One year after Sally Beauty Supply revealed that a network breach compromised payment card data and exposed 25,000 records, the company says it is investigating new breach reports. Did it fail to eradicate the original intrusion?
Is there a governance structure that can protect your network and customer data against future attacks? Oman Insurance's Bhatia discusses how security and business alignment is critical to data security.
The Federal Aviation Administration has failed to integrate cybersecurity fully in its Next Generation Air Transportation Systems, as well as the current National Airspace System, a new federal report says.
The House Judiciary Committee, in passing a tailored bill to end the NSA's bulk collection program of phone records, rejected amendments to expand privacy reforms to other government surveillance initiatives.
In developing markets such as Asia and the Middle East, how can security practitioners best prepare themselves to tackle the rapidly-changing threat landscape? Resilience is the key, says security leader Bruce Schneier.
Laws rarely, if ever, keep up with technology, but even if they could, the consequences could prove more harmful than the benefits. That was evident at a House hearing that addressed default encryption of mobile devices.
As the Gulf Information Security Expo & Conference enters its third year, event director Ayusha Tyagi discusses the event's heritage, objectives and key themes to be explored by security professionals this year.
As organizations increasingly focus on securing critical data, they mustn't overlook one huge vulnerability: enterprise email. Steven Malone of Mimecast discusses the latest in unified email management.
Malaysia's cybersecurity chief believes awareness is vital to establish security readiness to stay ahead of threats. Dr. Wahab's agenda includes developing security centers of excellence to fight threats.
What will it take for the security leaders of 2020 to be the true guardians of their enterprises? Daniel Lohrmann shares insight in a keynote address from the Gulf Information Security conference in Dubai.
A report that Russian hackers read President Obama's email correspondence raises further questions about White House cybersecurity, say IT security experts, who offer insights on protecting White House systems.