New research by BlackBerry Cylance links an attack featured in a front-page New York Times story about the theft of sensitive European Union diplomatic cables by an alleged Chinese APT to a whole host of additional attacks on internal Chinese political targets thought to have been carried out by different Chinese APT groups.
HBO’s Game of Thrones is the most pirated TV show of all time. As the series finally concludes this week on May 19, we take a look back at the long history of online media piracy.
As Deputy Chief Information Security Officer, it often falls to me to come up with new and entertaining ways to engage our employees with the kind of in-depth security training mandatory at a large cybersecurity company. Here's a look at a creative new approach I had success with recently.
With the rise in malicious hacking and data breaches, companies and government agencies are looking for better ways to protect their data. Many companies are shifting to the use of biological characteristics that uniquely identify you as an individual, called biometric identifiers, for security purposes. But along with the strength of biometric identifiers come new risks.