Seeking better operational efficiency and ROI, many enterprises have begun significant software automation and orchestration efforts without accounting for the inherent security risks they may bring, says Jeffery Kok of CyberArk.
Criminals operating online continue to target cryptocurrencies, leverage phishing and other social engineering attacks, as well as tweak age-old scams - including Nigerian prince emails - for the modern age. So warns Europol in its latest Internet Organized Crime Threat Assessment.
The new Apple Watch 4, which includes a sensor that can conduct an electrocardiogram, spotlights the emergence of consumer apps that appear to cross over into the territory of medical devices, raising potential cybersecurity concerns.
The Food and Drug Administration should increase its scrutiny of the cybersecurity of networked medical devices before they're approved to be marketed, a new government watchdog agency report says. FDA says it will carry out the report's recommendations.
Why did CISOs at a half-dozen leading healthcare organizations launch a new council aimed at standardizing vendor security risk management? One of those CISOs, John Houston of UPMC, explains why the group was launched, how it will work and why managing cloud vendor risks is a top priority.
Digital Risk is the greatest facet of risk most organizations now face, driven by global acceleration of digitization. It's an issue that has risen well-above the security group, and is forcing executives and boards to think beyond the core competency of their organization; because in many cases, they've transformed...
An in-depth look at the frequency, magnitude, and manner in which modern enterprise networks change and the risks these changes pose, across all F100 FSI organizations. We highlight different technological and organization processes, such as M&A events, cloud migration, IoT deployment, and network misconfigurations...
While healthcare entities and their vendors apparently are improving their encryption practices for computing and storage devices, regulators are also urging organizations to avoid overlooking the importance of physically securing and tracking these devices to help safeguard PHI.
To transparently identify legitimate users in digital channels, organizations need strong digital identity risk assessment capabilities that examine each user's digital patterns and can more accurately detect potential bad actors, says IBM's Matt Konwiser.
All organizations should ensure that they are using the most appropriate tools, technologies, practices and procedures to safeguard their information against today's top threats, says Check Point's Avi Rembaum.
Canada, which has a head start on the adoption of digital payments, has learned some valuable security lessons that could be beneficial to the U.S., says Gord Jamieson of Visa. He'll be a featured speaker at ISMG's Fraud & Breach Prevention Summit: Toronto, to be held Sept. 11-12.
A recent incident involving a chronic care management company spotlights how paying a ransom to recover decryption keys from ransomware attackers can put sensitive data at additional risk. Security experts offer insights on how to prepare for the many challenges posed by attacks.
Plaintiffs in a class action suit against Premera Blue Cross allege the company willfully destroyed a computer that may have shown that attackers actually removed data from its systems during a 2014 intrusion. Premera contends the computer, dubbed A23567-D, was "unintentionally" tagged end of life and destroyed.