Set to go into effect on January 1, 2020, the CCPA will affect lots of companies doing business in California, but 86% have yet to meet compliance goals.
These coding languages have the most open source vulnerabilities, according to a WhiteSource report.
Spear phishing attacks, including business email compromise and brand impersonation, are on the rise, according to Barracuda.
Automating security and system standards eliminates the potential for human error.
Apps in the Google Play Store purport to upgrade your phone to Android 9.0 Pie, but an app cannot perform that task.
Hackers are increasingly trying to steal data instead of money from victims, according to Positive Technologies.
Slack Enterprise Key Management offers more security for Enterprise Grid users in regulated industries.
On the one-year anniversary of the Facebook-Cambridge Analytica data privacy scandal, Dan Patterson advises companies to stay vigilant and keep data locked down and secure.
Chinese e-commerce giant Globalegrow left personally identifiable information and account credentials exposed, leading security researchers to call them "delusional."
When you can't remember a password for a website you know Chrome saved, never fear. You can view it with these tips.
As employees access clouds and apps untethered to corporate networks, managers must create new security architectures.
Some 71% of businesses plan to use AI and machine learning in their security tools this year, though over half aren't sure what that tech really does, according to Webroot.
macOS is capable of working with SSH keys. Jack Wallen shows you how to generate the necessary keys and copy them to a server.
Data was found on 68% of secondhand flash drives sold in the US, according to a Comparitech report. Here's how to secure your data for disposal.