In his world travels, Steve Durbin of the Information Security Forum sees the global cybersecurity industry coming of age. But he also sees the steady maturation of cybercriminals and their schemes. How can organizations best counter the changing threat landscape?
As an assistant U.S. attorney in northern Georgia, Nathan Kitchens has seen scores of cybercrime cases - especially ransomware attacks and business email compromises. And he has two words of advice to potential victims: Be prepared.
Security practitioners are debating the role deception technologies can play in a security strategy. But how does the latest technology actually work? Sahir Hidayatullah, CEO and co-founder of Smokescreen Technologies, offers some insights.
MDLive has filed a motion to dismiss a class action lawsuit that alleges the telehealth application vendor violated users' privacy by "secretly monitoring, collecting, and transmitting their usage of the app, and sharing it with a third-party vendor."
Score another one for social engineering: A phishing campaign used a bogus "Google Docs" app to trick people into surrendering full access to their Google accounts and contacts. Before Google squashed the campaign, up to 1 million of its users may have fallen victim.
Here are five cyber-related takeaways from FBI Director James Comey's testimony before the Senate Judiciary Committee, including his rationale on notifying Congress of his decision to reopen the probe of Hillary Clinton's use of a private email server and steps the bureau is taking to defend against the insider threat.
As attorney general of the state of Georgia, Christopher Carr sees the rise of cybercrime. But he also sees the growth of the cybersecurity industry in response to criminal threats. How does he envision his role in protecting the state?
Travel industry software giant Sabre has alerted hotels that its software-as-a-service SynXis Central Reservations system - used by more than 36,000 properties - was breached and payment card data and customers' personal details may have been stolen.
As ransomware assaults in the healthcare sector continue to rise, it's a matter of time before medical devices are impacted, says healthcare security expert Axel Wirth of Symantec, who analyzes the risks.
The figure sounds alarming, 60 percent of small companies went belly up within six months of a breach. And that stat was repeated several times by lawmakers as a House panel debated - and approved - a bill aimed at helping small businesses battle hackers. But is that number true?