The string of damaging data breaches suffered by high-profile companies like Target, Sony Pictures, Home Depot and JP Morgan Chase have helped to elevate the issue of cybersecurity to the C-Suite and board levels…
As more corporate infrastructure moves online, new research suggests that the rising number and impact of data breaches will cost $2.1 trillion globally by 2019, almost four times the estimated cost of breaches in 2015.
AT&T data breaches exposed about 280,000 U.S. customers’ names and full or partial Social Security numbers, the government said.
Lloyd’s, a well-known insurance market located in London, has reported that demand for “cyber insurance” is on the rise in light of a growing number of high-profile security incidents.
Casey Fleming shares his thoughts on how the Board and senior executives need to change their view of information security.