April 13, 2017 Added by:Jesse McKenna
Although traditional anti-malware approaches tend to focus on looking deep within each endpoint for suspicious activity, in the case of ransomware particularly, this equates to monitoring the coal miners and when an event happens, you’ve just lost a miner.
March 09, 2017 Added by:Ajit Singh
If we were to place as much emphasis on monitoring events that take place on our IT systems as we do monitoring spending habits and shoplifting, many of the data breaches we hear about today could be largely mitigated.
Exchanges in History: What Third Party Cyber Risk Management (TPRM) Programs Can Learn from the Past
March 09, 2017 Added by:Scott Schneider
Throughout history, whenever organizations, governments, or industries have used an exchange to share information, great transformation has taken place.
September 28, 2016 Added by:Ori Eisen
If a company trusts their own product to not fail, the customer can too—with this level of trust ultimately reaching the average person. It’s a win-win-win.
August 17, 2016 Added by:Johannes Lintzen
An established Root of Trust, combined with industry standards like those adopted by the payments industry and ongoing dialogues among leaders in the field, will ensure the automotive industry stays ahead of security risks associated with connected vehicles.
June 28, 2016 Added by:Nick Bilogorskiy
In the age of stolen passwords, compromised credentials are the easiest way in, simpler than phishing, malware or exploits. “Password confirmation” tools are now readily available to find reused passwords matching any website.
March 15, 2016 Added by:Eyal Bek
Besides the usual precautions, encryption can put a huge dent in the problem by making stored information unintelligible to intruders. Self-encrypting drives further help by minimizing the performance impact by offloading encryption to specialized hardware and taking humans out of the picture.
February 22, 2016 Added by:InfosecIsland News
Dell has released its Dell Security Annual Threat Report 2016, revealing that key trends defining the threat landscape, ranging from new, aggressive tactics employed by adversaries to a massive increase in malware attacks in 2015.
February 22, 2016 Added by:Larry Karisny
When I spoke on the need for cybersecurity innovation at the January ITEXPO conference in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., I sensed something interesting about my cybersecurity colleagues: They don't seem to care about innovation; they care about having a job in cybersecurity.
January 15, 2016 Added by:Luis Corrons
The most capable defense solutions must not only be centralized, but also be able to automatically block, identify, forensically profile and purge malware, even when it is veiled by legitimate programs and processes. The software needs to be smarter than the malware itself.
December 21, 2015 Added by:Dan Lohrmann
Beyond cyber war and the good guys having the right tools to catch the bad guys, there can be a tendency to ignore “more mundane” acceptable use directives. That is, security staff can download copyrighted material (movies and games), view porn at work, look at information that is private (like promotions, raises or other data from management), “borrow” passwords or delete log files to cov...
December 16, 2015 Added by:Tim Liu
2015 was another fascinating year for cybersecurity. From the OPM to Anthem, Ashley Madison and countless other data breaches, there was no shortage of stories capturing national attention. So what does 2016 have in store?
December 07, 2015 Added by:Steve Durbin
As information risks and cyber security threats increase, organizations need to move away from reacting to incidents and toward predicting and preventing them. Developing a robust mechanism to assess and treat information risk throughout the organization is a business essential.
December 03, 2015 Added by:Darren McCue
Time and again we see companies neglecting to protect themselves at the most basic, key levels – on both the physical and digital sides – leaving dangerous gaps in coverage to be exploited farther down the complexity chain.
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