The top news stories for May 21, 2015.
Social media and adult content are among dangerous sites employees are willing to visit while at work.
Look for algorithms to play an increasing role in detecting criminal activity on nearly every front and for all types of crimes.
More than 140 technolocy companies have joined forces in urging President Obama to reject legislation that they say would create "backdoor access" to personal information stored on mobile phones.
The top news stories for May 19, 2015.
By most accounts, unemployment for cybersecurity professionals is now zero. But the scramble to acquire these must-have technologists is especially tough for federal agencies, which worry about the staffing impact of a changing administration.
Dropbox for Business has achieved certification with ISO 27018, an emerging standard for privacy and data protection in the cloud.
With half of the states on record as opposing any data sale at all, the FTC has reportedly recommended that customer data held by bankrupt retailer Radio Shack should only be purchased by a similar company and with guaranteed privacy protections, or not at all.
The top news stories for May 18, 2015.
Penn State's College of Engineering was cyberattacked and security experts expect more universities to be actively mined by cyberattackers in the near future if they aren't already under attack. But these attacks are looking for more than the usual data payoff. Much more.