Posts Tagged ‘Cybersecurity’

FICO Doubles the Power of Cybersecurity Score to Predict Breaches

Fair Isaac, the company that brings us the FICO Score, is making strides to predict when organizations are vulnerable to cyber-attack. It’s about time.

The recent Equifax breach is on everyone’s mind. People want to know how one of the “Big Three” consumer credit bureaus could have…

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Smarty-Pants Kids

Who handles digital security in your home. Nationwide, kids seem to think they do, while parents have other ideas.

According to second annual National Cyber Security Alliance survey parents and teens both think they are most knowledgeable about cybersecurity and privacy in their household.

Thirty-four percent of teens indicate…

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American Wants Better Cyber Security, Accenture Finds

More than three-quarters of U.S. citizens (79 percent) are concerned about the privacy and security of their personal digital data, and almost two-thirds (63 percent) say they would feel more confident if the government agencies and service providers with which they interact had stronger data-privacy and…

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There’s No Need to Trade Celibacy for Cybersecurity

An alarming new report finds that nearly 40 percent of Americans would give up sex for a year if it meant never having to worry about being hacked. Fortunately, there are less drastic ways of achieving security.

The study, from online identity and password management Dashlane, is based on a…

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