Point-in-time risk assessments no longer provide enough timely, relevant data to support effective risk management efforts. In response, third-party risk intelligence (TPRI) solutions enrich internal assessment data with external information and analysis.
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After two years of development in stealth mode, the Sheltered Harbor effort to get U.S. financial institutions to use a standard approach to account data backup is shifting into high gear, says Trey Maust, the new CEO of the initiative, which is backed by FS-ISAC.
In an exclusive, in-depth analysis, a panel of security experts concludes that India's recent Aadhaar data security conundrum, resulting in identity theft and data breaches, was due to poor implementation of security, monitoring and authentication mechanisms.
Concerns are already being raised about a law passed by Singapore's parliament Monday that establishes an information sharing platform by appointing a commissioner of cybersecurity to obtain confidential information from owners of critical information infrastructure about their security postures.
More organizations in the APAC region that are taking advantage of cloud-based services are demanding cloud security access brokers capabilities for better visibility and data security, says Sid Deshpande, principal analyst at Gartner.
As a long-time security leader, Qualys CISO Mark Butler has watched the evolution of security tools and platforms. The best-of-breed approach still has value, but also has failed us, he says. How can automation and orchestration provide new business value?
As threats and attacks become more frequent, the alerts and alarms to be investigated become more unmanageable. Plus, by the time the warnings are checked, the damage may already be done. We need a new paradigm that moves the enterprise from reactive to predictive. Can user behavior analytics and machine learning...
In a budget speech, India's finance minister announced the launch of a "cyberspace mission" and an effort to promote the use of several new technologies, including blockchain, to bolster the nation's data security. Security experts offer mixed reviews of the announcements.
As RBI reports an increase in transactional fraud in India, the government is reviewing the financial sector's security posture in light of the nation's move toward a cashless economy. Security experts discuss the methods for effective fraud control.
How bad does a third-party fix have to be for Microsoft to issue a rare, weekend update that helps IT administrators disable it? A security update from Microsoft allows users to disable a faulty Intel firmware update that can lead to frequent rebooting as well as lost or corrupted data.
How much does it cost to buy cybercrime-enabling products or services? Just $5 and up, security researchers say. Law enforcement agencies warn that small-time players as well as "serious and organized" crime rings are using cybercrime as a service to make illicit profits.
A must see webcast that defines when proactive hunting is needed, and how to get started operationalizing a program internally.
The increasing number of organizations being hit by crippling "mega breaches" points to a deficiency in most standard endpoint security solutions. Today's evolving threat landscape...
As the internet of things plays a bigger role in many business sectors in Asia, the process of securing IoT must evolve, says Aseem Jakhar, co-founder and director of research and development at Payatu Technologies, a security services organization, who describes important steps to take.
Technology giants are still struggling to identify what's at risk from the Spectre and Meltdown flaws in modern CPUs, never mind getting working security updates into users' hands. In the meantime, expect a rush by researchers to find more flaws in microprocessor code.