Whether intentional or not, software features have the potential to leak sensitive information, corrupt data or reduce system availability. The National Institute of Standards and Technology's latest guidance aims to help organizations minimize vulnerabilities.
Insider fraud schemes at three banks in Minnesota, Texas and California illustrate just how difficult it is for institutions to thwart inside jobs. So what steps should banks take to mitigate their risk?
Today's malware threats are designed to quietly and slowly spread to other hosts, gathering information over extended periods of time that leads to exfiltration of sensitive data and creates havoc. Here's what NIST says organizations should do.
At a time when information security sees record growth - in every sector, there are more open positions than professionals to fill them - ISMG's new Job Board offers new resources to job seekers and employers alike.
Programs from Carnegie Mellon and the University of Maryland come at a time when organizations not only can't find enough IT security professionals to hire to meet their needs, but often lack the leadership to oversee IT security initiatives.
Aleksandr Suvorov, linked to Heartland Payment Systems hacker Albert Gonzalez, was sentenced for his role in schemes involving Dave & Buster's restaurants and more than 240,000 stolen credit card numbers.
Financial losses linked to ACH/wire fraud are down, but attacks are increasing. What contributes to that decline in losses, and where can banking institutions still improve their online fraud prevention?
Organizations using semantics and big data tools are creating a new position called data scientist to help uncover fraud and identify undetected vulnerabilities. Here are profiles of three leaders who have embraced this role.