CIOs are keeping the digital lifelines open for every business while enabling employees, customers, partners, and suppliers to continue working during the COVID-19 pandemic
The impact of COVID 19 on enterprise IT is significant and cause for a pause to consider what is changing daily.
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It’s much too easy to create legitimate-looking government warnings and mass-spam worried citizens, as proven by a security researcher.
Recent quantitative assessments of the impact of AI highlight the precarious nature of the future of work (long after the coronavirus pandemic ends), the continuing mixed attitudes of consumers about data privacy, and the possible resilience of this year’s...
Malware that went dormant three years is making a comeback and it's preying on Coranivirus fears.
There are some common red flags to watch for and some core security measures you can put in place to drastically reduce the chance of a successful attack.
As the adoption of the internet of things (IoT) grows, so do legitimate security concerns about this technology. In 2018, Kaspersky honeypots identified 105 million attacks targeting smart devices.
Houseparty is offering a $1 million reward for the first person to prove sabotage is behind the hacking rumors that have gone viral on social media
It turns out the U.S. has a ready-made coronavirus surveillance system to track people and their compliance with government instructions.
The pharma giant aims to be ready to go to market immediately once its vaccine has been tested and approved by the FDA. Its vaccine could be ready early next year.
#1-ranked industry analyst Patrick Moorhead pointz out how some tech companies have impacted the COVID-19 crisis and what they have done to prevent it from spreading.
#1-ranked industry analyst Patrick Moorhead takes a look into HP as the company took things a big step further, with the unveiling of several new PC endpoint security offerings.
Yes, you can exercise control over your privacy -- without going off the grid.
With the increasing number of enterprises storing sensitive customer, employee and business-critical data in the cloud, it is essential to rethink the way that cybersecurity is to be enforced.