In today’s news headlines, a week doesn’t pass without a mention of a large company experiencing some type of cyberattack or breach. Examples of high-profile cyberattacks in the news over keep reading >
Why are cyber risks heightened during mergers & acquisitions (M&A)? There will always be heightened risk when two organizations’ information security programs merge, because the likelihood of a breach increases keep reading >
According to the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, there could be 3.5 million self-driving vehicles on the road by 2025. This outlook isn’t surprising considering large automakers like Volvo, Audi, keep reading >
Every company, regardless of size, is a potential target for commercial crime – whether it’s employee dishonesty, forgery or alteration, theft of money and securities, burglary or computer fraud, these types of criminal acts costs businesses billions of dollars each year.
Spear Phishing, also known as Social Engineering Fraud or Fraudulent Impersonation, targets a specific individual via email with the intent of deceiving the individual into transmitting funds, releasing confidential information, etc. In most cases, once the funds have been transmitted, it is extremely difficult to recover them.
For years there’s been an increase in cyber security issues. It’s hard to go a single day without reading a story about how companies large and small are threatened by cyber risks. As a matter of fact, Graham recently released survey findings showing that cyber security risks are one of the top business threats keeping them up at night.
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The common movie theme where a wild robot wreaks havoc on an unsuspecting human populace (i.e., Terminator) has not happened yet (at least not that we are aware of); nor keep reading >