Evaluating ways to thwart massive distributed denial-of-service attacks leads the latest edition of the ISMG Security Report. Also, explaining how "conspiracy theories" tied to an historic breach of Yahoo will have an impact on the internet company's future.
In an interview, experts from one of the FFIEC's five regulatory agencies explain why the council released a "frequently asked questions" guide to its Cybersecurity Assessment Tool and how they hope banking institutions will put the FAQ to use.
Experts evaluating the likelihood of a hack to alter votes in this year's American presidential election highlights the latest edition of the ISMG Security Report. Also, U.S. federal regulators propose new cybersecurity rules for big banks.
Despite high-profile leaks and the attention given to the insider threat, many organizations still fail to even see that they have an insider threat problem. Ajit Sancheti, CEO of Preempt, discusses what's needed to improve insider threat detection.
The latest ISMG Security Report analyzes new state bank cybersecurity regulation and getting small healthcare practitioners engaged in cyber threat information sharing. Also, why one nation claims it never experienced a cyberattack.
A "bottom-up" approach to IoT security is essential, starting with the hardware as the "root of trust" and then addressing the operating systems and applications, says Wind River's Thilak Ramanna, who calls for the development of standards to ensure security is baked into devices.
Although experts see widespread, practical applications of artificial intelligence as at least a decade off, it's something that's on the mind of President Obama. The commander in chief shares his thoughts on the intersection of artificial intelligence, medical viruses and cybersecurity.
The National Health Information Sharing and Analysis Center aims to better engage smaller healthcare organizations in cyber threat information sharing, leveraging funds from two recent federal grants. Denise Anderson, president of NH-ISAC, describes the plans in this in-depth interview.
A report on the verbal combat between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump over whether the Russian government is using hacks to influence the U.S. presidential election leads the latest edition of the ISMG Security Report. Also, an update on Dropbox's new password protection strategy.
"How secure are we?" That's one of the most common questions asked by boards and senior managers. But security and technology leaders do not always have ready answers, says Jacob Olcott of BitSight Technologies. Are they even using the right security metrics?
The latest edition of the ISMG Security Report leads off with an analysis of the PCI Security Standards Council's new requirements that are designed to help thwart attempts to defeat encryption in point-of-sale devices.
To better mitigate the breach risks tied to the growing use of mobile devices, organizations need to adopt enterprise digital rights management as a way to improve data security, says Gartner's John Girard.
In this in-depth interview, cybersecurity researcher Jay Radcliffe explains flaws he identified in certain Johnson & Johnson wireless insulin pumps that make them vulnerable to hacker attacks. His discoveries led the device maker to issue warnings to patients and physicians.
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump laying out his cybersecurity agenda leads the latest version of the ISMG Security Report. Also, federal leaders address threats posed to the U.S. electoral system.
Commerce Secretary Penny Pritzker suggests that regulatory agencies should implement cyber threat information sharing programs with the businesses they regulate, not only to enhance their IT security, but to build a collaborative environment between the two, often adversarial sides.