With the holiday season now in full swing, retail companies have been readying their stores and websites for the influx of holiday shoppers over the next few weeks.
A collaborative effort between government and industry, National Cybersecurity Awareness Month (NCSAM) is observed every October in an effort to raise awareness about the importance of cybersecurity and to ensure that all Americans have the resources they need to stay safer and more secure online.
As we marvel once again that the holidays are already upon us, it’s also an opportunity to reflect on 2018, and set a new security strategy that takes into account what we may be up against for the coming year. I sat down recently with our trusted experts and threat intelligence pros, who’ve been right about predicting many trends in cybersecurity
2018 has been a record year for security breaches – but that’s not news. Inevitably, each year has more security incidents than the previous year, and the pattern is likely to continue for the foreseeable future.
Since it’s Thanksgiving, WhiteHat wondered, what are hackers giving thanks for? The simplest answers are Google, gigabit internet speeds, and an endless supply of caffeine. But the number one thing that hackers are overwhelmingly grateful for is DATA, especially passwords stored in plain or cleartext.
As discussed last week, many states are failing to take appropriate responsibility - not only to ensure that our voting machines work, but that they’re secure. Is there hope that we can still encourage a change before November? As with anything else, change is often difficult and time consuming.
Election Day 2018 is fast approaching, and when Americans head to the polls, will their votes be secured? That’s the burning question on the minds of many security experts. As important as these midterms maybe, the security and integrity of our American voting systems should also be at the forefront of the conversation.
We’re into week four of National Cyber Security Awareness Month (NCSAM), which focuses last but definitely not least on the importance of securing our country’s critical infrastructure. In the U.S., it’s comprised of 16 sectors that along with other networks and systems, support the supply of food, water, financial services, public health ....
October is National Cyber Security Awareness Month, and this week’s theme is centered around education, training and careers in the field. Therefore, it was the perfect time to catch up with WhiteHat Security’s CEO Craig Hinkley to get some inside advice for anyone looking to rise through the ranks within the cybersecurity industry.
As the chief scientist at WhiteHat Security, I oversee all research and development for the WhiteHat Sentinel product line, defining and driving the underlying technology.
October marks the 15th annual National Cyber Security Awareness Month. What began as a collaborative effort between government and industry has possibly never been more relevant than now, serving as a reminder to not only be more conscious of cybersecurity threats, but how we as individuals and businesses can proactively mitigate cyberthreats.
There is no doubt that AI and ML offer major advantages for modern cybersecurity applications compared to older, automated versions. The ability for applications to learn based on experience and use the knowledge to inform their behavior when confronted with similar issues in the future delivers a significant benefit.