Cybersecurity Evolves to Handle Remote Workers
Security controls and cyberattack prevention are still catching up to the remote-work shift.
6 Cybersecurity Misconceptions
Be sure your organization is not buying into some common myths about data security, the nature of cyber attacks, and which security practices actually work.
Heads Up: Cybercriminals Are Businesspeople
Understanding the business model behind cybercrime can be a helpful thought experiment to help CFOs allocate appropriate resources to cyber defenses.
Hackers Target 35,000 CFOs for Phishing Scam
A Nigerian gang's "business email compromise" scam aimed at finance execs shows how cybercriminals are becoming more sophisticated.
Small Companies Carry Greatest Cyber-Risk
More than half of top executives at small businesses don't believe their company is a target for cyber-criminals. They're wrong.
How to Prevent ‘Visual Hacking’
In this high-tech age, low-tech hacking techniques like physically looking at open computer screens may be overlooked, potentially leading to disaster.
Email Security Firm ‘Matches Wits with Bad Guys’
Proofpoint, aiming to double in size within three years, leverages innovation and luck on the way there, its finance chief says.
Scammers Sending Fake Emails from SEC
A spear phishing campaign identified by FireEye appears to be targeting personnel involved with SEC filings at public companies.
U.S. Data Breaches Hit All-Time High
Companies sustained more than 1,000 data breaches in 2016, an increase of 40% over 2015 data.
AICPA Warns of Executive Impersonation Scam
The association says scams in which cybercriminals send fake emails from a top executive to initiate wire transfers are becoming increasingly prevalent.
Second Thoughts on an Anti-Whaling IPO
“You don’t rob a bank with a gun anymore; you rob it with an email." — Peter Campbell, CFO, Mimecast