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Survey: 14% Of IT Execs Would Pay $500K To Avoid ‘Shaming’...

Bitdefender report shows how negative media headlines following an attack can cause financial damage, ruin business forecasts and severely damage reputations.

Stolen Health Record Databases Sell For $500,000 In The Deep Web

Electronic health record databases proving to be some of the most lucrative stolen data sets in cybercrime underground.

Google Shines Light On Corporate Gmail Threats

New data highlights the diversity of security threats putting corporate Gmail inboxes at risk.

Social Media Impersonators Drive Security Risk

A new pool of research digs into the fraudulent social media accounts, a growing threat to individuals and businesses.

Law Enforcement At RSAC: Collaboration Is Key To Online Crime Fighting

Agencies and investigators are reaching out across jurisdictions and international borders to vanquish spammers, botnet operators, and worse.

8 Valuable Security Certifications For 2017

A security credential could be the step towards your next job title.But which one to get?

Preparing Security For Windows 7 End-Of-Life Support

Moving to Microsoft's latest OS may give you flashbacks to when XP support ended.

FBI Pursues Three Probes Into Russian Hacking Of US Elections

Sources say the bureau's offices in Pittsburgh, San Francisco, and Washington are investigating the alleged hack.

Two More Sentenced In $1.3 Million Spam Email Scheme

Tomasz Chmielarz and Devin McArthur get two years of probation for involvement in a hacking scheme affecting 60M people.

Controlling Privileged Access To Prevent Rogue Users In Active Directory

Knowing which of your employees have which privileges is the first step to staying safe.

Voice Biometrics Prone To Error, Study Shows

New research shows the need for a holistic solution to authentication, not just voice biometrics alone.

Do Software-Defined Data Centers Pose Security Concerns?

SDDC adoption is likely to trigger widespread data security governance programs, with 20 percent of organizations considering them necessary to prevent data breaches.