Extortion campaigns waged by cybercriminals are expected to become more damaging in 2016, putting additional pressure on CISOs to enhance protection of internal networks and educate employees about extortionists' techniques, says iSight Partner's John Miller.
While other nations are drafting and even amending their digital privacy standards, India continues to debate: Is privacy a fundamental right? J. Sai Deepak of law firm Saikrishna & Associates discusses why India must make privacy a legislative issue.
The cyber insurance industry in Asia is heating up, with more organizations recognizing that cyber threat can in fact have crippling consequences. How will cyber insurance prove disruptive in 2016? Forcepoint's Carl Leonard shares insight
Given the rise in cyber threats, CERT-In's existing rules of empanelling IT Security auditing organizations may not comply with the new challenges. It's time to revisit these guidelines and add stringent qualifying factors for auditing.
What are the challenges when it comes to operationalizing threat intelligence feeds in the context of your business and environment? Organizations first must ensure they make best use of intelligence available internally. Arbor's Crane shares insight
Tracing bitcoin transactions, some security experts suspect multiple gangs have each amassed more than $1 billion, making them the equivalent of "unicorns" - a term venture capitalists apply to extremely successful startup firms. In case there was any doubt, cybercrime really does pay.
The Maharashtra government has appointed senior IPS officer and IT expert Brijesh Singh as Special IG-Cybercrime. Experts analyze expectations for the new head and discuss what should be his agenda for tackling cybercrime.
As Art Gilliland, CEO of Skyport Systems, assesses cybersecurity in 2016, he sees distinct strengths, weakness and opportunities for the next generation of leaders. The question is: Where will we find these leaders?
According to sources in the industry and community, organizations are regularly getting breached and held to ransom in India. What's the story, and why are these organizations choosing to remain silent about these attacks?
Common mistakes enterprises make while prescribing a security or information assurance policy may result in big security flaws. CISOs must define security policies that are practical and enforceable, evolved through consensus with the business.
Slamming a Ukrainian energy provider for recently falling victim to a spear-phishing email and Excel macro attack might be easy. But security experts recommend all organizations use the incident to ensure they won't fall victim to copycat attacks.
As nations worldwide struggle with effective cyber legislation, Europe leads. Dr. Henning Wegener, chairman at World Federation Of Scientists' Permanent Monitoring Panel on InfoSec, speaks to what makes this possible.
A judge has dismissed a class-action lawsuit against Michaels, filed after the retailer warned that POS malware-wielding attackers had successfully stolen details of an estimated 2.6 million payment cards. But the ruling isn't a surprise - here's why.