High-profile breaches at Home Depot, Sony and others led many to declare 2014 "The Year of the Breach." But was it really? Verizon's Bob Rudis shares insights from the 2015 Verizon Data Breach Investigations Report.
Lucia Savage, chief privacy officer at the Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT, describes an updated privacy and security guide for physician practices and discusses a variety of other cybersecurity issues in an interview at HIMSS15.
RSA Conference 2015 is expected to be the biggest gathering in the event's history. What's new at this year's event, and how can attendees get the most out of it? Program chair Hugh Thompson shares tips.
DDoS attacks are easy to launch yet difficult to defend against. Margee Abrams of Neustar discusses the state of DDoS and how organizations can best defend against today's potentially damaging attacks.
The RSA Conference is nearly a quarter-century old. What is the legacy of this event, and how is it flourishing in new geographic regions? Art Coviello, former chairman of RSA, reflects on the event's impact.
We all know that breaches and cybersecurity are topics of boardroom discussion. But how should security leaders present them to their boards? Jim Anderson of BAE Systems Applied Intelligence offers tips.
Some merchants want to postpone the EMV-related fraud liability shift, which major card brands have slated for October. But Randy Vanderhoof of the EMV Migration Forum sees "no reason to move the date."
In the four years that he led the National Strategy for Trusted Identities in Cyberspace, Jeremy Grant says he saw significant progress in the use of new forms of authentication - yet widespread acceptance remains years away.
RSA President Amit Yoran's focus is on refining RSA's vision, growth strategy and emerging technology. A key consideration in honing that strategy: the rise and pervasiveness of advanced threat actors.
Art Coviello is retiring after 20 years with RSA. How does the company chairman size up the state of information security? "Precarious at best." Hear his top concerns and his advice to the next generation of security leaders.
As more mega-breaches occur, cyber-insurers will more closely assess the security risks of potential clients, leading more organizations to improve their information security programs, attorney John Yanchunis predicts.
A critical step healthcare organizations must take to improve their information security programs is to prepare for the changing threat landscape, especially hacker attacks, says security expert Tom Walsh, who analyzes results of a new survey.