Teleconferences are being disrupted by internet trolls shouting profanity and racist remarks and posting pornographic and hate images.
Exabeam's employees are recovering from coronavirus. Both tested positive for COVID-19 after attending RSA in San Francisco.
The platform allows a host to monitor users' activities while screen sharing, as well as access to a participant's device information and other details.
Microsoft's Remote Desktop Protocol has been saddled with security bugs and weaknesses, which means you need to take certain precautions when using RDP for remote connections.
With companies sending employees home to work during the COVID-19 threat, IBM offers a range of tools to support critical IT applications.
A new phishing campaign is using the fear of being infected as a way to spread malware, as spotted by security trainer KnowBe4.
Since February, spam exploiting the novel coronavirus has jumped by 4,300% and 14,000% in the past 14 days, according to IBM X-Force, IBM's threat intelligence group.
World Backup Day is March 31, and while cyberattacks are a potential threat to their data, many SMBs say they don't have a data backup or disaster recovery process, according to data protection company Infrascale.
A security expert offers tips on how to keep employees safe in this work-from-home environment during the coronavirus pandemic.
COVID-19 is fueling new dark web conversations about cybercriminal activity, says cyber intelligence company Sixgill.
These TechRepublic Premium resources offer a comprehensive solution from responding to a data breach to explaining company-wide security responsibilities.
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The coronavirus is spurring questions and concerns in the tech industry. Get tips on telecommuting, interviewing and hiring, travel, and cybersecurity, as well as the latest news about COVID-19.
Phishing emails and unsecure remote desktop protocol access are two common types of attack methods used to spread ransomware, says cyber breach firm Beazley Breach Response Services.