As U.S. ATM operators face MasterCard's Oct. 21 EMV liability shift deadline, a surge in explosive attacks against European ATMs is a reminder that anti-fraud features won't block all money machine crime.
A "bottom-up" approach to IoT security is essential, starting with the hardware as the "root of trust" and then addressing the operating systems and applications, says Wind River's Thilak Ramanna, who calls for the development of standards to ensure security is baked into devices.
IoT devices running the authentication protocol OpenSSH are being compromised and used as proxies in attacks that aim to take over accounts at popular web services, according to new research from Akamai.
Although experts see widespread, practical applications of artificial intelligence as at least a decade off, it's something that's on the mind of President Obama. The commander in chief shares his thoughts on the intersection of artificial intelligence, medical viruses and cybersecurity.
IoT botnets, the term for armies of hacked internet-connected devices, aren't going away. And an anecdote from the field shows the gravity of the problem and why it's unlikely to be resolved any time soon.
A malware-wielding gang has been targeting financial firms' SWIFT software to inject fraudulent money-moving messages since at least January in "discreet campaigns" not tied to the Bangladesh Bank hack, Symantec warns.
Understanding the difference between cybersecurity crisis management and security incident response could be critical to your organization's survival. In this blog, a CISO offers insights on creating an effective crisis management plan.
Verizon is reportedly awaiting the full results of a digital forensic investigation into the record-setting Yahoo data breach to ascertain whether it will revise its $4.8 billion bid to buy the search firm. Did the breach have a "material impact" on Yahoo's business? That's the question.
The U.S. intelligence community has blamed the Russian government for attempting to interfere in U.S. elections by hacking and leaking documents. It also said Russia could be behind recent attempts to probe states' election systems.
"How secure are we?" That's one of the most common questions asked by boards and senior managers. But security and technology leaders do not always have ready answers, says Jacob Olcott of BitSight Technologies. Are they even using the right security metrics?