As the Sony and Epsilon breaches show, privacy is now in the news media every day. And organizations need to be prepared to address the issue, says Trevor Hughes, executive director of the International Association of Privacy Professionals.
Greg Rattray, VP of Security at BITS, says we can't necessarily stop the spread of dangerous malware like Zeus, but banking institutions can do a better job of mitigating the risk and damage that follow such an attack.
Organizations are starting to adapt to cloud computing, but they're hesitant about placing their core assets in the online environment, according to results from the 2011 ISACA IT Risk/Reward Barometer.
It's not easy to read into LulzSec's motivation. They seem intolerant of those who know the rules but fail to follow them, such as IT security professionals who reuse passwords. They're brazen, and they're in it for the laughs.
No one is really sure when the FFIEC's new authentication guidance will be issued, but we do know banking institutions can't afford to wait. Hence, our new FFIEC Authentication Guidance Resource Center.
Recent hacks have uncovered security vulnerabilities that should have been addressed years ago. "These attacks are going to escalate," says Josh Corman of The 451 Group. But organizations can implement basic steps to make the hackers' job harder.
As Indian banks have migrated to new, electronic platforms including online and mobile banking, so too have the fraudsters. Vicky Shah, author of a new book on cyber crimes, offers insight to help protect banks and their customers.
Who's behind the International Monetary Fund breach? Some observers suggest the attack could have been waged by a government to access confidential information about the financial stability of certain global markets.
NRC CISO Patrick Howard is among three information security leaders who share their experiences, approaches and challenges from battling data breach incidents that had an impact on their organizations and their careers.
Details surrounding the reported breach of the International Monetary Fund remain sketchy, but alarming. And Gartner analyst Avivah Litan believes there may be "dozens" of similar incidents that have not been disclosed.