SecurityScorecard Wins Coveted Innovation Award SecurityScorecard was recently named a top 16 winner from SINET, the Security Innovation Network. SINET chose SecurityScorecard as one of the winners out of over a hundred security companies. SecurityScorecard is one of the youngest companies on the winning roster. Our CEO and Co-founder, Dr. Aleksandr Yampolskiy, is presenting today … ContinuedRead More
SecurityScorecard Releases First Major Research Report for 2015 Update: Although a major portion of Dridex has been taken down recently by the FBI, researchers are reminding organizations that there is an underground economy for botnets that offer this level of stealth. There is little doubt that Dridex, and new versions of it, are being circulated. “Think … ContinuedRead More
We Monitor Hacker Chatter in Our Platform Our Chief of Research, Alex Heid, was interviewed yesterday by Business Insider on the LastPass breach that the company announced earlier in the week. Heid told the business website that there is evidence that LastPass had been probed by a hacker over two years ago in September of 2013. … ContinuedRead More
If you haven’t downloaded the latest Ponemon Institute report on the cost of data breaches, well, you might want it… Is that a yawn? A groan from data theft marketing fatigue and breach boredom? We get it. Talking about the financial impact of data breaches isn’t nearly as cool as dissecting hacks (ahem, Adult Friend Finder and … ContinuedRead More
By DEBORAH GAGE When Aleksandr Yampolskiy headed security and compliance for Gilt Groupe Inc., a members-only online shopping site, he said he would lie awake at night worrying. Even if he had done a good job protecting his own company by investing in vulnerability scanners and other tools, “I felt like I could lose my job … ContinuedRead More
Download 2016 Biggest Holiday Retailers Cybersecurity Report
Find out the names of the 10 biggest holiday retailers with the best security posture in 2016. From April 2016 to October 2016, SecurityScorecard analyzed the security posture of the 48 'Biggest Holiday Retailers' to find the most prevalent security vulnerabilities and compliance issues.