One of the key lessons offered at ISMG's Fraud & Breach Prevention Summit, held June 12-13 in Bengaluru, was the need for security practitioners to have a better perception of threats and risks so they can build successful detection and defense mechanisms.
The anti-Kaspersky Lab rhetoric continues to heat up, with the European Parliament passing a motion that brands the Moscow-based firm's software as being "confirmed as malicious." In response, Kaspersky Lab has halted all work with European institutions, including Europol, pending clarification.
The Department of Homeland Security has issued two more alerts about cyber vulnerabilities in certain medical devices. The stream of recent advisories is helping to draw more attention to the importance of addressing device security. But healthcare providers face the challenge of tracking and mitigating all risks.
ISMG's Fraud and Breach Prevention Summit in Bengaluru on June 12 and 13 will offer insights from leading CISOs and other experts on hot topics, including artificial intelligence, endpoint detection and response, blockchain and GDPR compliance.
Identity management is becoming increasingly important in this era where massive data breaches and credential harvesting are a regular occurrence. To make matters worse, mobility and cloud have increased the attack surface. Businesses that have unreasonable expectations from users on access hygiene and rely on...
Experian is transforming from a credit reporting agency to a customer-driven data services company, and at the heart of all its services lies the need for secure, user-friendly authentication at every stage of the employee and customer experience. That's no small task, and they had to start with an established...
File-less malware is a huge security challenge for organizations today, and traditional email security controls aren't sufficient to meet the challenge. It's time for a new approach email security.
The big issue is: The malicious payloads shift so much. It's really easy to do 100 variants of the same malicious...
Large data breaches make headlines, trigger stock price slips and often lead to executives getting fired. But security consultant Eric Pinkerton's study of breached businesses - including Ashley Madison, Equifax and Uber - finds that many organizations not only recover from breaches, but end up thriving.
Businesses spend billions each year on identity and access management, but almost all of this money is spent on protecting the digital identities of humans - usernames and passwords.
On the other hand, businesses spend almost nothing on protecting machine identities, even though our entire digital economy hinges...
The Ashley Madison breach of 2015 quickly became one the most famous of the high-profile hacks. Three years later, CISO Matthew Maglieri discusses the breach recovery and what he refers to as "cybersecurity in a world of discretion."
The likelihood of encountering a sophisticated cyberattack is much higher than ever before - especially with the leak of government-grade hack tools in the public domain, says Dan Larson of CrowdStrike, who discusses the latest threat research.
Too many organizations believe in the fallacy that firewalls are keeping the bad guys out, when in reality, bad actors likely are already within their environments, says Bill Mann at Centrify, who calls for a "zero trust" approach.
Organizations too often prioritize data breach prevention at the expense of data breach response - or vice versa, depending on current fashion - when an emphasis on both remains mandatory, warns Art Coviello, the retired chairman of RSA.