What started as robust debates over social media among computer security professionals has turned into a drawn-out, bitter battle that has found its way into the Australian courts. The disputes highlight how those who foresake polite debate for legal battles may find themselves being called to account.
Since last year, North Korean hackers have been targeting businesses in the financial services, aerospace and telecommunications sectors by exploiting a remote administration tool, or RAT, according to an alert issued Tuesday by the United States Computer Emergency Response Team.
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.
With the aim of protecting data privacy, the government of Singapore is considering taking steps to greatly reduce the use of the National Registration Identity Card numbers for verifying consumers' identities.
A top DHS cybersecurity official says she has seen no conclusive evidence that Russian-owned Kaspersky Lab's security software had been exploited to breach federal information systems. Jeanette Manfra told a House panel most agencies have complied with a directive to stop using Kaspersky software.
How can you battle scammers and fraudsters as well as foster trust and protect the brand? For Gumtree - Britain's largest online classifieds platform, owned by eBay - the answer is simple: trial and error, says fraud communications manager Fergus Campbell.
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.
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.
The latest ISMG Security Reports leads with a top DHS cybersecurity leader, Jeanette Manfra, providing a case study on how information sharing helped mitigate the WannaCry attack in the U.S. Also, the SEC mulls toughening its cyber risk reporting requirements.
The face-off between security researchers and biometric authentication continues, with a group from Vietnam claiming to have fooled the facial-recognition system, called Face ID, that's built into Apple's latest iPhone by using a handmade mask that includes 3D printouts and a silicone nose.
India is expected to announce in the coming months the formation of a cyber defense agency that would focus on protecting critical infrastructure, especially government and defense networks, from cyberattacks.
Rare, massive data breaches don't necessarily pose the greatest risk to organizations, according to a new study co-authored by Google researchers. Also beware of quiet pedestrian schemes - think phishing, keyloggers - and attack tactics unchanged since the mid-2000s.
Dr. Suzanne Schwartz of the FDA clears up some myths and misunderstandings about medical device security in an in-depth interview. She'll be a featured speaker at Information Security Media Group's Healthcare Security Summit, to be held Nov. 14-15 in New York.
All U.S. publicly traded companies should review how they internally disseminate breach information and expect to see revised cybersecurity guidance, says William Hinman, the director of corporation finance for the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.
A federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit filed against anti-malware software vendor Malwarebytes over its labeling of two applications as being harmful. Plaintiff Enigma Software says it plans to appeal the decision.