Experts say the Office of Personnel Management’s plans to notify breached employees via email may cause more attacks.
Institution's main site not hit, but research sites were.
New malware catches IT departments by surprise; more than $1 million in losses reported since last June.
Cybersecurity experts weigh in on what the massive breach means for credit unions and their members.
In this Opinion column, read how the new "Generation Tech" takes more risks with software. And how this doesn’t have to be a problem.
Data capture by hackers can occur through employees using unapproved applications on corporate networks. Personal emails are the most common application followed closely by online banking and shopping.
Frank Kenney knows well the potential harm lax smartphone security can pose to credit unions and any other enterprise that allows employees to access their networks with those phones.
A new international survey shows about half of employees in corporate enterprises use their own mobile devices to connect to corporate systems, raising significant security concerns, according to the survey sponsors.