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#RSAC: What Governments Should Do to Respond to Nation State Attacks

#RSAC: What Governments Should Do to Respond to Nation State Attacks

Are governments doing enough to stop nation state attacks?

National Cyber League Registration Opens for 2020

National Cyber League Registration Opens for 2020

Biannual competition aims to train and mentor the next generation of cybersecurity pros

Ransomware Detections Surged 10% in 2019

Ransomware Detections Surged 10% in 2019

Trend Micro blocks over 52 billion threats, up 8% year-on-year

Ordnance Survey Breach Hits Employee Data

Ordnance Survey Breach Hits Employee Data

Mapping agency discovered incident back in January

#RSAC: Learning from the Mistakes of 50 Years in Cybersecurity

#RSAC: Learning from the Mistakes of 50 Years in Cybersecurity

Steve Lipner reflects on mistakes and lessons learned from 50 years of development and innovation

#RSAC: How Corporate Boards Should Look at Cybersecurity Risk

#RSAC: How Corporate Boards Should Look at Cybersecurity Risk

Gone are the days when cybersecurity was just an ‘IT issue’

#RSAC: SOC Maturity Requires Framework, says RSA Engineer

#RSAC: SOC Maturity Requires Framework, says RSA Engineer

At RSA Conference in San Francisco, RSA’s Ankush Baveja made a case for a SOC effectiveness framework

#RSAC: How Shodan Has Been Improved to Help Protect Energy Utilities

#RSAC: How Shodan Has Been Improved to Help Protect Energy Utilities

The Shodan security search engine can potentially be a valuable tool in helping to secure critical infrastructure by discovering exposed devices and misconfigurations

#RSAC: Make Technology Deployment for Homer, not Spock

#RSAC: Make Technology Deployment for Homer, not Spock

We often talk about security culture and the capabilities of the human, but fail to “humanize security.”

Ransomware Attack at US Power Station

Ransomware Attack at US Power Station

A municipal light and power station in Massachusetts has been struck with ransomware

UK Financial Watchdog Admits Data Blunder

UK Financial Watchdog Admits Data Blunder

UK’s Financial Conduct Authority says it accidentally published personal data of its critics online

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