When it comes to cybersecurity, both in terms of budgeting and ability, far too many businesses admit they are not on top of their game.
When we hear news of another major data breach, one that compromised the personal data of a large number of people, we tend to think of hackers or cybercriminals playing their digital trade.
As the weather warms up, our thoughts can turn to vacation plans and exotic destinations. But the ideal summer hotspot can come with some hidden dangers that might derail any future plans, and many of those threats are online.
Last Friday, more than 200,000 computers around the world in 150 countries, were infected with one of the fastest-spreading known ransomware titles, WannaCry.
In the race to come up with even more secure forms of protecting your technology and your accounts, researchers have been experimenting with a variety of methods. Everything from two-step authentication to advanced biometrics (think fingerprint sensors) have been used in some way.