Jameeka Green Aaron, CISO of Auth0, says, "We're not protecting technology; we are protecting people." Because of that, she is a strong proponent of "privacy by design" in security controls, and she strongly advocates for viewing fraud and privacy together - not separately.
In an interview with Information Security...
Ukrainian online newspaper Pravda has published what it says are details on 120,000 Russian soldiers, citing Ukraine's Center for Defense Strategies as the source. But chatter seen by Information Security Media Group on Telegram suggests that the source of the dataset is the hacker group ENIGMA.
Monongalia Health System, a West Virginia-based entity that reported a phishing breach in December, affecting nearly 399,000 individuals, this week reported a separate security incident that appears to have potentially involved ransomware. Are the incidents related?
The federal agency enforcing HIPAA is urging covered entities and business associates to sharpen their focus on protecting their organizations against cyberattacks. The agency has also laid out a list of priorities for rule-making, enforcement and other activities in 2022.
Gaps in federal regulations concerning the security and privacy of health data falling outside HIPAA's umbrella are getting filled to some extent by various state laws. But that's creating additional challenges, says privacy attorney Kirk Nahra of the law firm WilmerHale.
A Montana-based healthcare organization is notifying nearly 214,000 individuals of a hacking incident affecting patients, employees and business associates. The breach - described as a "sophisticated criminal attack" - is the second major hacking incident reported by the entity since 2019.
Many of your coworkers are at home, where they will continue to work
permanently. Others will shuttle back and forth between home and office
in a hybrid work pattern.
Moving forward, with President Biden’s Zero Trust cybersecurity mandate in
mind, you need to come up with a comprehensive game plan to...
Protecting agencies from cyberattacks is imperative. At
stake is the safety of classified and personal information
as well as avoiding ransomware, unplanned downtime,
and regulatory penalties. Yet sophisticated cyberattacks
continue nonstop, despite the time, money, and effort spent
to prevent them.
There have been far too many high-profile security incidents at federal agencies in
the past few years, and the numbers appear to be growing. These hacks put national
security and global supply chains at risk.
Too often, the security tools and protocols commonly used by agencies are
simply unable to protect...
Bad actors are continually churning out new exploits and variations of
malware, spyware and ransomware. But how do you protect against
emerging threats when the agency work environment keeps evolving?
Your new, vastly expanded remote workforce not only puts much
greater demand on network resources, it also means...
Think your organization is ready to go passwordless? Check out our guide to your passwordless authentication rollout. Learn about the phases of the journey and what your first few weeks might look like.
To achieve transformative business objectives, stay competitive and meet user expectations, enterprises are undergoing a digital transformation, also known as modernization.
This shift to a decentralized, identity-centric operational model has placed increased importance on ensuring secure access for users. The...
For this report, Duo Data Science analyzed data from more than 36 million devices, more than 400 thousand unique applications and roughly 800 million monthly authentications from across our customer base, spanning North America, Latin America, Europe and the Middle East, and Asia-Pacific.
By verifying your users’ identities before they access your network, two-factor authentication protects your applications and data against unauthorized access. But, not every two-factor solution is the same.
But, not every two-factor solution is the same. Some vendors only provide the bare minimum needed to meet...