Just as we get word that Target is completely reorganizing its IT security program, two more security studies confirm the vulnerabilities that many organizations face.
The top news stories for March 6, 2014.
The worldwide mobile biometrics market is forecast by TechNavio to surge at a 157 percent compound annual growth rate through 2018, fueled by the increasing use of mobile devices for financial transactions.
Malware on the Android is exploding, according to a new study, the Mobile Security Threat Report, unveiled by security firm Sophos last week at the Mobile World Congress.
The top news stories for March 4, 2014.
U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder wants the nation's retailers to be more accountable for security breach reponse, and has called for new legislation that would mandate consumer alerts when systems are compromised.
40 percent of apps for Android pose security concerns as "either malicious, suspicious or unwanted," according to new research from the Webroot Research Team.
There is no arguing that BYOD is here to stay. Employees will bring all types of new mobile devices to work, and they will use them in their day-to-day work no matter how great your concerns are. Guest post by Amtel's PJ Gupta.
Among the bad guys' latest big data strategies is the creation of digital doppelgangers; perfect imitations of you and how you behave online to fool security experts into believing that it really is you removing money from your accounts.
Most organizations have insufficient security controls against rogue, root-level access and cyberattacks, a new study from Ponemon Institute reveals.