Reducing risk is a tall order, but IBM's Christopher Bontempo says healthcare security leaders can get immediate and measurable results by concentrating on two aspects: data security and incident response.
With the volume of data breaches
and cyberattacks continuing to rise,
organizations are increasingly relying on
Breach and Attack Simulation tools to
provide more consistent and automated
validation of controls, says Cymulate's
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Security professionals are hard-wired to focus on the technical aspects of cyber attacks during a breach response, but non-technical aspects are often deceptive and go overlooked. Identity can be a powerful tool to bolster your defenses - and the untapped market potential is huge.
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A former Equifax CIO who sold his stock in the company after learning about its 2017 data breach several months before the public and government agencies were informed has been sentenced to four months in prison for insider trading. Another former Equifax executive was sentenced on similar charges last year.
Increasingly, cyber attackers are molding technology and human intelligence into blended threats that prey upon vulnerable defenses. Chester Wisniewski of Sophos lays out how organizations can become more mature in preparedness and response.
The 2019 Internet Security Threat Report takes a deep dive into insights from the Symantec Global Intelligence Network (GIN), revealing the latest trends in cyber security attacks including ransomware, formjacking, cloud security and mobile threats.
Through GIN, Symantec has established the largest civilian threat...
Bad news for anyone who might have hoped that the data breach problem was getting better. "Anecdotally, it just feels like we're seeing a massive increase recently," says Troy Hunt, the creator of the free "Have I Been Pwned?" breach-notification service. Unfortunately, he says, the problem is likely to worsen.
Organizations that want to ensure they have a solid cybersecurity strategy must ensure they rigorously pursue best practices, monitor their infrastructure, eliminate vulnerabilities as well as prepare for the worst, says Andrew Gogarty of Secon Cyber.
An Account Takeover (ATO) attack is exactly
what it sounds like: a bad actor acquires an
authorized user's login credentials, most
often by leveraging reused or similar passwords from previously breached sites.
With millions of usernames and passwords
stolen each year, ATOs are more common than
ever. Yet a...
Defending organizations against attackers is more challenging than ever. "The complexity and sophistication of the threats has increased," says Cisco's Mark Weir. "What we're seeing a lot of at the moment as well is intellectual property theft."
With the volume of data breaches and cyberattacks continuing to rise, organizations are increasingly relying on breach and attack simulation tools to provide more consistent and automated validation of controls, says Cymulate's Tim Ager.
Singapore's Personal Data Protection Commission is seeking feedback on the government's plan to amend the Personal Data Protection Act to create a tough breach notification mandate. In the meantime, the PDPC has issued data breach management guidelines to help organizations prepare for the new requirements.
Data breaches, incident response and complying with the burgeoning number of regulations that have an information security impact were among the top themes at this year's Infosecurity Europe conference in London. Here are 10 of the top takeaways from the conference's keynote sessions.
Computol is a technology provider with nearly 40 years of experience
providing network management and data protection services. Today, the MSP
manages these services for more than 30 clients across the USA, protecting
29 TB of data in the cloud alone.
In order to exceed their clients' needs, Computol's team of IT...
Hacking and extortion attempts against organizations have unfortunately become all too commonplace these days. On Tuesday, an unlikely victim went public: the British band Radiohead. But was the band really a hacking and extortion victim?