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4 Habits of Highly Effective Security Operators

These good habits can make all the difference in advancing careers for cybersecurity operators who spend their days putting out fires large and small.

Data Breaches Surge in Food & Beverage, Other Industries

Six previously "under-attacked" vertical industries saw a surge in data breaches last year due to COVID-19 related disruptions and other factors, new data shows.

One in Five Manufacturing Firms Targeted by Cyberattacks

Information-stealing malware makes up about a third of attacks, a study finds, but companies worry most about ransomware shutting down production.

Carnival Cruise Line Reports Security Breach

The cruise ship operator says the incident affected employee and guest data.

Google Launches SLSA, A New Framework for Supply Chain Integrity

The 'Supply chain Levels for Software Artifacts' aims to ensure the integrity of components throughout the software supply chain.

Cyberattacks Are Tailored to Employees … Why Isn’t Security Training?

Consider four factors and behaviors that impact a particular employee's risk, and how security training should take them into account.

Ukraine Police Disrupt Cl0p Ransomware Operation

Growing list of similar actions in recent months may finally be scaring some operators into quitting, but threat is far from over, security experts say.

Ransomware Operators’ Strategies Evolve as Attacks Rise

Security researchers find ransomware operators rely less on email and more on criminal groups for initial access into target networks.

Biden Tells Putin Critical Infrastructure Sectors ‘Off Limits’ to Russian Hacking

President Joe Biden said he and Russian President Vladimir Putin agreed to discuss boundaries in cyber activity.

Security Flaw Discovered In Peloton Equipment

The vulnerability could give attackers remote root access to the bike's tablet, researchers report.