Data theft and cybercrime have become one of the fastest-growing "industries" in the world, with 1.3 billion personal profiles being stolen in 2018 alone.
When quantum computers arrive, the asymmetric cryptography like RSA that we rely on today will quickly be broken.
Brace yourself, because this isn’t going to make pretty reading, especially if you’re a cybersecurity professional.
Six tips you need to abide by to ensure that you don't suffer from a cyberattack in the coming year.
So far, this year’s round of scammers has been the most prolific, making 2018 an especially bad year for breaches.
Does Encryption Cause A False Sense Of Security?
Encryption is a powerful and effective tool for protecting data even if it has been stolen
Storing Data In Multiple States. Data is in more places than ever before and cyber criminals tend to lurk in dark places.
Computer data spends most of it’s lifecycle being stored ‘at rest’, punctuated with brief periods ‘in transit’ between storage media.
Research showed that the average cost paid for each lost or stolen record containing sensitive and confidential info rose from $154 last year to $158 this year.
Late in 2015, we wrote about a survey by a European security consultancy called SEC Consult that looked at the cryptographic safety of the average web server.