Organizations need to develop "a friendly business relationship" with law enforcement so they can share information about a data breach to help with the investigation, says Luis Cerritos of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police.
When creating a security action plan, not enough organizations include provisions for communicating with the police, says Kenrick Bagnall, a detective constable in the cybercrime unit of the Toronto Police Service.
Are organizations making the same security mistake with APIs today that they made with their websites 10 and 20 years ago? Jeffrey Costa of Akamai Technologies says yes and offers insight on securing and caching APIs.
Most organizations are good at collecting threat intelligence, but they struggle to operationalize it - and especially to use it for threat attribution. Arbor Network's Paul Bowen tells where organizations are commonly missing the mark.
Pressure continues to mount on credit reporting bureau Equifax over its massive data breach. In its wake, Equifax announced that its CIO and CSO would "retire" immediately and said that the Apache Struts flaw exploited by attackers was known to the security team.
In the move to a cashless economy in India and elsewhere, improving user authentication is critical, but users are demanding ease of use, says Singapore-based Tom Wills, director at Ontrack Advisory. He describes the roles that biometrics and artificial intelligence will play.
Top IT security and information risk experts, including former RSA Executive Chairman Art Coviello, analyze the struggles Equifax faces in the wake of a massive data breach in the latest edition of the ISMG Security Report.
A former cybersecurity analytics specialist at health insurer Anthem, which experienced a massive data breach, offers insights on key steps organizations should take to avoid becoming the next breach victim in the headlines.
What do you do if you're the CEO of a credit bureau that's suffered a massive breach, leading to Congressional probes, dozens of lawsuits, formal investigations by state attorneys general and calls for your resignation? Answer: Issue an apology via USA Today.
Yes, malware commonly targets the Windows operating system. But if you limit malware analysis to Windows OS, you're leaving gaping vulnerabilities, says Christopher Kruegel of Lastline Inc. Here's how to maximize your analysis.
Kruegel, CEO of Lastline, says that one common limitation of malware analysis is that...
In the wake Equifax saying hackers may have stolen 143 million consumers' personal details, the company is already facing sharp questions over the robustness of its security defenses as well as reports that three executives sold stock after the breach was discovered, but before the news became public.
Although there are many options for threat information sharing, there are not enough initiatives that are properly codified and defined so that enterprises can easily share relevant information with a business context in a structured and timely manner, says Avinash Prasad of Tata Communications.
Hackers that U.S. officials believe are linked to Russia have upped their activity against energy providers in the U.S., Turkey and Switzerland. The group has likely developed the expertise to shut down systems, security company Symantec warned Wednesday.