Experts speaking out on how boards of directors and CISOs must do a better job in strengthening board involvement on cybersecurity matters leads the latest edition of the ISMG Security Report. Also, "Catch Me if You Can" impostor Frank Abagnale on the Equifax hack.
Aetna will move from passwords to continuous behavioral authentication next year on its consumer mobile and web applications for better security and end-user experience, says Jim Routh, the health insurer's CISO.
Freedom of Information requests sent to 430 U.K. local government councils by Barracuda Networks found that at least 27 percent of councils have suffered ransomware outbreaks. Thankfully, almost none have paid ransoms, and good backup practices appear widespread.
In today's dynamic threat landscape, "real-time" is the operative phrase - and it needs to apply both to threat detection and incident response, says Tim Bandos of Digital Guardian. What are the required security controls and tools?
Given the current threat environment, it's urgent that organizations add technical experts to their boards of directors to help ensure the development of effective cybersecurity strategies, says Art Coviello, retired chairman of RSA.
What advice does the new CISO of fast-food giant McDonald's, who has served as CISO at two other major corporations, have for how to communicate with the board of directors? Tim Youngblood offers insights in this exclusive interview.
In the latest edition of the ISMG Security Report: a look at the former Equifax chief information security officer and whether her lack of academic credentials in IT or IT security is relevant to the massive breach at the credit reporting agency.
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.
It isn't a specific product to be purchased and deployed, but RSA's concept of business-driven security is a new strategy to help improve communication between the operations and risk managers within security organizations. RSA's Ben Smith describes how to start.
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.
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