The Biden administration stepped up regulatory enforcement against cryptocurrency trading platforms in consecutive lawsuits targeting Binance and Coinbase for alleged violations of securities laws. "We already have digital currency. It's called the U.S. dollar," said U.S. SEC Chairman Gary Gensler.
With the federal government's software bill of materials regulations looming, many organizations are not ready to respond, warned CISO Sean Atkinson of the Center for Internet Security. He provided tips for ensuring transparency in the software supply chain and preparing for SBOM regulations.
Snyk plans to purchase an Israeli startup founded by members of Wix's application security team and backed by CyberArk to help organizations govern developer security. The developer security vendor said its proposed buy of Enso Security will give clients a view of their application security posture.
At the EU cybersecurity agency ENISA's recent conference on the cybersecurity upsides and downsides of AI chatbots, presenters urged "preparedness," recommending that cybersecurity professionals track the "warp speed" evolution of chatbots to target emerging risks as well as opportunities.
Cisco took its first major step toward realizing its secure cloud vision in April with the debut of a new extended detection and response platform. The next set of enhancements around generative AI, secure access and defending applications across multiple clouds debuted Tuesday at Cisco Live 2023.
In this episode of "Cybersecurity Insights," Antoinette Hodes of Check Point Research discusses the need to consolidate an organization's cybersecurity posture, gain visibility into OT and IT assets, and use cybersecurity education to increase worker safety.
Flipkart embraced a comprehensive security maturity program that incorporated defense-in-depth, automation, zero trust and secure SDLC/security-by-design principles across its four subsidiaries. Flipkart's Raakesh Thayyil discussed the importance of a cohesive strategy.
Despite the beating new publicly traded security companies have taken during the economic downturn, Rubrik is looking to test its luck in the public market. Reuters reported Monday the firm is working with Goldman Sachs, Barclays and Citigroup in preparation for an IPO that could take place in 2024.
UEBA solutions ingest operational data from many sources and use analytics such as machine learning (ML) and behavior analysis to determine what is normal behavior by human users and non-human entities operating in an enterprise network. Over time, the solution builds standard profiles of behavior for these users and...
In the era of digital transformation, banks’ security leaders are grappling with the challenges of maintaining a secure digital ecosystem while keeping costs down. With the explosion of touchpoints and data brought on by the digitization of money and services, the banking industry is now a prime target for...
Cloud-native SIEM dramatically simplifies deployment and management, and increases ease of use, speed, and detection accuracy. Cloud-native SIEM is also highly scalable, efficient, and cost effective. As organizations grow, merge, and evolve, cloud-native security solutions can offload the costs of hardware and...
Unlike other types of security threats, insider threats are complicated because only a few are caused intentionally, and they typically involve valid credential use. Beyond full- and part-time employees, insiders include contractors, vendors, customers, interns, and others who can be working on site or remote....
In the days between May 26 and June 1, Tornado Cash validators regained control, Tron patched a bug that could be exploited for $500 million, Binance said it will delist privacy coins in four European countries, Coinbase settled insider trading charges and Hong Kong police joined the metaverse.
In this episode of "Cybersecurity Insights," Rodrigo Liang of SambaNova Systems discusses what he calls "the fastest industrial revolution we've seen." The topic, of course, is generative artificial intelligence, and Liang considers whether businesses should embrace it or hold back.
Artificial intelligence poses a global risk of extinction tantamount to nuclear war and pandemics, say a who's who of artificial intelligence executives in an open letter that evokes danger without suggesting how to mitigate it. Among the signatories are Sam Altman and Geoffrey Hinton.