71 percent of UK organisations would rate their cyber resilience as low today, underlining a lack of preparedness to handle cyberattacks by the majority of UK organisations, according to a new study by the Ponemon Institute.
As scrutiny of well-known financial services firms’ security practices continues to make news, the SEC has chosen to turn its attention to risks facing a certain subset of the industry — registered broker-dealers and investment advisers — who according to public reports, continue to face cybersecurity breaches related to weaknesses in basic controls.
The race to drive competitive advantage and improved efficiency through better use of information assets is leading to a sharp rise in the number of chief data officers (CDOs).
Glasswall Solutions issued its top five predictions for 2016.
Corporate risks disclosed by public companies in SEC filings often are generic and do not provide investors with clear, concise and insightful information that is company-specific.
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