Everyone must accept the fact that all businesses, and particularly law firms, are under constant assault from attackers.
Keeping data safe: Law firms tighten security to protect intellectual property, data
At a law firm, a wrong click on a suspicious email link could result in a cybersecurity breach that exposes a client’s intellectual property or privileged attorney-Read More
The names, addresses, case numbers and Medicaid numbers of more than 744,000 Hoosiers on Medicaid were exposed in a contractor’s late May security breach, Indiana’s Family and Social Services Administration announced Friday.
To have a truly effective data security program, law firms need to consider the access that internal staff enjoys.
A Massachusetts Air National Guard member was arrested Thursday in connection with the disclosure of highly classified military documents about the Ukraine war and other top national security issues.
On March 2, the Biden administration issued its long-awaited National Cyber Strategy. The “strategy” is bold, calling for a number of initiatives and reforms to the nation’s cyber infrastructure.
State lawmakers are prioritizing multiple bills in the current legislative session that seek to increase data privacy. But Republican legislators remain reluctant to enact policy around increasingly common surveillance technology.
Indiana has blocked the Chinese-owned social media app TikTok from state devices, its technology office said Thursday.
Indiana’s attorney general on Wednesday sued Chinese-owned social media app TikTok, claiming the video-sharing platform misleads its users, particularly children, about the level of inappropriate content and security of consumer information.
You should know that your client’s trademark rights are an invaluable asset to leverage against cybercriminals engaging in the most common types of fraud that impact United States companies today.
We have all heard about it. Many of us have seen its disastrous results or been affected by it personally. There are many security tools dedicated to combatting it. But do you know how a ransomware attack really works?
The former security chief at Twitter told Congress that the social media platform is plagued by weak cyber defenses that make it vulnerable to exploitation by “teenagers, thieves and spies” and put the privacy of its users at risk. Peiter “Mudge” Zatko, a respected cybersecurity expert, appeared before the Senate Judiciary Committee to lay out his allegations Tuesday.
U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of Indiana Zachary Myers has been chosen to chair the Attorney General’s Advisory Committee’s cyber and intellectual property subcommittee, tackling issues at the intersection of law enforcement and high technology.
The national reckoning over racial inequality sparked by George Floyd’s murder two years ago has gone on behind closed doors inside America’s intelligence agencies.
Business Email Compromise scams are a type of crime where criminals hack into email accounts, pretend to be someone they’re not and fool victims into sending money where it doesn’t belong. These crimes get far less attention than the massive ransomware attacks that have triggered a powerful government response, but BEC scams have been by far the costliest type of cybercrime in the U.S. for years, according to the FBI—siphoning untold billions from the economy as authorities struggle to keep up.
While the SolarWinds hack is, at least for now, arguably the most significant known data breach, it can serve as a lesson for other companies that may experience less dire incidents.
A suspected Ukrainian hacker has been arrested and charged in the United States in connection with a string of costly ransomware attacks, including one that snarled businesses around the globe on the Fourth of July weekend, U.S. officials said Monday.
Congress provided hundreds of millions of dollars to shore up the nation’s election system against cyberattacks and other threats, but roughly two-thirds of the money remained unspent just weeks before last year’s presidential election.
The city of Westfield is once again suing Clerk-Treasurer Cindy Gossard, this time for giving an outside information technology contractor unauthorized access to the city’s computers.