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Countless scams, security breaches, frauds and data leakages happened last year, and the trends indicate they'll keep happening in 2022. In fact, the results of a study by PwC show companies' growing concern regarding information security and that 69% of organizations predict they'll increase their investments in cybersecurity in 2022. Learn More
President Joe Biden is stressing a commitment to cybersecurity with his fiscal year 2023 budget. So Nextgov zoomed in to see what specifics we could glean, apart from an 11% increase across the board for non-defense agencies’ cybersecurity spending. Here, in no particular order, are a few other clear takeaways. Read more
Lawmakers in the United States have proposed a new bill, which aims to enhance the cybersecurity of America's healthcare and public health (HPH) sector. Learn More
Here are a few ways that organizations can encourage bottom-up adoption of security. Learn More
The cybersecurity industry is founded upon two types of competition: that between security vendors and cybercriminal adversaries, and that between the vendors themselves.
What’s unusual about the situation is the way in which these two battlegrounds are connected; to prevent threat actors from infecting devices with malware and infiltrating business networks, cybersecurity vendors often have to establish a temporary truce. Read More
Charles Carmakal is a University of Florida alumnus and senior vice president and chief technology officer at Mandiant, a cybersecurity firm that works with government entities, corporations and law enforcement agencies around the world. On this episode of From Florida, Carmakal shares what organizations and individuals should do to protect themselves against cyberattacks. Read More
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