Over the past few years, zero-day attacks, which target software flaws, have generally been thought of as being on the rise. In fact, studies have found that from 2014-2015, the number of zero-day vulnerabilities discovered have increased by 125%.
At this year’s inaugural Usenix Enigma security conference, crowds flocked to listen to an unconventional speaker.
Even though we recently recapped some of the highlights of RSA Conference 2016 and the overarching focus on detection over prevention, there’s one idea we didn’t cover — the idea that companies aren’t building effective cybersecurity budgets.
Based on a recent survey of over 1000 IT professionals from Evolve IP, half of all IT leaders and administrators, believe that the public cloud is less secure than on-premise hosting.
International software security group Kaspersky Lab recently published their findings from the 2015 Global IT Security Risks Survey, which included responses from 5564 IT professionals across 38 countries.
Whether it’s smart glasses, fitness trackers, smart watches or even smart clothing, wearables are the latest consumer trend – and it’s one that’s burgeoning globally.