Despite the pervasiveness of data breaches, healthcare organizations are still playing catch-up on implementing strong, risk-based security programs, rather than focusing solely on HIPAA compliance, says David Finn of Symantec. He offers a preview of his session at the HIMSS 2016 Conference about a new survey.
The Department of Homeland security sees malware provenance - which identifies the attributes of malicious codes - as a way to complement its signature-based Einstein intrusion detection and prevention systems to find malware that infects IT systems.
It used to be that security was the one big barrier to organizations embracing the cloud. But Troy Kitch of Oracle says that not only is that barrier coming down, but now leaders are seeing cloud as a security enabler.
The PCI Security Standards Council will soon release an update to its PCI Data Security Standard, requiring the use of multifactor authentication for administrators who have access to card data networks. In an interview, the council's Troy Leach explains the new requirements and compliance expectations.
In an in-depth interview, CIO Ed Ricks of Beaufort Memorial Hospital in South Carolina offers insights on how the community hospital, with limited resources, is tackling breach prevention and detection. He'll be a featured speaker at the HIMSS 2016 Conference.
Automobiles have crash ratings. Do they need ratings for cybersecurity, too? In this interview, security expert Jacob Olcott of BitSight Technologies previews a session he'll moderate at the RSA Conference 2016 that will address this question.
It's the perfect time to debate whether the government should compel Apple to help the FBI circumvent protections blocking access to the San Bernardino shooter's iPhone. Hear Apple CEO Tim Cook, FBI Director James Comey, Sen. Marco Rubio and cryptologist Bruce Schneier in this audio report.
In 2015 alone, 84 million new pieces of malware were created. How can organizations hope to keep pace with the new strains and tactics? Through advanced endpoint protection, says John Peterson of Comodo.
Jeff Shaffer, a former Secret Service agent, has investigated cybercrime for more than 25 years. Now a manager at PricewaterhouseCoopers, he discusses how organizations can protect their assets better by understanding their attackers' MO.
Kevin Haley, a researcher at Symantec, says the moneymakers behind Dridex are successfully infecting thousands of users worldwide on a monthly basis, purely through spam - making Dridex the most dangerous banking Trojan on the market today.
When it comes to medical device security, healthcare organizations need to make some bold moves to improve the cybersecurity of devices used in their environments, says medical device cybersecurity expert Stephen Grimes. He'll be a featured speaker at the HIMSS 2016 Conference.
When it comes to responding to network security threats, it isn't just a matter of collecting and analyzing data. It's a question of how quickly you can put that data to work in your defenses, says Dan Holden of Arbor Networks.
Why should CISOs not report to CIOs? And why do CISOs need more direct lines of communication with CFOs? Chris Pierson, a cybersecurity attorney and CISO who'll be a speaker at RSA Conference 2016, provides answers.
Privacy looks to be one of the hottest topics at RSA Conference 2016. Cisco's Michelle Dennedy shares insights on encryption backdoors as well as the likely impact of newly revised EU privacy legislation.