950,000 Coachella Festival Credentials For Sale on Dark Web
The data is being sold for a mere $300 on the Tochka marketplace.
One-Quarter of Americans Have Had Medical Info Stolen
Victims of medical identity theft had to pay approximately $2,500 in out-of-pocket costs per incident, on average.
Hospitals Under Attack for Lucrative Patient Data
Trend Micro report reveals extent of exposed systems
Unsupported Software Exposes UK PC Users
End-of-life systems found to be running on most PCs
Financial Phishing and Banking Malware Surge in 2016
Kaspersky Lab data a warning to consumers and businesses
Health Organizations Spending Big on Cybersecurity
Digitization of healthcare records contributing to data security risks.
Death, Taxes and Identity Theft: Life’s 3 Certainties
Most Americans are not worried about tax fraud in spite of federal reports of 787,000 confirmed identity theft returns in 2016.
Data Sprawl Thwarts the Protection of Critical IP
Understanding user behaviors and intent as they interact with critical business data is a key to greater security, but tools can’t keep up across clouds, devices and user locations.
Experts Protest Plans to Grab Social Passwords at US Border
DHS secretary said handing over log-ins may be prerequisite to entering country
#TEISS: The Jigsaw Effect - How Hackers Groom Your Staff
Tim Wilson, CISO at Optum International, discusses how cyber-criminals piece together partial sources of information to construct an individual’s identity and form the basis of an attack
FBI in the Dock Over iPhone Hack Details
Media groups want to know who cracked phone
#TEISS: How to Make Cybersec Awareness Training Stick
Professor Angela Sasse on how companies can make cybersecurity awareness training resonate better with their employees