With the spread of COVID-19 around the whole world, lives are being lost and economies are taking a devastating hit. Therefore, it is also having residual effects on the cybersecurity landscape.
A number of different companies are required to be compliant with the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA). It is not just for healthcare companies; HIPAA compliance is required by any corporation or organization that has any access to patient information.
Topics: HIPAA Compliance
Microsoft is expected to release its new Xbox Series X gaming console in November 2020. However, hackers are trying to release its graphics source code early.
Ransomware is one of the most prevalent and dangerous types of malware. According to a recent SentinelOne survey, 48% of organizations had been hit by a ransomware attack in the last 12 months, with the average company being victimized six times!
The world is in turmoil right now. As the coronavirus pandemic ramps up, affecting all of us, hackers and scam artists also ramp up, exploiting the fears of people around the globe.
By now, you should know why your organization needs to conduct a penetration test (if not, read why here). But have you considered how often your organization needs to conduct a pen test? With data breaches on the rise and the ever-changing methods criminals are using to conduct cyber-attacks, having regularly scheduled penetration testing is necessary.