Verizon continues to deliver strong financial and operational results in highly competitive markets while positioning itself for future growth.
Verizon has announced that it will redeem all of the outstanding Notes and terminate listing on the Taipei Exchange.
In a call with investors on July 26, Chairman and CEO Lowell McAdam offered the following context about Verizon’s strategy.
Verizon released its Transparency Report for the first half of 2016, showing it received 135,000 demands for customer information from United States law enforcement.
A staggering 63 percent of confirmed breaches investigated in our 2016 Data Breach Investigations Report (DBIR) derived from weak, default or stolen passwords.
Verizon’s 2016 Data Breach Investigations Report revealed financial gain as one of the top motivators for cyberthieves.
Despite advances in cyber-detection, many organizations are still not implementing comprehensive security strategies.
This year's report highlights repeating themes from prior year's findings and storylines that continue to play off of human nature.
Verizon today reported a more than 100 percent increase in the number of suspected incidents of sabotage.
Cybercriminals continue to exploit human nature as they rely on attack patterns such as phishing, and increase their reliance on ransomware.