How much time and effort will consumers put into protecting themselves from identity theft and financial fraud? That was the question posed by Aite Group's Julie Conroy in researching the new Global Security Engagement Scorecard. And the answer might just surprise you.
Leading the latest edition of the ISMG Security Report: an analysis of the impact on healthcare information security and privacy of the 21st Century Cares Act, which President Obama signed into law Dec. 13. Also, a report on the spread of malvertising and an update on the Bangladesh Bank cyber heist.
Hackers are increasingly taking advantage of new technologies, including analytics and artificial intelligence, to launch more sophisticated attacks and commit cybercrimes, Bill Fox, a former federal prosecutor, explains in this interview.
In an in-depth audio interview, Troy Leach of the PCI Security Standards Council describes just-released guidance that's designed to help organizations simplify network segmentation, a practice the council strongly recommends to help protect payment card data.
A report on the former head of the NSA and CIA questioning President-elect Donald Trump's understanding of cybersecurity leads the latest edition of the ISMG Security Report. Also, House Homeland Security Committee Chairman Michael McCaul outlines his vision of Congress' cybersecurity agenda for 2017.
With their reliance on so many IoT devices, how can healthcare organizations defend against menaces such as the Mirai malware, which exploit these devices to create powerful botnets and launch DDoS attacks? Akamai's Dave Lewis offers tips.
According to one report, barely one-third of global organizations feel prepared to handle a modern cyberattack such as malvertising or ransomware. Justin Dolly of Malwarebytes explains how security leaders can step up their game in 2017.
In an audio interview, Steve Durbin, managing director of the Information Security Forum, offers a forecast of the top security threats for the year ahead, including the ramping up of attacks fueled by "crime-as-a-service" offerings.
As fraudsters continually refine their techniques to steal banking customers' credentials, IBM fights back with new tools that use behavioral biometrics and cognitive fraud detection. IBM's Brooke Satti Charles offers a preview.
A just-issued report from President Obama's Commission on Enhancing National Cybersecurity outlines challenges the next administration should address. Observations from one of the panel's commissioners highlight the latest episode of the ISMG Security Report.
The threat landscape certainly has changed in recent years. But can you say the same about the traditional intrusion prevention system? Kurt Bertone of Fidelis Cybersecurity lays out what to look for in a next-gen IPS.
Government entities struggle not just to measure the effectiveness of their cybersecurity controls, but also how their metrics align to the agency's unique mission. Matt Alderman and John Chirhart of Tenable Network Security offer advice.
Today's ISMG Security Report leads off with House Homeland Security Committee Chairman Michael McCaul and DHS Secretary Jeh Johnson lamenting about the congressional bureaucracy that hinders passage of needed cybersecurity legislation.
Why are ATMs a top target for fraudsters? In an interview, Shirley Inscoe, a financial fraud expert and analyst at Aite Group, offers insights based on a new study and predicts the surge in skimming will continue next year.
Cyber espionage and other increasingly sophisticated nation-state cyberattacks will escalate into what amounts to "cyberwar" in 2017, predicts security expert Michael Bruemmer of Experian Data Breach Resolution.