NIST is soliciting comments from stakeholders on whether its cybersecurity framework is helping organizations secure their information systems. Those observations could result in an update of the framework, NIST's Adam Sedgewick explains in this interview.
Understanding the promise of user behavior analytics is one thing. Deploying them to detect and respond to threats is quite another. Bert Rankin of Fortscale offers tips on practical application of the latest UBA solutions.
Too many recent high-profile breaches resulted from attackers using legitimate user credentials to infiltrate critical systems. Fortscale's Bert Rankin tells how user behavior analytics help organizations catch attackers after the breach.
To help train more cybersecurity professionals, academia must work with business and government to find enough qualified trainers and educators, says George Washington University Professor Diana Burley.
The rising profile and increasingly complex nature of cyberattacks was a major development in 2015. What are the key threats for security practitioners to be wary of in the year ahead? FireEye CTO APAC Bryce Boland shares insights.
Giving the fired Sanders aide the benefit of the doubt that he wasn't trying to steal Clinton campaign secrets to benefit the Vermont senator's quest for the White House, was Josh Uretsky justified in accessing the rival's data to conduct his own investigation?
What's it like to be a CIO or CISO at an enterprise where everyone is a security expert? What are some of the unique challenges and advantages? Blue Coat Systems CIO Chris Birrell shares his experiences in this role.
In terms of malware, 2015 will go down as the year that ransomware got big, and the organized criminals behind it got bolder. IBM's Limor Kessem discusses what to expect from advanced malware variants in 2016.
As it continues to ramp up its cybersecurity enforcement efforts, the FTC could take action next year against consumer wearable device makers if they fail to live up to their promises to protect the privacy of health data and other information, says researcher Stephen Cobb, who also expects scrutiny from the FDA.
To guard against health data breaches, healthcare organizations must demand more proof that their business associates are safeguarding patient data and mitigating related risks, says privacy and security expert Daniel Schroeder.
As information security professionals consider new opportunities, they must carefully determine whether the corporate culture is a good fit, says former healthcare CISO Jeff Cobb, who recently made his own career transition to security consulting.
As the cyberthreats facing the healthcare sector grow ever more sophisticated, CIO John Halamka, M.D., says organizations must launch aggressive security initiatives, including investing in analytics to improve breach detection, plus two other critical steps.
Check fraud - it not only won't go away, but it is morphing to keep pace with consumers' digital banking habits. David Barnhardt of Early Warning talks about this persistent fraud threat and how banking institutions should respond to it.
Today's security threats may be considered "advanced" by some, but ThreatSTOP founder and CEO Tom Byrnes believes many organizations are living in the medieval times of cybersecurity. How can they avoid slipping into the Dark Ages?