Learn how to help keep your business secure with this newsletter. This month, we’re highlighting upcoming webinars and events, how cybercriminals are bypassing multi-factor authentication with a new phishing attack, six cybersecurity questions you should ask before choosing business technology solutions and more.
Legislative efforts take time; so what can you do to better protect your online information now? Here are some good privacy practices you can take today...
Recently, security experts have shared warnings about a new type of hack that bypasses two-factor authentication (2FA). In order to learn more about how this threat occurs and what you can do about it, NCSA spoke with Tonia Dudley, Director, Security Solution Advisor at Cofense and NCSA board member.
While having family fun is the summer vacation goal, the National Cyber Security Alliance also urges travelers to be cyber safe while away from home by following some simple practices to help keep your devices safe and your vacation plans from going awry.
Both Quest Diagnostics and Laboratory Corporation of America Holdings (LabCorp) announced related data breaches that may impact up to 20 million customers who used their services between August 1, 2018 and March 30, 2019. The National Cyber Security Alliance (NCSA) recommends that employers and IT teams take the following steps to secure their business and work with third-parties and vendors to secure their customers’ data....
What does it mean for your data and device if it becomes infected with a computer virus, what damage can it do and how can you prevent it?
Street smart rules can keep us safe because they encourage a mindset of healthy caution, especially as we enter our adult lives. But many of us received little-to-no education about online safety. As our world becomes more connected and moves online, we encounter serious cyber threats more frequently.
Industry and Government Experts Discuss Incident Response at NCSA and Nasdaq Cybersecurity Summit at the Nasdaq MarketSite
On April 17, the National Cyber Security Alliance (NCSA) partnered with Nasdaq to host its spring Cybersecurity Summit at the Nasdaq MarketSite in Times Square. Experts from industry, government and the nonprofit sector convened to highlight overlooked approaches – from adapting response plans to building communications protocols – in order to reduce uncertainty and recover beyond IT.
When you are sprucing up your home this spring, the National Cyber Security Alliance (NCSA) and the Better Business Bureau (BBB) encourage everyone take a few minutes to tend to your digital life and safeguard your personal information with these Take-Action Tips.
Alongside the gift of technological convenience come cyber threats. Ask any member of the information technology community and you will hear countless stories of spikes in data breaches in recent years. These global, digital attacks have forced homes and companies to increase vigilance when it comes to cybersecurity and their activities online.