A new Ponemon Institute report shows what factors can increase or decrease data breach costs.
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Cities and schools are increasingly targeted in ransomware attacks, with a hefty price tag.
Destructive attacks including wiper ransomware have tripled since the second half of 2018.
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X-Force® Red warns new exploit called warshipping could sneak threats in via the corporate mail room.
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Vulnerabilities in sign-in kiosks could allow attackers to access data or plant malware in systems.
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Has booming investment in cybersecurity actually solved the problem, or have multiplying solutions created new ones?
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What’s new in the 2019 Cost of a Data Breach Report? More analysis parsing the financial impacts, and new insights into mitigations.
Large organizations are susceptible to the most dangerous attack out there: the advanced threat, which is difficult to see and harder to stop.
September 25, 2019
In this webcast, IBM and SANS Institute experts explore survey results of organizations’ challenges to counter advanced persistent threats.
Larry Ponemon explains the key findings from the 2019 Cost of a Data Breach Report. See the results and get insights into factors that mitigate costs.
Millions of cybersecurity jobs will be unfilled by 2021, forcing businesses to pursue new workforce strategies.
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Teams experience a life-like breach in the industry’s first mobile command center and cyber range.
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If developers don’t create artificial intelligence programs with security in mind, AI is vulnerable.
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They take off weekends and holidays, but cybercriminals operate in a ruthless Wild West.
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Taxpayers Oppose Cities Paying Ransoms to Hackers
Study Shows Data Breaches Have Financial Impact for Years
Cybersecurity Threats Growing in Travel and Transportation Industries
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