For the beleaguered password management company LastPass, the hits just keep on coming. On Monday, the tech publication Security Week reported that last year’s security breach at LastPass was even scarier than it seemed.
Sahan Journal: Minneapolis Public Schools acknowledges ‘threat actors’ could have accessed district data. Here’s what you need to know to protect yourself
The district’s parents, students, and staff should change their passwords, watch for suspicious emails, and use multi-factor authentication, says a national cyber security expert.
Joining us this week is Jennifer Cook, Senior Director of Marketing at the National Cybersecurity Alliance and we discuss all the hot and trending online scams facing consumers today.
The White House Readout: Office of National Cyber Director Hosts Roundtable on “The State of Cybersecurity in the Black Community”
In celebration of Black History Month, Acting National Cyber Director Kemba Walden hosted a roundtable today at the White House entitled “The State of Cybersecurity in the Black Community.” Guests from the cybersecurity ecosystem, including non-profits, academia, the private sector, government, and community advocates, discussed access to good-paying jobs, growth of small, disadvantaged businesses, and…
Recently, VentureBeat conducted a Q&A with Lisa Plaggemier, executive director at the National Cybersecurity Alliance (NCA), a former international marketer at Ford Motor Company and an ex-director of security, culture, risk and client advocacy for CDK Global, to discuss the top risks facing enterprise data in 2023 and beyond.
Each year at the end of January, internet users are deluged with advice on how to keep their data protected and reclaim their online privacy. What started as Data Privacy Day has now become a Week, to match our increasing dependency on the internet and help us navigate treacherous online privacy waters.
We examine why big tech companies and the US government are teaming up to recruit students attending historically Black colleges and universities for cybersecurity careers, and offer tips for creating your own mentoring program.
Tom’s Guide: Don’t get burned this Valentine’s Day — these are the scams to look out forTom’s Guide:
Valentine’s Day scams can do a lot more damage than a broken heart.
Love is in the air — and it’s also the time of year when federal agencies and cyber experts are warning consumers about crimes like romance scams, a type of digital swindling where crooks pose as love interests to seduce cash away from their victims.