The number of security incidents soared 48 percent this year to 42.8 million, or the equivalent of 117,339 attackers per day, according to The Global State of Information Security Survey.
Apparently, General Motors doesn't want a high-profile security breach to be added to the list of its current woes involving massive recalls because of defective products.
The National Institute of Standards and Technology has awarded defense contractor MITRE an initial $29 million contract to support the National Cybersecurity Center of Excellence, set up in cooperation with Maryland to assist private sector firms with cybersecurity. The contract could be worth up to $5 billion over a 25-year period.
Many Bitcoin enthusiasts believe the function behind the new tech is already superior to fiat currencies, and the reasons virtual currencies haven't taken over the world yet are perception based. Wences Cesares, CEO of Bitcoin security startup Xapo, says the technology needs broad international acceptance before it can be taken seriously, and organizations like his are pushing the message.
Critical infrastructure upon which the industrial world depends is a cybersecurity sieve. That is one conclusion that can be drawn from a survey of nearly 600 security executives at critical infrastructure companies by The Ponemon Institute on behalf of Unisys.
A major commercial provider of background checks for U.S. government employees has suffered a data breach affecting at least 25,000 employees of the Department of Homeland Security, Reuters reports.
Corporate boards must take a more active role in measuring and monitoring their company's cybersecurity strategy, says a new report from ISACA and the Institute of Internal Auditors Research Foundation.
When you think of a robust cybersecurity market, you don't usually think sub-Saharan Africa. But that is changing, according to ABI Research.
The most eye-opening survey numbers from Ponemon to date imply that no one--absolutely no one--is actually implementing security governance standards as specified.
The Senate Intelligence Committee has approved a cybersecurity bill that would give companies legal immunity when they share cyber threat data with the U.S. government.