Most organizations are still doing poor jobs of adequately communicating threat information, even within their own organizations. Shawn Henry, President of CrowdStrike, offers strategies for the C-suite.
The new Identity Ecosystem Framework is ready for review. What do security professionals need to know? Kimberly Little Sutherland of LexisNexis Risk Solutions shares insights on the future of online identity.
As mobility cements itself as the ubiquitous technology of choice, the threats are evolving - and so must the defenses. Christy Wyatt of Good Technology on the future of enterprise mobility management.
As RSA Conference 2015 opens, ISMG's editorial team discusses the event's emerging themes and how they will be reflected in event coverage. What will be the key sessions and discussions in San Francisco?
A House committee approved on April 15 a national data breach notification bill, but the committee chairman concedes that the legislation isn't quite ready for a vote by the full House of Representatives.
The PCI Security Standards Council has published a new version of its data security standard that calls for ending the use of the outdated Secure Sockets Layer encryption protocol that can put payment data at risk.
After beating back amendments by Democratic members to limit liability protections for businesses, the House Homeland Security Committee on
April 14 unanimously approved cyberthreat information sharing legislation on a voice vote.
At an April 12 workshop during the HIMSS 2015 Conference in Chicago, security experts, including Mark Dill of the Cleveland Clinic, offer timely insights on how to improve breach prevention and response.
Islamic State sympathizers are exploiting a vulnerability in a WorldPress Content Management System plug-in to deface the websites of news outlets, businesses, religious groups and governments in the U.S. and abroad, the FBI says.
The upcoming RSA Conference 2015 in San Francisco will feature sessions ripped from the headlines, reflecting the challenges security professionals face in safeguarding their organizations' systems and information.
A former respiratory therapist at an Ohio hospital has been indicted for HIPAA violations in connection with alleged inappropriate access to the records of nearly 600 patients. Such criminal cases remain relatively rare.