IBM has bought a startup founded by a longtime security leader in the Israeli Prime Minister's Office to ensure personal identifiable information isn't left unprotected. The deal will ensure sensitive data isn't exposed in public cloud data stores or SaaS apps like Slack, SharePoint or Office 365.
Yigal Unna, former DG, National Cyber Directorate, Israel, emphasized the importance of continued collaboration between defenders and the formation of a Global Cyber Cabinet consisting of more than 20 national CISOs from leading countries working to dismantle cybercrime syndicates.
The "shift left" movement puts "unrealistic" expectations on developers, said Gayatri Prakash, vice president and general manager of compliance at CloudBees. She said installing new tools to manage various parts of the SDLC is not necessarily "going to solve our problem for security."
In the latest weekly update, ISMG editors discuss how the Feds have dismembered Russia's 'Snake' cyberespionage operation; the ongoing debate over privacy laws and regulations in the APAC region; and why more companies are banning the use of generative AI tool ChatGPT.
A hacker made $34 million from MEV bot attacks, NYDFS penalized Bitflyer for lax cybersecurity, Ishan Wahi was sentenced in the Coinbase insider trading case, the IRS is training Ukraine in blockchain forensics and the New York AG proposed a crypto cybersecurity bill.
Akamai will shrink its workforce by 3% as its shifts resources from its shrinking content delivery business to growth areas in cloud computing and security. The company will shrink its 9,960-person staff by 299 positions as it looks to sustain its profitability levels despite economic headwinds.
The cybersecurity industry is undergoing profound and rapid change, said John Chambers, the visionary former CEO of Cisco Systems who has turned venture capitalist and predicts the market will soon demand an outcome-focused architecture - not products - to underpin next-generation tech.
A U.S. federal appeals court sided with a company that simulates iPhones for security researchers after Apple sued, claiming copyright infringement. The court dismissed a claim that the company had infringed its copyright over iOS and remanded two other claims related to icons and wallpapers.
What are the challenges facing the U.S. financial sector as it continues its enthusiastic embrace of cloud-based technology? Department of the Treasury Deputy Assistant Secretary Todd Conklin said the agency has been "doing the best we can to secure cloud" as firms increasingly adopt it.
As Bugcrowd helps OpenAI keep pace with the inevitable cybersecurity risks amid the massive popularity of its applications, the bug bounty firm's CEO discusses the unique elements of finding vulnerabilities in OpenAI, its impact and the journey so far.
Most healthcare workers don't check security protocols before trying out new generative AI tools such as ChatGPT, putting patient and other sensitive data at risk, said Sean Kennedy of software vendor Salesforce, which recently conducted research on potential security gaps in healthcare settings.
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Real estate is catching up with technology but has a long way to go in terms of innovation, said Arvind Singh, chief technology officer and executive vice president of IT for Puravankara Group. Singh shared how to select the right security tools and protect the data of real estate customers.
Researchers found Android malware masquerading as a legitimate application available and downloaded over 620,000 times from the Google Play store. The apps have been active since 2022, posing as legitimate photo-editing apps, camera editors and smartphone wallpaper packs.
Everyone needs to have a security-first mindset for identity because as much as it is a defender's shield, it is also an attacker's target, said Rohit Ghai, CEO at RSA. In fact, identities are the most attacked part of enterprises, yet too little energy is spent on monitoring them.