Cybersecurity is a term that sums up a number of activities, procedures and technologies that are used to maintain the protection of computer systems, private data that is stored in digital form, along with hardware and software. There are a lot of various measures that fit in cybersecurity’s definition. Cybersecurity measures include firewalls, cryptography, intrusion detection systems, special design with additional protection and other ways of security control. Cybersecurity companies provide services for both business and domestic use in different forms and approaches. Cybersecurity became an international field of study relatively recently. Cybersecurity certificates are earned by specialists who were taught in universities and various training courses to show proof of their qualifications. The recent outburst of cryptocurrencies and blockchain technologies gave a large boost to the development of cybersecurity.
“Are you able to imagine all the possible consequences that can occur to you and your loved ones?” said the scammer.
Ledger owners report chilling threats after 20K more records leaked
The Association of Russian Banks is worried about regulators being unable to track illicit transactions of an offline-enabled digital ruble.
Digital ruble could be still vulnerable to fraud, Russian banks warn
The Redditor attempted to transfer a wallet to a new computer without confirming the password to the private keys was accessible.
Bitcoiner loses almost $100K of BTC in wallet transfer bungle
A cybersecurity expert claimed the affected users would be targeted online and in person now that their personal information had been made public.
Ledger users threaten legal action after hacker dumps personal data
"Secret Tokens combine the programmability of ERC-20s with the privacy of coins like Zcash or Monero.”
'Secret' bridge turns ERC-20 tokens into privacy coins
New technology also means new responsibilities. Security is key in the digital age.
Today's clients demand that banks show cybersecurity chops, says JPMorgan leader
The DocuSign CEO estimates the cost of providing the firm’s e-signature and digital identity services are 13X higher using blockchain technology.
Blockchain tech 13X 'too expensive' to justify use: DocuSign CEO