Hate passwords? We all do. So Microsoft, Google, and other browser makers have made WebAuthn to replace passwords with your fingerprint and facial recognition.
When someone in your organization starts using internet-connected devices without IT’s knowledge, that’s shadow IoT. Here's what you need to know about its growing risk.
An IT auditor is responsible for analyzing and assessing an organization’s technological infrastructure to find problems with efficiency, risk management and compliance.
Biometric authentication uses physical or behavioral human characteristics to digitally identify a person to grant access to systems, devices or data. It has the potential to make authentication dramatically faster, easier and more secure than traditional passwords, but companies need to be careful about the biometric data they collect.
Digital forensics is the application of scientific investigatory techniques to digital crimes and attacks. Think beyond the awful (and justly cancelled) TV show CSI Cyber; digital forensics is a crucial aspect of law and business in the internet age and can be a rewarding and lucrative career path.
A highly targeted form of phishing, spear phishing involves bespoke emails being sent to well-researched victims. It is hard to spot without close inspection and difficult to stop with technical controls alone.
The chief information security officer (CISO) is the executive responsible for an organization's information and data security. Learn what it takes to land a CISO job and how to be successful in the role.
From exposing Aadhaar vulnerabilities to hunting down bugs in Microsoft. Here are four white hat hackers who made waves in the cybersecurity realm this year.