Tag: security

New Cybersecurity Regulation Poised to Reshape Business Priorities

The new U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) rules set to come into play in the spring of 2023 will force listed companies to report their cyberattacks to core stakeholders, such as investors, customers, and regulators. The 2011 interpretive guidance released by the Division of Corporation Finance was reinforced and expanded on by the SEC […]

Strategies for Effective Incident Response with Remote Employees

You may not have thought about working from home before the pandemic hit. In fact, 47% of people in the United States said they never worked remotely before COVID-19, and only 17% did so five days a week. But now, 44% of the same population work from home throughout the week. While this flexibility likely […]

How Educational Institutions Can Let Go of Hesitancies and Embrace Cybersecurity

As school systems desperately try to keep up with ever-evolving technology, one urgent area for major improvement is cybersecurity. Over the last six years, K-12 school districts have seen a significant increase in cyberattacks, with a total of 1,331 publicly disclosed K-12 cyber incidents involving more than a thousand school districts and other public education […]

Study Finds Workplace Violence and Harassment Is a Global Problem

More than one in five people (almost 23%) in employment have experienced violence and harassment at work, whether physical, psychological, or sexual, according to a new joint analysis by the U.N.’s International Labour Organization (ILO), Lloyd’s Register Foundation (LRF), and Gallup. “Experiences of Violence and Harassment at Work: A global first survey” provides a sense of […]

Five Trends Shaping Cybersecurity in 2023

As digital transformation evolves and the volume of data grows, so do opportunities for cybercriminals. Cyberattacks are projected to cost companies $10.5 trillion by 2025—up from $3 trillion a decade prior. Today’s remote workforce unveils another layer of cybersecurity concerns for companies. Increased reliance on the public cloud, the use of unsecured networks and hardware, […]

Faces of Security: Best Quotes of 2022

We at Total Security Advisor launched our “Faces of Security” profile series in December 2021, offering readers a chance to hear directly from industry insiders in both physical and cyber security. As we enter 2023 and celebrate the series’ first anniversary, let’s take a look back at some of the best advice, insights, and predictions […]

FTC Sanctions Highlight Key Considerations for Designing Security and Privacy Programs

The U.S. Federal Trade Commission (FTC) recently levied substantial sanctions against alcohol delivery platform Drizly and education services provider Chegg after what were alleged to be substantial failures in the companies’ data security and privacy efforts. According to the FTC, the failures led to security incidents adversely affecting millions of consumers. The FTC complaints list […]

SIA Releases 2023 Security Megatrends Report

The Security Industry Association (SIA) has released its annual Security Megatrends report and made it publicly available for the entire industry. Leveraging insights from independent research, surveys, focus groups, and top sessions at the Securing New Ground (SNG) conference, Security Megatrends provides an industry forecast and breaks down the top 10 trends that will impact you and […]

TSA Highlights Bomb-Sniffing Canines with 2023 Calendar

The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) released its annual calendar honoring the agency’s more than 1,000 explosives detection canines working in the United States. TSA’s 2022 Cutest Canine Contest winner, Eebbers, is featured on the cover of the 2023 TSA Canine Calendar. TSA uses canines as part of its multi-layered security operations nationwide. These highly skilled dogs are trained to […]

The Changing Threat Landscape of Cyber Risk

Our latest Allianz risk report looks at today’s cyber risk landscape and the emerging threats posed by the growing reliance on cloud services, an evolving third-party liability landscape that means higher compensation and penalties, as well as the impact of a shortage of cybersecurity professionals. We found that ransomware and phishing scams are as active […]