By Mark Amtower Apr 18, 2017
Stories about insider threats pop up with alarming frequency. When I searched for that term on FCW.com, there were literally 1,000+ results, several within the last couple weeks. The problem is so prevalent that the General Services Administration issued a Schedule 70 special item number for Continuous Diagnostics and
By Dr Jamie Graves Founder and CEO ZoneFox Follow @zonefox
From a disgruntled employee looking to destroy IP, or an opportunist looking to make money by selling data, all the way to a security-naïve worker that might unwittingly let criminals into your network without knowing it, there are dozens of factors that can influence the kind of
By Mark Weiner firstname.lastname@example.org
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on April 25, 2017 at 7:08 PM, updated April 25, 2017 at 7:11 PM
WASHINGTON -- The House of Representatives on Tuesday unanimously passed Rep. John Katko's bill aimed at closing security loopholes that have been exploited by some employees at U.S. airports.
The legislation authored by Katko, R-Camillus, requires the
It's 2017, and opening a simple MS Word file could compromise your system.
Security researchers are warning of a new in-the-wild attack that silently installs malware on fully-patched computers by exploiting a serious — and yet unpatched — zero-day vulnerability in all current versions of Microsoft Office on fully-patched PCs.
The Microsoft Office zero-day attack, uncovered