A college student speaks out on privacy – Amanda Glassner Northport, N.Y. – May 4, 2021 If you call for an Uber ride, or a DoorDash delivery, then someone at Facebook could be watching. Zamaan Qureshi says Facebook is following him — even when he’s The post Facebook Is Following Us And We Don’t Care appeared first on Cybercrime Magazine.
Vulnerabilities are impacting millions of smart and industrial IoT devices – Eli Kirtman Northport, N.Y. – May 3, 2021 The multi-billion-dollar Internet of Things (IoT) market has manufacturers pining for a competitive edge and their risky shortcuts to lead the race have security leaders on The post Do CISOs Get Amnesia? We Hope So. appeared first on Cybercrime Magazine.
Helping SOC teams get on top of cybersecurity’s big data problem – David Braue Melbourne, Australia – Apr. 30, 2021 When big data techniques were popularized a decade ago, it didn’t take long before the security industry cottoned on to the opportunities posed by large-scale The post 11 Hot XDR Companies To Watch In 2021 appeared first on Cybercrime Magazine.
Another balancing act for CISOs – David Braue Melbourne, Australia – Apr. 29, 2021 Despite the value of security features like multi-factor authentication (MFA), “exhausted” CISOs are still struggling to convince stakeholders to accept the level of security necessary to keep cybercriminals at bay, a The post Cybersecurity: Zoom, Collab Tools Are Critical Infrastructure appeared first on Cybercrime Magazine.
Special Report: Cyberwarfare In The C-Suite. Sponsored by INTRUSION, Inc. – Steve Morgan, Editor-in-Chief Sausalito, Calif. – Nov. 13, 2020 /Download Report/ If it were measured as a country, then cybercrime — which is predicted to inflict damages totaling $6 trillion USD globally in 2021 — The post Cybercrime To Cost The World $10.5 Trillion Annually By 2025 appeared first on Cybercrime Magazine.