The healthcare sector should consider adopting cybersecurity best practices implemented in the financial sector, especially those related to supply chain security and information sharing on cyberattacks, says security expert Greg Garcia.
The upcoming enforcement of GDPR puts the spotlight on data governance, but what about the potential impact on vendor risk management? Jacob Olcott of BitSight discusses how to prepare for this new generation of cybersecurity regulations.
As the GDPR enforcement date edges closer, organizations remain unprepared to comply, says BitSight's Elizabeth Fischer - especially when it comes to vendor risk management. What - beyond contracts - do organizations need?
Security vendors are known to sprinkle hyperbole among their claims. But the strategy has backfired for DirectDefense, which mistakenly cast endpoint protection vendor Carbon Black as a contributor to the "world's largest pay-for-play data exfiltration botnet."
Security comes to Las Vegas this week in the form of Black Hat USA 2017. Hot sessions range from an analysis of power grid malware and "cyber fear as a service" to details of two major hacker takedowns and how the world's two largest ransomware families cash out their attacks.
Organizations rely on a variety of outside firms to deliver security services. But how can they get the most value? Catherine Buhler, CISO of BlueScope Steel, shares how she challenges managed security services providers.
Worried about the use of encryption by terrorists, Australia plans to lobby its key signal intelligence partners at a meeting in Canada for the creation of new legal powers that would allow access to scrambled communications. But Australia says it doesn't want backdoors. So what does it want?
Two researchers who launched a crowdsourced effort to subscribe to the Shadow Brokers' monthly leak of stolen Equation Group exploits - on behalf of the entire information security community - have dropped their effort, citing legal concerns.
The figure sounds alarming, 60 percent of small companies went belly up within six months of a breach. And that stat was repeated several times by lawmakers as a House panel debated - and approved - a bill aimed at helping small businesses battle hackers. But is that number true?
U.S. prosecutors are expected to soon issue indictments charging four individuals with launching hack attacks against Yahoo, Bloomberg reports. But it's unclear to which of the two massive Yahoo breaches the charges might relate.
Vice President Mike Pence used a personal AOL email account while governor of Indiana to conduct official business, and his account was hacked. Live by the private email account, die by the private email account?
For any of the tens of thousands of organization that may be smarting from this week's Amazon Web Services and Simple Storage Solution (S3) outage, take the following advice to heart: "You must kill your darlings."
Organizations across sectors have come to understand the inherent security risks posed by third-party vendors. But too many approach vendor risk management with a manual process, says Daniel de Juan of Rsam.
Amidst the increasing security chaos facing individuals and organizations, one of the dominant themes at this year's RSA Conference was the need for information security professionals to do more, bringing order to enterprise IT security as well as by influencing public policy.