A commentary on the need for developers to be more deliberate in securing IT products leads the latest edition of the ISMG Security. Also featured: A report on Congress tackling voting machine security.
Credit unions offer unique services to a unique member base - and they face unique challenges when rolling out multifactor authentication across all of their banking channels. Michel Nerrant of Crossmatch discusses how new biometric solutions can meet CU needs.
Spear phishing is the common trigger to many of the most popular - and successful - targeted attacks. How can organizations improve their defenses? Jon Clay of Trend Micro tells how to better spot and stop spear phishing.
Organizations are rapidly migrating services and data to cloud infrastructure, creating a new "cloud generation" of users who bring with them a new set of endpoint security concerns. How should these issues be prioritized and addressed? Naveen Palavalli of Symantec details new strategies and solutions.
An assessment of how campaigns can safeguard their IT assets on the eve of the 2018 U.S. congressional elections leads the latest ISMG Security Report. Also, an update on how years-ago hacks are finally gaining attention.
With a rise in incidents of omnichannel financial fraud globally, financial institutions need to enhance their ability to detect fraud - while also reducing technical complexity. Maxim Shifrin of IBM Trusteer discusses new solutions.
We all see the headlines about high-profile breaches that started because of a phishing exploit. But how severe is the global email infiltration problem? Patrick Peterson of Agari offers insight and advice.
U.S. government agencies now find themselves having to comply with Binding Operational Directive 18-01 to enhance email and web security. What are the immediate tasks? Patrick Peterson of Agari offers insight and advice.
HealthcareInfoSecurity Executive Editor Marianne Kolbasuk McGee reflects on the just-concluded Healthcare Security Summit in New York in the latest edition of the ISMG Security Report. Also, PCI Security Standards Council CTO Troy Leach addresses ransomware risks.
In the year ahead, cyber threats to the healthcare sector will continue to evolve from attacks primarily involving the theft of health data to assaults aimed at disrupting organizations' operations, predicts Sean Murphy, CISO of health insurer Premera Blue Cross.
The PCI Security Standards Council is creating a payments software framework, including two new standards that can evolve as the software rapidly changes, Troy Leach, the council's CTO, explains in this in-depth interview.
Threat-centric security frameworks need to be supplemented with an approach based on user behavior, which is becoming a critical parameter in understanding organizations' risk postures, Forcepoint's Maheshwaran S says in an in-depth interview.