Defense starts with awareness. And Dr. Paul Vixie of Farsight Security says awareness begins with tactical observations that can be gleaned from scanning Internet traffic. Vixie details how real-time contextual data can bolster security.
As threat actors refine their attacks and their automation, potential victims need to find new ways to scale up their cybersecurity to defend against these threats. Imperva CTO Amichai Shulman discusses how.
The business of crimeware is evolving - and so are the exploits that take advantage of unprotected systems. How do security leaders focus on managing their most critical vulnerabilities? Gidi Cohen, CEO of Skybox Security, shares insights.
Publicis Groupe CISO Thom Langford discusses how best to measure your organization's true risk appetite and the business value of blending storytelling techniques into your security awareness programs.
The Mirai botnet is just the most high-profile example of the new weaponization of DDoS. Attacks are stronger than ever, and multilayer defenses are needed to prevent disruption and distraction, says Darren Anstee of Arbor Networks.
From nation-states to organized crime and malicious insiders, organizations are under siege from a variety of adversaries and threats. But how do they focus on the ones that matter most? James Lyne of Sophos offers insight.
GDPR is in effect, and in one year, regulators will start to assess penalties against enterprises not in conformance with the regulation. How prepared are entities? Will it take a high-profile penalty to get the world's attention? Michael Hack of Ipswitch weighs in.
Cybercriminals and nation-state threat actors are beginning to act alike - and that's bad news for cybersecurity leaders and their enterprises, says Eward Driehuis of SecureLink. Here are the trends to track.
To encourage individuals to improve their security practices, begin by not blaming them. That was one takeaway from security experts at the Infosecurity Europe conference, who offered practical tips for changing user behavior and creating a culture of security.
Infosecurity Europe 2017 in London drew an estimated 18,000 attendees. Here are 13 visual highlights from the annual information security conference, ranging from tchotchkes and keynotes to 19th century architecture and live hacks of internet-connected devices.
On the eve of Europe's biggest annual cybersecurity conference, and scores of interviews with some of the world's leading information security experts, I'm asking how the London Bridge attacks will change the tenor of at least some of these discussions.
The annual Infosecurity Europe conference returns to London this week, offering discussions of the latest information security practices, procedures and technologies as well as deep-dives into privacy, cybercrime, policing, surveillance, GDPR and more.