Nearly Half of Americans Willing to Give Brands a Pass for a Data Breach
New data shows that the U.S. public is surprisingly forgiving despite data breaches and controversies as long as companies demonstrate good faith.
Upgrading Surveillance Makes for a Night-and-Day Change at Washington Community High School
“We wanted a partner who would look out for us as a district,” says Ron Ehlers, WCHS Network Administrator. “We wanted to invest in a futureproof system that could grow along with us.”
Global Cybersecurity Workforce Gap Reaches 2.93 Million
Research shows a widening of the global cybersecurity workforce gap to nearly three million across North America, Latin America, Asia-Pacific (APAC), and Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA).
Smart Cities Have New Physical Threats: The Impact of Drones on Security and Public Safety
Smart city leaders are rightfully concerned about cybersecurity. Securing smart digital cities with millions of IOT devices from rogue actors with easy access to Internet connections anywhere in the world requires constant vigilant effort. Unfortunately, away from all the headlines of cybersecurity lies a new, but equally concerning threat: rogue actors with easy access to inexpensive drones that can violate individual privacy, menace citizenry in public spaces, and deliver contraband or even lethal payloads.
How Modern Security Solutions Are Engineered for Greater ROI
Measuring a return on investment (ROI) for security infrastructure is challenging. Most organizations primarily view security investments as a must-have capital expenditure. They know security systems are fundamentally necessary to protect people and assets and keep operations running smoothly. So while these technologies fulfill objectives and successfully help security teams prevent incidents, organizations oftentimes will ask: How can we truly quantify the value of a breach that never occurred?
Why You’re Hearing “No:” Insurance Considerations for Security Firms Serving Schools
As we reflect on the first anniversary of the Mandalay Bay shooting, it is sobering to consider the real risks facing any large group of people. A gathering of hundreds or thousands of people is vulnerable to attacks of violence and, unfortunately, over the past several years, we have seen that schools are also such targets.
Why Senior Management is the Biggest Threat to Workplace Security
New research undertaken by 247meeting has revealed senior management as being the culprits for some of the biggest lapses in workplace security.