Will all of the anonymously lobbed U.S. government allegations against Moscow-based security vendor Kaspersky Lab send anti-virus users running for the hills? Don't let it, one security expert says, noting that ditching AV would be a gift to cybercriminals and intelligence agencies alike.
An in-depth look at the DMARC anti-spoofing system - which the U.S. Department of Homeland Security this past week said it will require federal agencies to adopt - leads the latest edition of the ISMG Security Report. Also, continuous monitoring of the insider threat.
It is said that "Data is the new oil." If that's the case, then organizations need to do a far better job inventorying and securing their wells.
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Data's true value in today's economy;
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A look at President Donald Trump's pick for the Department of Homeland Security secretary, Kirstjen Nielsen, leads the latest edition of the ISMG Security Report. Also featured: Equifax's and TransUnion's problem with dubious code.
Developing safe and effective information sharing practices to foster greater interoperability presents big challenges. As information sharing becomes increasingly vital in building resilient cybersecurity, the need to put a strong, collaborative structure in place is critical.
Although there are many options for...
The RSA Conference returns to Abu Dhabi in November, and event organizers Linda Gray Martin and Britta Glade say this year's agenda is packed with new speakers and topics unique to this growing annual event.
It is said that "Data is the new oil." If that's the case, then organizations need to do a far better job inventorying and securing their wells, says Laurence Pitt of Juniper Networks. He offers insights on leveraging and securing data.
With the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) coming into effect on May 25, 2018, any organization handling EU residents' personal data should be prepared to comply with stricter privacy regulations or be ready to pay fines up to four percent of their global annual revenue. This is a substantial penalty for...
Leading the latest edition of the ISMG Security Report: A deep dive into how continuously monitoring user behavior could replace passwords as a means of authentication. Also, U.S. federal agencies continue to fall short on IT security.
CISOs need to anticipate the important questions their CEO is likely to ask as mega-breaches make headlines and data security is in the spotlight. Here, security leaders offer insights on how to answer eight tough questions.
Equifax ex-CEO Richard Smith asserts that a single employee's failure to heed a security alert led to the company failing to install a patch on a critical system, which was subsequently exploited by hackers. But his claim calls into question whether poor patch practices and management failures were the norm.
Security programs fail because of too much emphasis on protection and not enough on detection and response, says Ira Winkler, president of Secure Mentem, who calls on CISOs to help change their organization's security priorities.
Healthcare organizations must adopt a wartime mindset against their sophisticated, persistent attackers. But how can CISOs lead the way in developing an effective security action plan designed for the current threat environment? Vikrant Arora, CISO at the Hospital for Special Surgery opens this panel discussion with...
The recent Equifax mega-breach demonstrates how essential it is to have a robust, well-tested incident response plan in place that includes a strong public relations component, says Heath Renfrow, CISO at U.S. Army Medicine
The high-visibility, high-yield and low-cost nature of ransomware attacks have made them a favorite with cybercriminals in 2017. The commoditization of the attack tools and infrastructure, and the availability of ransomware kits as services has further compounded the challenge for organizations.