Ransomware continues to sting numerous organizations, and the problem only seems to be getting worse. More than ever, the onus is on potential victims to ensure they have essential defenses in place - and if possible, to proactively hunt for attackers who may already be inside their network.
The Senate Intelligence Committee's hearing about the supply chain attack that affected SolarWinds and dozens of other companies and federal agencies answered some questions about what went wrong but also raised four key issues.
Did you know the average annual cost for insider threats is now $11.45M, according to Ponemon Institute? It’s a growing problem as remote teams become the new work reality.
How do you reduce such costs for your organization? Can you get positive ROI from insider threat management (ITM) technology? The Enterprise...
Following the hacking of a Florida water treatment plant, CISA is warning the operators of other plants to be on the lookout for hackers who exploit remote access software and outdated operating systems - and to take risk mitigation steps. The advice applies to other organizations as well, some security experts say.
As the investigation into the hacking of a water treatment facility in Florida continues, cybersecurity experts say the incident points to the urgent need to enhance operational technology security. Here are five key questions the incident raises.
The physical breach of the U.S. Capitol by a violent mob, members of which allegedly accessed lawmakers' systems and stole devices, offers cybersecurity professional lessons to learn on authentication, encryption and more, says cybersecurity expert Brian Honan.
Cybersecurity is a legitimate - and significant - business risk, and it's time to frame the topic appropriately, says Robert Hill, CEO of Cyturus. He shares insight on how to discuss cyber risk appropriately with C-level leadership and the board of directors.
The COVID-19 pandemic has had a global impact on lives and businesses.
Expanded use of video conferencing and online services has enabled remote
workforces to continue operations. However, the need to quickly respond and
adapt to the situation may have caused some organizations to overlook security
With COVID-19 as a backdrop and 5G on the horizon, what will be 2021's top issues in identifying, protecting and defending against attacks across a dramatically expanded threat landscape? This latest CEO/CISO panel addresses the challenges of the new year.
Newly updated Food and Drug Administration guidelines will help experts to more accurately score and communicate the criticality of security vulnerabilities identified in medical devices, says Elad Luz, head of security research at CyberMDX.
COVID-19 infections are hitting new daily highs in the U.S., and some European countries are re-imposing restrictions. Plus, the flu season is just around the corner. "We're in a bad place," says pandemic expert Regina Phelps, who shares insights on pandemic trends and response.
As organizations have navigated their way through return to office scenarios, there are a number of new employee expectations and employer considerations to think through. Rather than only focusing on the point-in-time circumstances of "secure work-from-home" operations, many organizations are considering a proactive...
E-Signatures are a key component in the digitization process of financial institutions. As of July 2016, the eIDAS regulation facilitates cross-border recognition of e-signatures and e-identities.
What types of e-signatures are best to use, and which ones are legally effective and admissible?
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