Evolving methods. Server-side attacks. Increasing use of encryption to evade detection. These are just some of the threats firms are facing now. But things are about to get even worse, Cisco says.
A common way hackers penetrate networks is by stealing the credentials of legitimate users. A new IBM app helps firms determine if employee credentials have been compromised.
If you're using a cheap wireless keyboard, you could be opening yourself up to a remote attack capable of intercepting your most sensitive data, according to cybersecurity company Bastille.
President Barack Obama's decision to identify Russia as almost certainly the culprit in hacking the DNC fits his administration's penchant for openly blaming foreign governments for break-ins.
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