The adoption of "unconventional" security controls that are risk-driven can help organizations adapt to the changing cyberthreat landscape, says Jim Routh, chief security officer at health insurer Aetna.
A group of Russian-speaking hackers over the past year-and-a-half has stolen nearly $10 million from banks, mostly in the United States, Britain and Russia, the Moscow-based, according to cybersecurity firm Group-IB.
Even the most well-intentioned employees risk leaking sensitive data or inadvertently letting in malware that can wreak havoc on your network and systems.
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With the rise in ransomware attacks targeting healthcare organizations, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) has issued a guidance document that explains the basics of ransomware, what organizations should do in the event of data breach, and how to contain the attack from stealing sensitive patient...
Despite all the talk of the "death of the password," we don't yet live in a post-password world. We have too many passwords to remember and manage. As a result, the security of businesses suffers from inaccurate password tracking, lack of oversight for shared passwords and weak, reused passwords.
Download this report that will discuss how PAM, SSO and password management all have a role to play in mature identity and access management program. With the theft of some 4.2 billion credentials in 2016 alone, hackers only need one valid password to get in and compromise your business. This is why organizations...
Bitcoin: Is it the future of cash, a legitimate speculative instrument or a Ponzi scheme in easy-to-consume digital form? Despite the outstanding questions, investors and cybercriminals alike continue to amass cryptocurrencies. Both groups face perils.
Artificial intelligence can help improve network health by building a "pattern of life" for every device, user and network, says Justin Fier of Darktrace, who explains how to improve network visibility.
The latest ISMG Security Report features a special report on securing medical devices. Healthcare security leaders from the FDA, an academic medical center and a medical device manufacturer share their insights on the challenges involved.
Ethiopian dissidents living overseas had their devices infected with spyware made by an Israeli defense company, Canadian researchers allege. Their findings have revived longstanding concerns over some governments' potential abuse of powerful surveillance tools.
The HITRUST Cyber Threat Xchange played a role in making U.S. healthcare organizations aware of the worldwide WannaCry ransomware campaign early enough to help them thwart the threat, says HITRUST's Elie Nasrallah.
Two-factor authentication solutions face two problems: They are not widely adopted, and attackers find them far too easy to crack. What's the answer? New risk-based multifactor solutions, says Jim Wangler of SecureAuth.
In the latest blow to Kaspersky Lab, the U.K. government is warning that the Russian anti-virus vendor's software should not be used on computers that handle classified information. British bank Barclays has also ceased giving away Kaspersky's AV software to its customers.
In an era where users are working simultaneously across mobile, social and cloud applications and platforms, organizations need to deploy identity and access management solutions that can scale and adapt quickly. IBM's Sean Brown describes the rise of Identity as a Service.