The Equifax and Yahoo breaches have highlighted enterprise vulnerability to cyber attacks. As the content
management market increases and enterprises embrace remote workforces, adopt multi-clouds,
expose new APIs, and shift server side functionality to the client, new security challenges emerge.
For too many organisations, software vulnerability management is just about "patch Tuesday." Vulnerability management has evolved significantly in the past few years. Organisations need to adopt a new strategy focusing on visibility, prioritised response, and mitigation.
When you look back at the wave of...
Many companies outsource payroll, legal, and other various departments within their organization that aren't core and a lot of them quite frankly fail, which is why we see all the breaches we see in the news.The biggest cybersecurity budget in the business cannot save you from suffering one of the biggest breaches.
Everyone knows that two-factor authentication (2FA) is more secure than a simple login name and password, but too many people think that 2FA is a perfect, unhackable solution. It isn't!
Join Roger A. Grimes, KnowBe4's Data-Driven Defense Evangelist, and security expert with over 30-years experience, for this...
A Department of Health and Human Services watchdog agency has launched a new web page to draw attention to the growing importance of its cybersecurity-related activities, ranging from security audits to fraud investigations.
Memo to hackers: Boasting about your exploits on social media channels is a good way to get caught. Indeed, Italian police say they busted a suspected hacker after he bragged not only about defacing the NASA home page but also about being part of a group calling itself "Master Italian Hackers Team."
Heathrow, the U.K.'s largest airport, has been fined by the country's privacy watchdog for a series of data security missteps that led to a USB memory drive containing highly sensitive information being lost by an airport security trainer on a London city street, where it was found by a passerby.
U.S. and U.K. government agencies have said they have "no reason to doubt" strong denials issued by Amazon and Apple that hardware hackers had successfully implanted tiny chips in their servers that provided a backdoor for Chinese spies.
The healthcare sector needs to continue upping its ante in cybersecurity to prevent potentially catastrophic "doomsday" events that could devastate regional healthcare systems, says Erik Decker, CISO of the University of Chicago Medicine. He's helping draft a guide to mitigating five key cyber threats.
Many enterprises still rely on Microsoft Windows Server 2008 to run business critical applications. But Windows Server 2008 will reach End of Support on January 14, 2020, which means no more security and maintenance patches. Every enterprise has to face down this issue of legacy systems sooner or later. With Windows...
Like it or not, good grades matter. As organizations become increasingly focused on benchmarking internal groups for their ability to run efficiently and add business value, cybersecurity teams must be positioned to measure their programs' effectiveness and sophistication against industry standards.
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At three of the world's largest information security events in 2018, Information Security Media Group's team of editors conducted about 200 video interviews with industry thought leaders, who provided timely insights on important topics. Here's your guide to those interviews.
Suzanne Spaulding, former undersecretary for the Department of Homeland Security, says a key way to ensure public confidence in the security of U.S. elections is to rely on paper ballots for voting or as backups for electronic balloting.
In its ongoing quest to improve the state of medical device cybersecurity, the FDA has announced a number of key moves - including the release of a security "playbook," plans to leverage information sharing and analysis organizations and an effort to update its 2014 premarket guidance for manufacturers.
Endpoint management, while broad from a technology standpoint, is moving in a definitive direction - the ability to centrally discover, provision, deploy, update, and troubleshoot endpoint devices within
an organization. The proliferation of laptops, desktops, and more will propel the worldwide market for