training

Businesses may not be doing enough to educate employees about cybersecurity, a new survey by Chubb suggests. So reports The National Law Review.


Healthcare Data Breaches Have Affected 169 Million People

More than 169 million Americans have had their health records exposed in data breaches over the past decade, a new study in the medical journal Annals of Internal Medicine finds. So reports


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