The Federal Trade Commission is sending 14,521 checks totaling more than $822,000 to borrowers who lost money to a student loan debt-relief scheme that operated under the name Student Advocates. Read more…

While women make up 24% of the cybersecurity workforce, they only hold 10% of leadership positions, according to results from the 2022 Global Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) Survey from Read more…

The U.S. Department of Energy will allocate $45 million to protect the electric grid from cyberattacks.

In 2021, the ITRC received the highest number of contacts in its history about identity crimes and requests for assistance to prevent identity misuse.

Law enforcement and public safety leader Michael “Mike” Register has been named the new Director of the Georgia Bureau of Investigation.

On 11 August 2022, the Cybersecurity Tech Accord was honoured to accept an invitation to deliver a presentation during the session of the UN Conference on Disarmament that took place Read more…

Organizations looking to expand their cloud adoption can incorporate zero trust principles to manage identity and access across their network.

Young security professionals can win scholarships of up to $3,000 for security training and education, certification programs, industry events and more from the Security Industry Association (SIA).

Software Bill of Materials (SBOM) are a critical tool in protecting enterprise and government organizations from software supply chain security threats.

Ensure safety and security, business continuity and more with three simple emergency preparedness tips.

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