In its annual threat assessment Canadian security provider eSentire says attackers will increasingly share techniques
Logs apparently from one gang suggest a recent ransomware attack netted attackers passwords to a wide range of Internet services used by employees, not just corporate servers.
The start of the new year is a time when system administrators need to think about applications reaching end of life. Admins should know by now that support for Windows 7 ends Jan. 14, as well as some versions of Windows 10.
Infosec pros in North America and Europe are being warned of a new ransomware strain.
Businesses and educational institutions around the world that use the TrueDialog SMS bulk texting service are scrambling to assess the potential damage to their communications after news that security researchers discovered a huge database of unprotected messages from the Texas-based provider.
The state of cybersecurity in advanced Canadian manufacturing and critical infrastructure firms leaves a lot to be desired if a survey conducted earlier this year is representative.
The concept would prevent a vendor from avoiding to work with municipalities that give unfavourable security assessments and sell to others who don’t know about the weaknesses.
The federal government on Monday launched the long-awaited cybersecurity certification for small and mid-sized businesses in hopes of increasing the attention SMBs pay to cybersecurity as well as increasing the confidence of online shoppers who buy from Canadian sites.
Just over a year after announcing an updated federal cybersecurity strategy, Ottawa has revealed how it will be implemented.
IT security experts say they still come across business leaders in Canada who don’t believe their organization…
The price of security incidents in organizations in 11 countries jumped an average of 12 per cent last year, according to a new study.
Canadian organizations are increasingly moving data and workloads to the cloud. But if a recently-released study is representative, the leading firms in this movement are among the least secure.
Small and mid-sized companies face a dilemma when it comes to cyber security: If they can’t afford full-time infosec experts to effectively defend themselves, what and how much can they afford to do?
Canada faced the second biggest increase in malware attacks last year among customers according to corporate security vendor SonicWall.
Some takeaways for business partners from the RSA Conference in San Francisco.