SandboxAQ bought French vendor Cryptosense to help organizations migrate and defend key stores and hardware security modules using post-quantum cryptography architecture. Combining SandboxAQ's network scanning capabilities with Cryptosense's visibility will help firms discard RSA-based encryption.
As the Federal Trade Commission focuses on data brokers that collect and share consumers' sensitive information, any company that participates in those activities needs to carefully review its practices, says attorney Daniel Kaufman, former acting director of the FTC's Consumer Protection Bureau.
Swiss police say that thanks to private encryption keys being recovered from a suspected member of a ransomware-wielding gang accused of amassing over 1,800 victims across 71 countries, victims of LockerGoga and MegaCortex ransomware can recover their data for free.
Existing security operations tools focus too much on detecting threats and creating alerts rather than stopping attacks before they happen, says Check Point CEO Gil Shwed, who claims the firm's new MPR and XPR tools will reduce the number of events security analysts handle by at least 90%.
How can a platform-led security approach improve employee and customer experiences? Mindtree CISO Chandan Pani describes how an integrated security approach helped him transform his organization from the pre-COVID-19 era to a hybrid, no-perimeter era that focuses on both security and productivity.
Ransomware gives cryptocurrency a bad name. U.S. federal regulators have noticed, publishing on Friday a slew of recommendations for ensuring that the blockchain world isn't a criminal haven. Among them are legislative proposals that would strengthen anti-money laundering statutes.
Four editors at Information Security Media Group analyze private-public partnerships today, preview ISMG's upcoming cybersecurity summit in Africa and discuss the increasing use of intermittent or partial encryption by ransomware gangs as a means to extort money from victims faster.
Uber is probing a hack attack after an intruder appeared to breach multiple internal systems, using the company's Slack messaging app to announce: "I am a hacker and Uber has suffered a data breach." The ride-hailing service has taken multiple systems offline while it investigates.
CISA is months behind a deadline set by President Biden in 2021 to provide voluntary guidance on OT security controls for critical infrastructure firms, but the agency announced at a House subcommittee hearing its plans for public-private information sharing and grants to smaller organizations.
Beleaguered vendor IronNet will execute another round of layoffs, axing nearly 90 employees and removing co-CEO William Welch and CFO James Gerber from their posts. IronNet revealed plans to reduce its 250-person staff by approximately 35% less than three months after laying off 55 people.
U.S. Democratic senators are urging the Biden administration to update HIPAA to enhance privacy protections over reproductive health data in the wake of the Supreme Court's decision to overturn Roe v. Wade and the constitutional right to abortion.
A Texas nonprofit, safety net medical center is still struggling to fully bring its communications and other systems back online two weeks after a ransomware attack in which cybercriminals have demanded a ransom in the "tens of millions of dollars.
With concerns mounting over the poor state of internet traffic routing security, the U.S. departments of Defense and Justice, and cybersecurity leadership, are calling for the Federal Communications Commission to take a more active role in managing Border Gateway Protocol vulnerabilities.
Foreign investment into the U.S. will undergo added scrutiny for its implications to cybersecurity and data protection under an executive order signed by President Joe Biden. The order focuses on potential security risks of direct investors as well as their ties to third parties that may pose risks.