The now infamous DNC computer network hack of 2016 is a poster child for what can go wrong with information security even at government levels. Security companies including CrowdStrike, which performed the forensic autopsy on the DNC systems have all but proven that Russian APTs/nation-state hackers were responsible for the lengthy breach and siphoning off confidential communications and competitive intelligence about the campaign.
Do mandatory data breach disclosure laws go far enough? Or are they protecting the guilty at the expense of the innocent?
There's no evidence that any real damage was done in a defacement of the Linux distro's website -- but even a "small" hack on an operating system site is cause for concern.
Learn from industry experts in a two part webcast of Microsoft's Modern Workplace series about methods to evaluate your organizations risk for threats and how to protect your companies network and data.
So many of the serious security flaws we see in software today are as a result of simple human error. Training people makes a fundamental difference when it comes to protecting our online systems.