Drawing on his deep background in technology, government and law, cybersecurity adviser Tony Scott delves into many pressing issues in cybersecurity today - including zero trust. In this episode of "Cybersecurity Unplugged," he says organizations should get started on the journey now.
"Garbage in, garbage out." That's a fundamental problem with traditional application security management, which lacks both context and automation. But Idan Plotnik, co-founder and CEO of Apiiro, proposes a new approach to application risk management.
In the latest weekly update, four editors at Information Security Media Group discuss important cybersecurity issues, including the status of the recommendations of the Cyberspace Solarium Commission today and what still needs to be enacted by the current Congress, addressing the increasing challenge of cyberattacks...
We know they are coming, and yet we are still ill-prepared. Cybereason surveyed 1,200 global cybersecurity professionals on ransomware. And while most are concerned about attacks, nearly one-quarter have no contingencies for weekends and holidays - the favored strike time. Sam Curry explains why.
The latest edition of the ISMG Security Report features an analysis of how cybercriminals are turning to cryptomixing services to conceal the proceeds of ransomware activities from law enforcement officials. Also featured: Criminals exploit a misconfigured FBI server and the future of zero trust.
This is the second episode of "The Ransomware Files," a podcast miniseries focused on stories of resilience in the fight against ransomware. An Australian company, Matthews, saw its backups corrupted and attackers release its data. The company recovered however, and has greatly improved its IT security defenses.
One of the effective ways to tackle AML fraud is to leverage technologies such as behavioral biometrics and device biometrics, says Charles Subrt, director of the fraud and AML practice at Aite-Novarica Group.
The specter of the May attack on Ireland's national health service loomed large at the IRISSCON 2021 cybercrime conference in Dublin, as cybersecurity experts gathered to detail the ongoing rise of ransomware and other types of online crime, as well as how to best combat such attacks.
The network detection and response market is "relatively unchallenged at this point by other markets," and detection is the most important use case, says Nat Smith of Gartner, who shares key findings from the company's report titled Emerging Trends: Top Use Cases for Network Detection and Response.
Two recent hacking incidents - one involving ransomware and the other involving the exfiltration of sensitive data for hundreds of thousands of individuals - are among the latest examples of the serious cybersecurity threats and risks facing healthcare organizations and their patients' information.
Several key federal cybersecurity leaders in the U.S. on Wednesday outlined the Biden administration's approach to countering ransomware, which they called a national security issue. The leaders are backing incident reporting legislation and assessing Russia's progress in curbing attacks conducted within its borders.
Healthcare organizations cannot adequately protect the safety and privacy of their patients and staff unless they have efficient, accurate systems to manage third-party identity risk.
By managing third-party risk at the identity level, healthcare organizations can make better-informed access decisions. Adopting a...
The Emotet botnet, which was hampered by law enforcement actions earlier this year, is making a comeback. The resurgence appears to be due to help from old friends: cybercriminals running the Trickbot botnet. Unfortunatel,y the development may fuel more ransomware attacks.
Ari Redbord of TRM Labs, who has had an extensive career in law enforcement, points out that 2020 was a pivotal year for putting cybersecurity on the agenda throughout the government. He discusses securing cryptocurrecy, the blockchain and other elements of the "digital battlefield."