Lenovo’s Hefei factory, LCFC, has been recognized as one of 18 additional sites added to the Forum’s Global Lighthouse Network.
For Cybersecurity Awareness Month, Doug Fisher explores how we need more qualified, talented people to consider cybersecurity as a career.
Tips on patching known security flaws promptly, mandating strong passwords, adding two-factor authentication for network access, and avoiding phishing attacks.
SentinelOne and Secret Double Octopus have teamed with Lenovo to bring a multi-layered approach to ransomware security and better protect enterprises.
As the world observes Data Privacy Day, we share some significant updates to our privacy programs to better protect customers.
Passwords, software updates, and identifying risks: help ensure online education experiences are as safe as they are rewarding.
Richard Rushing, Chief Information Security Officer at Motorola, breaks down the recent rise of phishing attacks and offers tips on fighting back and protecting data.
Lenovo’s Jie Yu explores how businesses can thoughtfully transition to remote work and empower employees, both during and after the COVID-19 crisis.
FIDO is working to change the nature of authentication with open standards that are more secure than passwords and Lenovo continues to play a leadership role in moving FIDO standards from development to widespread adoption.
How safe is your data? That’s the critical question that every business, organization and individual should ask themselves in today’s interconnected world.
NCSA elected Jason Ruger, Lenovo’s chief information security officer, to join its board of directors and shape a safer digital future.
To assure customers can depend on Lenovo’s supply chain, we created the Trusted Supplier Program with the goal that every supplier meets high security standards set by Lenovo’s customers.
The engineering of the latest Lenovo ThinkPad X1 products strikes a fine balance between manageability and usability with zero compromise on security.
Jason Ruger, Lenovo’s Chief Information Security Officer talks 5G and Cyber Security at this year’s National Cyber Security Alliance (NCSA) conference.