Businesses commonly divide their security teams into two silos: physical and cyber/IT, with industrial organizations even dividing their teams across three: physical, operational (OT) and cyber/IT.
Retailers will be particularly susceptible to cyber crime during the most lucrative shopping weekend of the year: Black Friday and Cyber Monday.
A proposed law in New York City would create a panic button program for small businesses.
Heightened security threats, civil unrest and geopolitical instability are expected to be top disruptors to the mobile workforce in 2020, says a new study by International SOS.
The LA District Attorney's Office is warning smartphone users not to use public USB charging stations.
Jeffrey Millslagle has been named the new Director of Safety and Security for the Tyler, Texas ISD.
NIST and the U.S. Department of Commerce announced that six organizations will be presented with the Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award.
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Medicine notified 3,716 persons whose information may have been affected in a cyber phishing incident.
Portland, Oregon is considering banning facial recognition.
It’s time to make cybersecurity personal for your employees, train them on best practices and reward them for their success.