Spear phishing is the common trigger to many of the most popular - and successful - targeted attacks. How can organizations improve their defenses? Jon Clay of Trend Micro tells how to better spot and stop spear phishing.
A commentary on the need for developers to be more deliberate in securing IT products leads the latest edition of the ISMG Security. Also featured: A report on Congress tackling voting machine security.
Beleaguered ride-sharing service Uber has informed Britain's privacy regulator that 2.7 million U.K. riders and drivers had personal details exposed by the massive 2016 data breach that it covered up for a year.
Canadian citizen Karim Baratov has pleaded guilty to targeting more than 11,000 webmail accountholders to steal their passwords, including targeting 80 Gmail accounts at the request of an alleged Russian intelligence agent tied to a 2014 hack attack against Yahoo that exposed 500 million accounts.
Looking for a way to benchmark your cybersecurity organization against those of your peers? Intel Health and Life Sciences and its partners offer a Healthcare Security Readiness program that provides a benchmarking opportunity, David Houlding explains.
As data protection breaches have become daily headline news and everyone becomes increasingly sensitive about privacy, the regulatory regime is getting tougher. Data protection laws in Europe are more important than ever before - especially as the enforcement deadline of the EU GDPR looms.
The U.S. government has charged three employees of Chinese cybersecurity firm Boysec with stealing valuable intellectual property from Siemens, Moody's Analytics and Trimble. Security researchers say Boysec has been operating since 2007 and is also known as APT 3 and Gothic Panda.
An assessment of how campaigns can safeguard their IT assets on the eve of the 2018 U.S. congressional elections leads the latest ISMG Security Report. Also, an update on how years-ago hacks are finally gaining attention.
Are you an accused Russian hacker who's been detained on foreign soil at the request of U.S. authorities? Bad news: While Mother Russia will go to court to try to bring you home, your odds of resisting U.S. extradition don't look good.
The California attorney general's office has smacked Cottage Health System with a $2 million settlement in the wake of breaches in 2013 and 2015. What lessons can be learned from this significant enforcement action?
Reports that a plea deal is about to be reached for Karim Baratov - extradited from Canada to the United States on charges that he assisted Russian intelligence agents with the massive hack of Yahoo in 2014 - are premature, his attorney tells Information Security Media Group.
The steady stream of new reports about years-old breaches continues as Imgur, the popular photo-sharing service, belatedly warns that it suffered a breach in 2014 that compromised 1.7 million users' accounts.