Managing Cyber Risks Initiative
Understanding how to minimize risk and increase cyber resilience
An audit report released this week determined that personal and confidential information of roughly 192,000 permit holders was left unprotected when the California Department of Justice exposed it earlier this year.
A Lynnwood-based debt-collection company has been sued for compromising the names and the Social Security information of more than 3.7 million individuals in a data breach back in April 2021.
The potential vulnerabilities found in charging stations run the gamut, from skimming someone's credit card information, locking a charging station or a network of charging stations or hacking into the larger electrical grid.
The U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement accidentally posted personal identity information and locations of more than 6,000 immigrants currently in agency custody to its website this week.
With online sales expected to reach $236 billion this year, an increase of more than 15.5 percent over last year, this increase is good news for retailers but may present increased opportunities for cyber criminals.
After briefly stirring into life as COVID-19 restrictions were lifted, companies and entire economies are again stepping on the brakes as they brace for yet another “current situation.”
Since the cybersecurity sector first emerged, network defenders have been locked in a perpetual arms race with their adversaries. This translates into a continuous quest for more security solutions.
State and local government (SLG) organizations are null that impact and disrupt citizen services.