Australia's Parliament has passed new laws enabling it to compel technology companies to break their own encryption. Although the government argued the laws are needed to combat criminal activity and terrorism, opponents argued the powers could creep beyond their scope and weaken the security of all software.
What's the outlook for moving from awareness to action when it comes to medical device cybersecurity? Dale Nordenberg, M.D., executive director of the Medical Device Innovation, Safety and Security Consortium, offers an assessment.
Multifactor authentication and privilege-based controls are among the forms of identity and access management that can help security leaders address key vulnerabilities in their organizations, says Charanjit Singh Sodhi of Normura Wholesale, who offers advice.
Understanding where data is stored so it can be protected, overcoming security misconfiguration and improving vendor management diligence are three top challenges for healthcare organizations, says Chris Bowen of ClearDATA.
An update on the hacking of email accounts of four senior aides within the National Republican Congressional Committee leads the latest edition of the ISMG Security Report. Also featured: An analysis of when the first major fines for violations of the EU's GDPR could be issued.
A batch of documents meant to be kept under court seal lays bare Facebook's strategic brokering of access to user data to reward partners and punish potential rivals. The material also demonstrates Facebook's views at the time on privacy and the risks of leaking data.
What are three burning questions regarding legal and compliance issues that enterprise security leaders should ponder as they head into 2019? Ed Amoroso, former CISO of AT&T and current CEO of TAG Cyber, outlines the questions and possible answers.
How does an organization measure cybersecurity success? For too many, it's simply the absence of a breach. But Diwakar Dayal of Tenable proposes ways to measure a cybersecurity posture, benchmark it against peers and use the metrics to create a report card and reduce cyber risk.
Enforcement of the European Union's General Data Protection Regulation began May 25. What has happened since then? And how has the privacy dialogue evolved in the U.S.? Attorney Jay Kramer shares insights on how organizations are now approaching privacy.
Hampered by insufficient tools and skills, many organizations are now investing in managed detection and response solutions. What questions should they ask when selecting a partner? Sharda Tickoo of Trend Micro shares insights.
Thousands of emails from four senior aides within the National Republican Congressional Committee were exposed after their accounts were compromised for several months earlier this year, Politico reports. Few details have been released about the incident, which was investigated by Crowdstrike.
The healthcare sector is making progress in moving from a reactive to a proactive approach to cybersecurity as it learns lessons from other sectors, including financial services, says Greg Garcia, executive director for cybersecurity at the Healthcare and Public Health Sector Coordinating Council.
To combat cyberattacks, more nations must not only hold nation-state attackers accountable, but also better cooperate by backing each other's attribution, said Estonian politician Marina Kaljurand, who chairs the Global Commission on the Stability of Cyberspace, in her opening keynote speech at Black Hat Europe 2018.