Third-party risk is a key threat in the entertainment industry, where sensitive content and key assets are scattered among multiple entities across the supply chain. Shemaroo Entertainment's Dilip Joshi discusses risks, implementation challenges, budgeting and regulatory compliance in this sector.
Spoiler alert: In 2022, audits found open source in 100% of our customer engagements.
Since open source usages are now so pervasive, companies are increasingly concerned about the security of applications built on the foundation of open source components. Consequently, open source security and license compliance...
Ninety-four percent of recent survey respondents are concerned that TLS 1.3 will break their existing security controls. With the ever-expanding amount of encrypted network traffic mandated, it’s important to understand how to balance user and customer privacy with security controls. Join experts from Cisco Security...
Too often when software developers change jobs, they take source code they've written with them, feeling the code belongs to them even if it belongs to an employer. Code42's Joe Payne shares the challenges of detecting source code theft and ways to protect intellectual property wherever it resides.
The Indian government has scuttled its personal data protection bill after the proposal grew in scope beyond data protection "and was creating degrees of complexity." Arrka Consulting CEO Shivangi Nadkarni shares her views on what the new bill must incorporate.
Organizations that work with or within the healthcare industry need to prioritize and manage security and privacy-related risk and compliance programs. As the global standard for safeguarding information, HITRUST delivers a scalable, prescriptive, and certifiable framework that enables organizations to demonstrate...
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Third-party risk management (TPRM) is more important now than ever. The practice extends far beyond "checking the box" for compliance. And while compliance is a critical component, recent market turbulence has organizations prioritizing business continuity, financial due diligence, and business resilience. How can you...
Ahead of the release of Edward Snowden's memoirs chronicling his decision to bring illegal "big data" domestic U.S. surveillance programs to light, a former NSA intelligence specialist points out that the U.S. still lacks a whistleblowing law to protect intelligence workers who spot illegal activity.
Cybercriminals are "upping their game" by stealing and then auctioning off on the dark web administrative access credentials to healthcare organizations' clinician and patient portals, says Etay Maor of IntSights.
The Government of India is discussing a plan to change its data localization stance, allowing companies to store only critical data locally. Some observers support the idea, while others ask the government not to "give in to pressure" from Western lobbyists.
Many organizations use Active Directory as their domain network management tool of choice. But security experts warn that without locking down and regularly auditing AD, the ease of use that it provides to network administrators can also be tapped by hackers. Start here for essential defenses.
Warning: Attackers are abusing poorly secured and managed implementations of Microsoft Windows Active Directory to hack organizations and distribute ransomware. Fewer old operating systems and greater Active Directory security knowledge are helping mitigate the threat. But experts say more must be done.
A security researcher found an unsecured database belonging to the Shanghai Jiao Tong University in China that contained 8.4 TB of email metadata. While it's not clear if anyone accessed the data, an attacker could have seen all email being sent or received by a specific person.