• January 06, 2020 06 Jan'20

    5 cybersecurity vendors to watch in 2020

    A number of cybersecurity startups earned tens of millions of dollars in venture capital investments last year. Here are five such vendors poised to emerge and grow in 2020.

  • December 30, 2019 30 Dec'19

    BigID: New privacy regulations have ended 'the data party'

    New privacy laws are changing data management practices in the enterprise. BigID co-founder Nimrod Vax discusses the importance of being 'data native' in the era of the CCPA.

  • December 26, 2019 26 Dec'19

    Siemplify looks to streamline security operations for enterprises

    Siemplify aims to become the security equivalent of Salesforce. Chief strategy officer Nimmy Reichenberg discusses the company's plans for 2020 and the obstacles it faces.

  • December 20, 2019 20 Dec'19

    F5 Networks to acquire Shape Security for $1 billion

    F5 Networks is acquiring Shape Security for approximately $1 billion in a move to strengthen its presence in the application security and anti-fraud markets.

  • December 19, 2019 19 Dec'19

    Clumio eyes security, BaaS expansion with VC funding

    Clumio CTO Chad Kinney and CSO Glenn Mulvaney discuss their company's roadmap and how Clumio addresses ransomware threats in a way that's different from other backup providers.

  • December 19, 2019 19 Dec'19

    Two attacks on Maze ransomware list confirmed

    Another confirmed ransomware attack, this time against Busch's Fresh Food Markets, was added to the Maze gang's ransomware shaming list after the company refused to pay the ransom.

  • December 18, 2019 18 Dec'19

    Cyberinsurance is on the rise -- and so is ransomware

    A debate has erupted between the insurance industry and the infosec community over whether cyberinsurance payouts have led to the surge in ransomware attacks this year.

  • December 17, 2019 17 Dec'19

    Maze gang outs ransomware victims in shame campaign

    The threat actors behind Maze ransomware started a campaign to pressure victims into paying ransom by publicly listing successful attacks and threatening to leak data.

  • December 16, 2019 16 Dec'19

    Latest city ransomware attack: New Orleans

    The city of New Orleans declared a state of emergency as the government tries to get systems back online following a ransomware attack Friday morning.

  • December 16, 2019 16 Dec'19

    Siemens ICS flaws could allow remote exploits

    Siemens recommends locking down industrial control systems as security researchers disclose 54 bugs, including remote exploit flaws, but only three patches are available.

  • December 13, 2019 13 Dec'19

    Google expands multiple Chrome password protection features

    Chrome's updated, built-in protections are intended to help users protect their passwords and data against malware, data breaches and phishing sites, according to the company.

  • December 13, 2019 13 Dec'19

    RSA teams up with Yubico for passwordless authentication

    RSA Security joined forces with Yubico to eliminate passwords within the enterprise. RSA's Jim Ducharme explains what it will take to the reach the 'last mile' of the pursuit.

  • December 12, 2019 12 Dec'19

    Pentagon CMMC program to vet contractor cybersecurity

    The U.S. Department of Defense has developed a five-level certification framework designed to vet the cybersecurity posture of potential contractors in an effort to avoid future risks.

  • December 10, 2019 10 Dec'19

    City of Pensacola hit by ransomware attack

    A cyberattack, later confirmed to be ransomware, hit the city of Pensacola, Florida on Saturday, and the city is currently in the process of responding.

  • December 10, 2019 10 Dec'19

    Ryuk ransomware change breaks decryption tool

    The threat actors behind Ryuk ransomware made changes to their code that have made the official decryption tool unreliable, according to security researchers.