Research shows that running regular backups for data, as well as encrypting them, is necessary for organizations to ensure that their information is safe.
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The New York State Office of the Attorney General has experienced a massive increase in the number of reported data breaches in 2016.
Remember when a 100 gigabyte hard drive was huge? I try not to think about it, but I also remember when no one could figure out what to do with a hard drive “that large”.
Hundreds of millions of email usernames and passwords are ‘up for grabs’ in Russia’s criminal underworld, thanks to a major data breach.
Forget about passwords – it's all about passphrases. Longer, more complex and easy to remember, they will help you be more safe and secure. Our guide shows you how to create a passphrase.
A 10-year old boy has found a security flaw in Instagram and, for his efforts, been rewarded $10,000 by Facebook.
There is no doubt that criminals have found a mechanism in ransomware enabling them to obtain significant benefits with relatively little effort, reports ESET's Josep Albors.
Google is adding further security to the world wide web by introducing HTTPS for every blogspot domain name.
Third party risks to organizations has been described as a “serious threat”, a new study by the Ponemon Institute and Shared Assessments as revealed.
Authentication may sound like a very complicated concept, but it’s quite simple: a way of showing that you are who you say you are, says ESET's Lysa Myers.