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By Stu Sjouwerman at KnowBe4 Inc.

As the world becomes increasingly connected and automated, the stakes have never been higher. Per recent estimates, cybercrime is set to become the third-largest economy this year and will cost the wor...

By Tonya Riley at CYBERSCOOP

The Justice Department is launching a fellowship program designed to develop legal talent to deal with the increasing cyber threats to national security.

“As we have witnessed this past year, cyber threat...

Microsoft identified a pattern of zero-day exploits being used by a group of malicious actors, now known as HAFNIUM, to attack on-premises Microsoft Exchange Servers. While HAFNIUM has been known as a state-sponsored threat actor oper...

By Bruce Schneier at The Guardian

Recent news articles have all been talking about the massive Russian cyber-attack against the United States, but that’s wrong on two accounts. It wasn’t a cyber-attack in international relations...

Many insurance companies are diving into the cyber risk insurance game, and some have names you already recognize (such as Progressive Business and Travelers). Your business’ current insurance company may offer cyber risk insurance as an...

Phishing has long been a major attack vector on corporate networks. It’s no surprise, then, that everyone and everything, from e-mail providers to mail gateways and even browsers, use antiphishing filters and malicious address scanners. T...