The struggle with simplifying the government's cybersecurity efforts
RSA Public Sector was full of discussions on why federal cybersecurity needs to be simplified. How to get there? The opinions differ.
Yahoo to pay up to $85m to settle data breach lawsuit
It's one of the largest data breach settlements in U.S. history, and it's the latest in a series of legal consequences related to security issues at Yahoo.
Ransomware, phishing and pretexting are on the rise: Verizon
Ransomware is the most prevalent malware attack and the human element continues to be a weak link in cybersecurity, Verizon reports.
Verizon acquires startup Niddel and its automated threat hunting platform
Niddel offers a threat hunting platform that relies on machine learning, removing the need for human analysts to write code or process data in order to stop threats.
How Verizon delicately handled the Yahoo breach
Craig Silliman, Verizon’s EVP of Public Policy and General Counsel, said Verizon didn't panic when Yahoo announced a very bad breach in late 2016.
Florida-based credit firm left 111GB of sensitive customer data exposed on AWS server
UpGuard researcher Chris Vickery found another open S3 instance, with a Florida-based credit firm leaving extremely sensitive data on the public internet.