Healthcare devices pose a huge risk to organizations and their patients, as they often ship with vulnerabilities, run unsupported operating systems, are difficult to patch and lack encryption in communication. Experts at Palo Alto Networks offer risk mitigation advice.
Criminals tricked into using an FBI-run encrypted messaging app, Verizon's 2021 Breach Investigations Report and overcoming the challenges of recruiting cybersecurity professionals are among the latest cybersecurity topics to be featured for analysis by a panel of Information Security Media Group editors.
Ransomware attacks have evolved over the years as attackers have come out with new strategies for digital extortion, says Chris Novak, global director of the Threat Research Advisory Center at Verizon Business Group. He shares insight from the Verizon 2021 Data Breach Investigations Report.
Internet of things security professionals are expressing concern over Amazon's new Sidewalk - a low-bandwidth network program that will allow some of the company's connected and IoT devices to share Wi-Fi access even outside an owner's home.
Organizations are connecting to industrial control networks at an increasing pace. The need to connect to the IT environment, cloud applications and remote workers has created a definitive gap by eroding the demilitarized zone. Because of this, organizations must deploy new ways to secure operational technology...
The security landscape continues to evolve with the rise of the “cyber mafia,” which is increasingly focusing cyber attacks on larger, corporate-level targets. Now is the time for developers to embrace the need for security.
This whitepaper explores how these cyber attacks on IoT devices have changed and the...
In the wake of recent attacks on supply chains and critical infrastructure, Adrian Mayers says it's time for cybersecurity to be seen as an issue of national defense, and that cybersecurity leaders throughout the private and public sectors must embrace their role to protect national interests.
The COVID-19 pandemic created unique conditions for technology and surveillance practices to erode global privacy. In this discussion of their RSA Conference keynote, Niloo Howe and David Cole share their research, case studies and analysis.
The FDA is warning that strong magnets in some cellphones and smartwatches can interfere with the performance and safety of certain pacemakers and other implantable devices. But do they also pose security risks?
The COVID-19 pandemic has been referred to as a "great equalizer," and in many ways it is - until it isn't. Forrester analyst Allie Mellen, who has studied regional impacts of COVID-19, shares surprising findings from her research.
From identity and access management to cloud migration and connected devices, retired RSA CEO Art Coviello looks beyond the pandemic and says, "It's going to be a Roaring '20s for technology." But he also foresees a potentially calamitous decade for security.
A Belgian security researcher says he uncovered vulnerabilities that affect all modern Wi-Fi security protocols and most wirelessly connected devices, including smartphones, routers and IoT devices. Many tech companies have fixed the flaws to avoid leaks of user data.
The FTC rejected arguments from major technology companies and trade groups that independent repair shops increase risks to data security. That could help propel the "right to repair" movement, which contends manufacturers use anticompetitive tactics to lock consumers and independent repairers out.
The latest edition of the ISMG Security Report features an analysis of whether courts can trust evidence collected by Cellebrite's mobile device forensic tools. Also featured: Report shows attackers' dwell times plummeting; a call for partnership with law enforcement.