The Parallax’s Seth Rosenblatt shares his story on the root cause of the Chernobyl disaster and the lessons organizations—especially those in nuclear power—can take away to secure critical infrastructure against a rising tide of cyberattacks.
As the Senate sits on no fewer than four data privacy bills that their own members wrote—with no plans to vote on any—and as the world’s largest social media company braces for an anticipated multibillion-dollar privacy blunder, the US National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) has published what it calls a “privacy framework” draft.
Using technology alone to combat cyberattacks is not enough. That’s why employee education on security awareness should be an integral part of any company’s cybersecurity policy.
We take a look at the various cyberthreats video gamers may encounter online, their real-world consequences, and what users can do to protect themselves.
In the first blog for Malwarebytes Labs’ cybersecurity and data privacy law series, we tackle US data privacy compliance from a startup’s perspective. GDPR, COPPA, HIPAA—it’s all here.
How can we help our less tech-savvy friends stay more secure online? By giving them a lazy person’s guide to cybersecurity, we can offer maximum protection for minimal effort.
As of this writing, the government shutdown of 2019 is the longest ever in America. Will the government’s stable of cybersecurity talent be the next casualty—now and in the long run?
Every year, we at Malwarebytes Labs like to stare into our crystal ball and foretell the future of malware. And while all hope is for a threat-free 2019, the reality likely includes botnets, IoT, artificial intelligence, and even more data breaches. When it comes to security, we can pretty much assure you that attacks will keep happening—just as the sun rises and sets.