Worries over ransomware and malware are slowing down enterprise IoT deployments, which is a reflection of the reputational and customer relationship risks at stake, according to a new survey. Here's what enterprises need to keep in mind when selecting security technology for IoT.
The world has experienced an unprecedented business disruption that instantly created the largest remote workforce - and largest attack surface - in history. How do you validate users and access in this new dynamic workforce? RSA's Steve Schlarman and Ben Smith preview an upcoming series of virtual roundtables.
The right endpoint management strategy can reduce costs fast - a critical need in today's dynamic cybersecurity and business environment. Great efficiencies are possible by reducing tool sprawl, increasing staff productivity and streamlining operational processes.
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The remote workforce brings more flexibility. But it also comes with unique challenges such as VPN congestion, a greater attack surface and a lack of visibility for security. How can you help remote workers to be both productive and cybersecure? Menlo Security's Kowsik Guruswamy offers advice.
In recent times many organisations have had to quickly move to a remote workforce, but their dependence on new technologies has also made them exponentially more vulnerable to cyber threats.
Attackers are continuously advancing and using sophisticated techniques to infiltrate organisations which no longer have well...
Ransomware, wire transfer fraud, destructive attacks: In recent months, the financial sector has seen these and other online attacks surge by 238% as criminals continue to exploit the pandemic, warns Tom Kellermann of VMware Carbon Black, who shares findings from his firm's third "Modern Bank Heists" report.
Britain is reconsidering whether Huawei's technology will be used its national 5G rollout as a result of increased White House sanctions against the Chinese telecommunications giant, which could result in Huawei having to source semiconductors from less reliable sources.
Don't forget to lock down online shared code repositories, as Mercedes-Benz parent company Daimler AG learned the hard way after a researcher was able to access nearly 9 GB of software development documentation from a misconfigured GitLab repository.
As ransomware gangs attempt to boost their illicit profits, the RagnarLocker ransomware gang has brought a new tactic to bear: installing a full virtual machine on victims' systems to hide their crypto-locking malware while it forcibly encrypts files, security firm Sophos warns.
Australian shipping giant Toll Group recently suffered its second ransomware outbreak of the year, with Thomas Knudsen, the company's managing director, branding the latest attack as being "serious and regrettable." But was it preventable?
Companies add tool after tool to secure their data, systems, and users. But instead of increased security, they're left with misconfigured, repetitive, or siloed tools and little visibility and control over their environments. This leads to poor cyber hygiene and creates severe security vulnerabilities, especially as...
Although FBI technicians were able to gain access to data in two iPhones belonging to a Saudi national who killed three U.S. sailors at a military base in Pensacola, Florida, the Justice Department continues to criticize Apple's refusal to offer law enforcement a backdoor to its encrypted devices.
U.S. facilities that produce, use or store hazardous chemicals are vulnerable to cyberattacks, in part because cybersecurity guidelines from the Department of Homeland Security are outdated, according to a recent GAO audit.
A sophisticated cyber-espionage campaign using spyware called Mandrake has been targeting Android users for at least four years, according to security firm Bitdefender. The malware has the ability steal a range of data, including SMS authentication messages from banks.
If an organization fails to stop a ransomware attack, how does it recover the data? Backups, of course, are essential. But Peter Marelas of Dell Technologies says organizations should have a well-developed strategy for backups because attackers are increasingly targeting those systems as well.