From a cybersecurity standpoint – the first quarter of 2019 was very bad for businesses and local governments, schools, etc.
The U.S. government plans to launch a program in roughly one month that narrowly focuses on protecting voter registration databases
We broke the news NotPetya caused $10 billion dollars of damage – we scoured SEC filings and news reports to
This past may we broke the news SecurityScorecard released (PDF) election cybersecurity rankings of numerous nations – at the time
We were very early to break the news on Twitter regarding the Capital One breach. This is one of the
As cryptocurrency grows in popularity and users utilize phone numbers as a way to authenticate one-another, the perils are great
Russia has been responsible for probing and hacking U.S. industrial control systems and recently, the U.S. attacked Russia’s systems in retaliation. We have long-since warned companies
Over the last 18 months, election-security advocates have been pushing for new legislation shoring up the nation’s election infrastructure. Election-security reform