No SOC has the resources or time to review and manage all its alerts manually. Overwhelmed security teams often ignore "low value" notifications for the sake of efficiency. This forced adjustment in workflow allows potential security threats to slip through the cracks.
In today's world of automation and AI, it's...
As cybercriminals adopt new methods to steal and manipulate victims' identities, the U.S. financial services industry needs to rethink how to protect customers' information using emerging technologies, such as artificial intelligence, security experts testified at a recent U.S. House committee hearing.
Deception technology, adversary intelligence and early detection can help counter spoofing and phishing attacks, says Sal Stolfo, the founder and CTO of Allure Security.
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The dangers that spoofed websites pose;
How using adversary intel and early detection...
Two years after WannaCry wreaked havoc via flaws in SMB_v1 and three years after Mirai infected internet of things devices en masse via default credentials, attackers are increasingly targeting the same flaws, security experts warn.
"Cobalt Dickens," a threat group with suspected ties to Iran, is continuing its attempts to steal intellectual property from schools and universities, according to an analysis by SecureWorks. The group's work continues even though several alleged members have been indicted by the Justice Department.
When it comes to government IT, security must adapt to a changing digital landscape.
This Red Hat® whitepaper reveals how your government agency can build the open IT foundation you need to modernize app development, automate processes for boosted efficiency--and do it all while mitigating security risks across...
Join this session to hear from Antonio Moreno, Global Business Director, Security and Biometrics at Nuance as he discusses:
How fraud is moving beyond telephony in the contact center to web, mobile and other digital channels
Enterprises' readiness to prevent fraud across channels
The importance of cross-channel...
Cybercrime is surging thanks, in part, to the availability of inexpensive hacking tools and services. A recent look by security firm Armour at black market offerings finds stolen payment card data, RDP credentials, ransomware and DDoS services are widely available for sale.
Some executives are still resisting a move to the cloud, despite the overwhelming success such a move has meant for thousands of global organizations. Why the reluctance?
Zscaler's Bil Harmer addresses this, as well as the critical questions security leaders should ask of cloud service providers in this upcoming...
Apple is criticizing recent Google research that describes an expansive iPhone hacking campaign, accusing Google of "stoking fear" among users of its products. Google says it stands by its blog post, which focused on technical findings.
The use of facial recognition technology within a fashionable section of London is continuing to stir controversy with an admission this week that the Metropolitan Police Service shared images with a developer as a part of a trial run of a surveillance system.
Bills now being considered in the Congress would make the Department of Homeland Security's Continuous Diagnostics and Mitigation Program available to all federal agencies and provide services to state and local governments to help them address cybersecurity challenges.
Identify and Block Unwanted Apps
Traditional app control is failing to do its job. Most modern firewalls are unable to see almost half of all network traffic, leaving parasitic apps to run unseen and unchecked. These apps steal resources, slow down legitimate activities and create security and compliance...
Representatives from the U.S. intelligence establishment met with security officials of major social media and technology firms this week to help craft the nation's approach to securing the 2020 elections, including facilitating better information sharing and coordination.
A widely used brand of GPS location-tracking devices - for keeping tabs on children, elderly relatives and pets - have security flaws that could allow anyone with an internet connection to track the devices' real-time location and historical movements, warns security firm Avast.