The ISMG Security Report leads with views on a novel way to fund the growth of the United States military's Cyber Command by seizing assets such as digital currencies from hackers and other criminals. Also, we offer tips on how to recruit scarce IT security pros.
Organizations share common concerns and frustrations about security incident response. The scope of what you need to protect has expanded significantly - more users, more endpoints, more everything. At the same time, internal and external scrutiny has skyrocketed due to the increasing coverage of large scale security...
Today's business climate is one of unprecedented regulatory growth, data complexity and cybersecurity concerns. There is a corresponding increase in media attention, customer awareness and Board-level scrutiny.
Organizations must demonstrate that they have a viable process for managing risk and compliance (broadly...
A federal judge has granted preliminary approval for an amended $115 million settlement in the class action lawsuit over the 2015 cyberattack on Anthem, which resulted in a breach impacting nearly 79 million individuals. An amendment frees certain others from liability in the case.
A list of weak credentials for vulnerable Internet of Things devices has prompted a new effort to notify their owners. The fear is of another mass, IoT-fueled DDoS attack along the lines of last year's Mirai attacks.
Yes, malware commonly targets the Windows operating system. But if you limit malware analysis to Windows OS, you're leaving gaping vulnerabilities, says Christopher Kruegel of Lastline Inc. Here's how to maximize your analysis.
Remote access has been a concern since the dial-up days of the internet's infancy. But ubiquitous connectivity only increases enterprise security concerns.
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The FBI has arrested Chinese national Yu Pingan on charges that he was a "malware broker" for a remote-access Trojan called Sakula that was used in the massive breaches of Anthem and the U.S. Office of Personnel Management, among other organizations.
An incident involving HIV information being potentially visible through envelope windows on thousands of letters mailed to members of Aetna's pharmacy benefits plans is an important reminder that even routine mailings present privacy risks.
Analyzing Donald Trump's cybersecurity policy seven months into his administration highlights the latest edition of the ISMG Security Report. Also, Cybersecurity Coordinator Rob Joyce disses Kaspersky Lab on network TV.
There's no denying that the proliferation of mobile devices presents new safety challenges for enterprises and consumers alike. But these potential challenges can be mitigated, paving the way for mobile to become a trusted, convenient and multipurpose enterprise digital ID.
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Extradited Canadian national Karim Baratov, who's been accused of helping the Russian intelligence officers who allegedly ordered up the hacking of 500 million Yahoo users' accounts, pleaded not guilty to related charges in a San Francisco federal courtroom.
With claims of wanting to dispel "the myth about doping-free football," the Russian-linked hacker group Fancy Bear has released health records related to alleged drug use of more than 150 soccer players worldwide. What's the message they're sending?
Crew error - not hacking - remains the most likely explanation for this week's deadly collision between a U.S. Navy guided-missile destroyer and a merchant oil and chemical tanker off the coast of Singapore, experts say.
Delaware has become the second state - the first was Connecticut - to require organizations to provide residents one year of free credit monitoring services if their sensitive personal information is compromised in a data breach. Will other states take similar action?