Cybersecurity FutureWatch is an in-depth analysis of cyber trends and forecasts. This data-driven report illustrates critical industry developments that will inform a company's cybersecurity planning as technology advances.
In a case of business email compromise, Chinese hackers stole $18.6 million from the Indian arm of Tecnimont SpA, an Italian engineering company, through an elaborate cyber fraud scheme that included impersonating the firm's chief executive.
A variety of security weaknesses contributed to a massive 2017 health data security breach in Singapore, according to a new report. What can healthcare organizations around the world learn from the report's security recommendations?
What not to do after a breach? Share your incident response plan with your attorney and say, "Don't pay too much attention to it; we don't follow it." Randy Sabett of Cooley LLP discusses this and other lessons learned from breach investigations.
As attackers increasingly take advantage of users' risky behavior, enterprise security leaders are taking steps to improve end-user security education. Gretel Egan of Wombat Security outlines how to focus on education strategies that are truly effective.
Over the last five years, cybercrime occurrences have escalated dramatically, taking hold of organizations
worldwide - affecting revenue, productivity, information security, and reputation. In 2017 Cost of
Cybercrime Study, the Ponemon Institute emphasizes that, on average, organizations have paid
$11.7 million USD...
Those of you who are CISOs and have been conducting awareness programs for years realize that ''the devil is in the details" when building a successful program. Initial attempts to get an awareness program started are usually done by trial and error- but this hit-and-miss approach is often ineffective or frustrating....
Those of you who are CISOs and have been conducting awareness programs for years realise that ''the devil is in the details" when building a successful program. Initial attempts to get an awareness program started are usually done by trial and error- but this hit-and-miss approach is often ineffective or frustrating....
The Forum of Incident Response and Security Teams recently announced the release of new training resources to help organizations build and improve product security incident response teams. Damir "Gaus" Rajnovic of FIRST discusses the global need for these resources.
The hacking of an email account of a medical clinic employee during travels overseas demonstrates the risks posed to data when workers travel. Security experts offer insights on mitigating those risks.
Getting employees involved in data security requires explaining the benefits, such as avoiding service interruptions, says Paul Bowen of Arbor Networks, who offers insights on making security part of the daily routine.
It's a fair question: Can you trust the fraud advice you're given from a former fraudster? Especially one who's betrayed law enforcement before? Brett Johnson says he's abandoned crime for good, and he shares insight on the types of fraud schemes he once practiced.
As customers spend more and more money online each year, the opportunities for fraud increase in parallel; experts project a loss of $24 billion to payment card fraud by the end of 2018. Payment card fraudsters rely on a sophisticated ecosystem and support network that provides a wide range of credit card details,...
Leading the latest edition of the ISMG Security Report: Cybersecurity expert Brian Honan provides insights on why organizations that are not yet compliant with GDPR need to focus on several key steps. Also: An assessment of the progress women are making in building careers in information security.