It’s 2018, and companies are still fighting governments over how to handle data breaches. Verizon just lost a bid to stop users from suing it over several data breaches at its Yahoo! online property. The state of Pennsylvania sued Uber for waiting over a year to tell customers that their personal information had been compromised, […]Read more
Each year, the guardians of the English language over at Merriam-Webster must accommodate new words in a changing world. We revel at the thought of conservative editors sitting in a dusty office, wincing as they write up the definitions for ‘humblebrag’, ‘woo-woo’, ‘binge-watch’ and ‘photobomb’. In 2018, we think it’s time they added another: ‘breach […]Read more
The cybersecurity industry is on fire. As attackers innovate, defenders are relying on new technologies to given them an advantage. What technologies are most promising in the battle to protect our networks and data? SecTor asked several of its experts. People were most fired up about artificial intelligence and its subset, machine learning. Machine learning […]Read more
2018 is here, and it’s time to take stock and look for areas of self-improvement. That goes not just for companies looking at their own security, but also for vendors tackling the cybersecurity market in 2018. SecTor asked its team of experts what single thing they thought the cybersecurity industry could be doing better in […]Read more
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