The new world of "work from anywhere" is all about connecting users to applications. “It’s just different,” says iBoss CEO Paul Martini. Yet, many enterprises still approach this new dynamic with the wrong security mindset. Martini outlines what they’re missing.
More precise and pervasive cybersecurity threat modeling during manufacturers' development of medical devices - and also during the regulatory product review process - is critical for risk mitigation, says Kevin Fu, new acting director of medical device cybersecurity at the FDA.
Loving your pet and creating tough-to-crack passwords should remain two distinctly separate activities. Unfortunately, Britain's National Cyber Security Center reports that more than 1 in 6 Brits admit to using the name of a pet as their password. And the problem is global.
Crisis communications: If your organization suffers a ransomware outbreak - despite its best cybersecurity efforts - is it ready to respond quickly and transparently? Experts have lauded the Scottish Environment Protection Agency for its response, saying it's a model for other victims to emulate.
Attackers are targeting unpatched SAP applications, and the exploits could lead to the hijacking of the vulnerable systems, data theft and ransomware attacks, SAP and Onapsis Research Labs report. They note that patches for most of the flaws have been available for several years.
Having exponentially more devices on the network leads to proportionately less visibility. This is reality for most enterprises today, and it’s changed the role of endpoint security solutions. Elias Levy of Cisco discusses emerging technologies and strategies, including the rise of XDR.
To deliver a secure infrastructure-as-code service, development teams must adopt a "shift left" strategy that brings all the applications and security under one umbrella to provide faster and continuous delivery of the fully automated code, according to Ori Bendet and Igor Markov of Checkmarx.
When a breached organization such as Ubiquiti says it is "not currently aware of evidence" that attackers stole customer data, it too often means: "We don't know, because we failed to have in place the robust logging and monitoring capabilities that might have provided us all with real answers."
CISA and the FBI warn in a new alert that unidentified nation-state actors are scanning for three vulnerabilities in Fortinet's operating system, FortiOS, to potentially target government agencies and companies for cyberespionage.
The lack of automation and actionable threat intelligence may be preventing enterprises from developing the fully functional Cyber Fusion Centers they envision. Anomali's Mark Alba shares ideas on how to change that.
Pharmaceutical companies can leverage data analytics, predictive analytics and artificial intelligence to fight drug diversion fraud, says Charles Washington, senior director, global fraud and asset protection, at Pfizer.
Although SolarWinds has released a second round of patches for flaws in its Orion network monitoring platform that was targeted in a supply chain attack, some security experts say organizations need to go far beyond patching to manage the risks involved.
Security practitioners often tread a fine and not entirely well-defined legal line in collecting current and meaningful research. This research can also pose ethical questions when commercial sources for stolen data fall into a gray area.