Combining security strategies could reduce the risk of fraud, which has only risen since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. A new report suggests steps insurance carriers can take to ensure their security plan works to combat identity fraud.
The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency created a new de-escalation series to help critical infrastructure owners and operators recognize, assess, de-escalate and report behaviors that raise concern.
Increasing workloads and attacks on organizations are a major source of burnout among security professionals. David Bradbury, Chief Security Officer at Okta, explains how hiring globally can help reduce the burden on security employees that are already overworked.
Kathleen Kotwica, Executive Vice President and Chief Knowledge Strategist at the Security Executive Council, talks to _Security _magazine about her journey into security and the challenges faced when conducting research within the industry.
All employees and contractors of the San Francisco International Airport (SFO) will be required to get vaccinated or submit to weekly testing. SFO is the first U.S. airport to implement a vaccine requirement.
Veritas Technologies surveyed more than 2,000 global IT leaders whose organizations have undertaken pandemic-led digital transformation and found the majority are severely vulnerable to ransomware attacks because they’ve been unable to keep pace with the accelerated digitization.