In a new, global enterprise security study, only 14 percent of respondents are "extremely confident" in their enterprises' ability to defend against top threats. What are the areas that erode their confidence? Christopher Kloes of Unisys offers analysis in this video interview.
Hackers stole $100 million from the Bangladesh Bank after apparently obtaining payment-transfer codes and moving the money overseas in what experts say appears to be one of the largest bank heists in history.
Because of growing cybersecurity concerns, CISOs in the financial sector finally are getting more time with their boards of directors and more direct interaction with senior executives, says John Carlson, chief of staff at the Financial Services Information Sharing and Analysis Center.
The nonstop pace of "Apple vs. FBI" updates and related crypto debates seemed to exceed both the U.S. government's and the information security industry's advanced persistent spin-cycles at this year's RSA Conference.
nullcon has made a name for itself with its forward-looking philosophy - "The Next Security Thing!" We take a look at some of the hot sessions and events slated to take place at the security marathon this year.
Mass targeted attacks often need a big event as the pivot to grab the prospective victims' attention. Using the example such of a phishing campaign, Symantec's Narang shares insight on how low awareness impacts the region.
"Shadow IT" has long existed slightly under the radar of the enterprise IT and security organizations. The term describes business units that opt to embrace IT systems and applications, including SaaS apps, without the express consent and support of IT.
In the past, these transgressions have mainly been overlooked....
The Justice Department's appeal of a court order that the government can't compel Apple to unlock an iPhone used by an accused drug dealer is significant because it sets in motion a process that could lead to a Supreme Court ruling on whether mobile device makers must give law enforcement an encryption backdoor.
Lockheed Martin and Cybereason have partnered to help organizations respond faster to advanced threats with enhanced threat intelligence. Cybereason's Lior Div and Lockheed Martin's Richard Mahler discuss the power of their combined efforts in this video interview.
It's been a half-year now since Art Gilliland stepped into the role of CEO at startup security company Skyport Systems. What lessons has he learned from the marketplace, and where does he expect Skyport to make its mark? Find out in this video interview.
For years, Wade Baker was one of the main forces behind the industry's most noted data breach investigations report. Now, as vice president of strategy and analytics at ThreatConnect, he has the chance to practice the lessons he's learned, as he explains in this video interview.
The big companies make the big headlines, but the midsized entities are really the growing attack targets, says Dick Williams, CEO of Webroot. In this video interview, he discusses how new tools and services are serving this expanding market.
Threat response is a lot like physical fitness. Enterprises know what they need to do - they often just opt not to do it. RSA's Rashmi Knowles offers advice for how to move from threat prevention to response.
As a vice president at IBM Security, Caleb Barlow has been a leader in the company's strategic acquisitions. What does he look for in a potential venture, and how is IBM Security taking shape to respond to the latest threats? Find out in this video interview.
Organizations can apply user behavioral analytics - the practice of reacting to how people behave in the information security realm - to better spot and block data breaches, says Fortscale's Kurt Stammberger.