Advanced Persistent Threats (APTs) are the greatest concern for 614 US-based security experts, according to a recent survey by the Ponemon Institute.
A recent report from Raytheon, entitled Securing Our Future: Closing the Cyber Talent Gap shows that companies around the globe are having trouble finding “well-qualified young adults” to fill the cybersecurity gap. The report is based on a survey of almost 4000 young adults, aged 18-26, from around the world.
Just when you thought dealing with cybercrime couldn’t get more expensive and complex, another industry is looking to nudge its way in: insurance companies.
A journalist facing heavy jail time for his part in the Anonymous LA Times’ hack is a strong reminder for organisations to review and improve their security postures.