IT Outsourcing Rates Decline
A favorable economy and cloud-based services allow companies to scale back their IT outsourcing budgets.
Hybrid Cyber-Risk Solutions May Lower Cost of Insurance
Requiring businesses to buy certain IT products to get better cyber insurance coverage may be an idea whose time has come.
As the digital ecosystem grows, so do threats to the security of an organization’s data stores.
Small Business CFOs Report Fewer Cyber Attacks
In the last 24 months, less than one fifth of small and midsize companies say they have experienced attacks on their computer networks, CFO finds.
Oracle Settles FTC Charges Over Java Security
The regulator alleged Oracle misled consumers into believing its updates addressed security issues that hackers could exploit.
Dell to Spin Off Security Division
The IPO for SecureWorks could help Dell close a $10 billion gap in the funding of its $67 billion acquisition of EMC.
Moody’s Says Cyber Risk Relevant to Ratings
The ratings agency would likely examine the duration and severity of a cyber attack to determine its credit impact.
Many Cybersecurity Incidents Involve Employees
Not all employees keep pace with a rapidly changing IT environment, says Kaspersky Lab.
FTC Can Sue Wyndham For Cyber Breach: Court
An appeals court denied Wyndham's motion to dismiss the case against the company for 'exposing consumer data to the risk of theft.'
Chinese Chip Firm to Bid $23B for Micron
State-owned Tsinghua Unigroup's bid for the memory maker is likely to be blocked by U.S. regulators.
How to Respond to a Data Breach
Incident response plans are one of the most neglected aspects of information security.