If your organization is like many in a recent study, you might struggle to answer that question. That’s because many organizations do not attempt to demonstrate a return on investment (ROI) for their ethics and compliance training program.
With headlines about data breaches, ransomware, viruses, and other cyberthreats becoming routine, it seems no one is immune, especially now with the rise of the “internet of things”—all those devices capable of accessing the internet and collecting and exchanging data. Today’s malicious hackers have no shortage of opportunities to wreak havoc. Such a pervasive and […]
Anthem Inc. agreed to pay $115 million, and take specified corrective actions, to settle a consolidated class action that resulted from the massive cyberattack suffered by the health insurer.
A new report on cybersecurity has found that when it comes to cyber threats and attacks, companies are shifting from a technology focus and a defensive mindset to process improvement and a proactive approach.
The U.S. House and Senate have both passed versions of a cybersecurity bill that would enable companies to voluntarily share information on cyberattacks. The likelihood that some form of the measure will soon become law means employers need to consider whether or how they should participate. The Senate passed the Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act on […]