Featured Articles

  1. OIG Finds 129 Medicare Security Gaps

    The OIG, the nation’s largest office dedicated to combatting waste and fraud within HHS programs, has released its review of Medicare contractors for fiscal year 2014. While some improvements were found, overall, most contractors have room for growth.

  2. Arm Your Payments Clients With DDoS Attack Protection

    Eight out of 10 companies that adopted IoT suffered DDoS attacks.

  3. 3D Printing’s Enormous Potential

    From the military to space and beyond, 3D printing is on the rise.

  4. Newport Is Branded New Jersey’s First ‘Smart City’

    The 111 TSP communications infrastructure connects commercial buildings with datacenter hub.

  5. Do New NIST Standards Mean A New Day For Healthcare Encryption?

    A new set of cryptographic standards released by the NIST could impact practices around healthcare data encryption.

  6. Report Highlights Vital Role Of Supercomputing For American Future

    The U.S. risks being surpassed by China, Japan, and EU in supercomputing race.

  7. POS Shipments Accelerated In EMEA Last Year

    New research finds a 5.2 percent increase over 2014 levels.

  8. Is Fingerprinting Next For Credit Card Security?

    Miniature fingerprint scanners inside credit cards could satisfy bank concerns about card fraud.

  9. Webroot 2016 Threat Briefing Webinar

    2015 was another record year for cybercrime, during which more malware and malicious IPs, websites, and mobile apps were discovered than in any previous year. It will come as no surprise that the cybercrime ecosystem continues to thrive, given new innovations and little in the way of risk for those who choose to participate. At Webroot, we believe it is possible to effectively protect enterprises and users, but only by understanding your adversary and the techniques they employ for their attacks.

  10. Healthcare Organizations Still Trust Slow-Moving Compliance Regulations Despite Risk

    The regulatory environment in healthcare is becoming increasingly complex, but healthcare organizations are still managing to keep up. Unsurprisingly, this has created an environment where compliance with regulations frequently takes precedence over actual security.