Knowing where your weak spots are as organization is important, as is ensuring that you actively do everything you can to stay secure from data leaks.
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On World Day for Safety and Health at Work, we’ve put together a brief guide on potential cyber stresses to avoid in the workplace.
David Harley, a senior research fellow at ESET, offers expert answers to six important questions that concern vulnerabilities, exploits and patches.
The state of information security in companies in the EMEA region, and the attitudes of their IT experts and managers, by ESET.
The most pressing IT security issue that companies in the EMEA region face is malware infection, reports Ondrej Kubovič. Enterprises are very worried.
A new survey finds that the majority of corporate information security practitioners consider employees to be the biggest risk to their company’s cybersecurity program.
In this feature we explore why mobile security is of the utmost importance for individuals and organizations. If smartphones and tablets not adequately protected, they are extremely vulnerable to being exploited.
Cybersecurity topics and panels were rated one of the “6 Best Things” at the recent Campus Tech conference, in Boston.
Aryeh Goretsky and David Harley talk to Sabrina Pagnotta about the internet's impact on security research.
Smartphone authentication: is biometric technology ready to replace PINs and passwords?
It's National Small Business Week in the U.S. and, because properly protecting the digital assets of your small business could be vital to its success, here's a cybersecurity survival guide.
Major themes of the 2015 RSA Conference: the degree to which the deployment of digital devices is outpacing our ability to deploy humans with the necessary skills and knowledge needed to secure data and systems.
Last week’s Apple Watch launch has put the spotlight back on the ‘smart’ inter-connected watches that are expected to change how we interact with each other and the internet. But how secure are they?
The pressure for businesses to allow their employees to access work resources with their personal mobile devices may be overwhelming. How can healthcare IT and Security staff implement this without giving criminals the keys to the castle?
Consultancy firm Ernst and Young have warned that employees returning to work with new smartphones and tablets purchased over the Christmas period could be a security risk for companies.
The biggest IT security risk to businesses is the use of smartphones in the workplace, a report based on the habits of 5,000 users worldwide has found.
Will the future be a murderous game of 'smart device' Cluedo, where Colonel Mustard meets his death at the hands of a Wi-Fi pacemaker, and Miss Scarlett is consumed in a Smart Home-ignited blaze. Not likely, says David Harley - where's the profit motive?
A Department of Commerce committee will meet for the first time this Thursday to begin discussions on a standard of guidelines for facial recognition software.
The Blackberry 10 operating system has been updated to include a ‘photo password’ mechanism, as well as stronger message filtering capabilities.
Companies have “heads in sand” about security threat as employees sneak mobile devices to work, report warns
Employers are failing to face up to the threats posed by employees who use their own mobile devices at work - 40% of companies do not consider the 'bring your own device' (BYOD) trend even to be on their agenda, according to a survey of IT workers.