Ireland's child and family agency, Tusla, says it is beginning a months-long process to notify 20,000 individuals that their personal information was exposed in the May 2021 ransomware attack against the Health Service Executive, which formerly managed Tusla's IT systems.
Airbus has made a formal offer to purchase a 29.9% stake in Atos' $4.8 billion Evidian cybersecurity, big data and digital business. Atos says it will initiate negotiations focused on both Airbus' offer and a long-term strategic and technological partnership between the two organizations.
Third-party risk is becoming increasingly expansive as organizations rely on a burgeoning network of external vendors to operate. Read about some of the regulations emerging to combat this issue, how organizations ranked third-party risk concerns in the International Data Corporation (IDC)’s Future of Trust Survey,...
In today's rapidly evolving threat landscape, cyber attacks are becoming more sophisticated, with spear phishing attacks now the most common way for cybercriminals to enter an organization. With the advent of new technologies like ChatGPT and Deepfakes, the situation is only getting worse. ChatGPT is being used to...
Ahead of RSA Conference 2023, Greg Day, a program committee member focusing on "hackers and threats," previews top themes at this year's event. Day, a member of the RSA Conference program committee, says one common theme is "old vulnerabilities and threat techniques being used in new environments."
As the massive ESXiArgs ransomware campaign continues to target unpatched VMware ESXi hypervisors, cybersecurity experts have released a script that can decrypt at least some affected virtual machines. Ransomware trackers count at least 2,803 victims, primarily in France, the U.S. and Germany.
APIs represent the best and worst of times - "massive amounts of business value, but massive amounts of unmitigated risk," says Richard Bird, CSO, Traceable AI. In the past year, misconfigured or error-prone APIs resulted in high-profile breaches at Twitter and T-Mobile. He sees more on the horizon.
Security practitioners are putting cognitive psychology and customer experience at the forefront of new product development in a push for usability, says Trusona's Kevin Goldman. Getting user experience designers familiar with products allows them to speak meaningfully with the security team.
Today’s evolving cyber-risk environment requires an ‘assume breach’ mindset.
Chief Information Security Officers (CISOs) know it. So do regulators, IT Security auditors, boards and cyber insurance providers, who are increasingly mandating adoption of Zero Trust cybersecurity principles.
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Varonis has dedicated most of its engineering resources to SaaS since the onset of COVID-19 to provide more automation to customers, says CEO Yaki Faitelson. The company has focused on delivering robust data protection to customers without them having to dedicate hardware or personnel to the task.
The cloud security landscape has long been fragmented, and different vendors attempt to separately address containers, serverless and vulnerabilities, says Wiz CEO Assaf Rappaport. Consolidating detection, vulnerability and misconfiguration data in a single place reduces the noise for clients.
Privileged access management vendor Delinea has hired longtime RSA sales leader David Castignola to expand beyond North America as well as in nonregulated industries. Delinea hopes to increase sales beyond verticals such as financial services, banking, healthcare, insurance and the public sector.
The impact of a breach is rising which makes cybersecurity as a critical concern, and the CISOs are looking for a way to manage risk across millions of diverse, dynamic and distributed assets.
Unfortunately, most CISOs lack the tools to perform effective risk assessment and remediation. This forces CISOs to stitch...
The need to implement zero trust at scale is growing ever more critical. In this video interview with Information Security Media Group, subject matter experts Srinivas Tummalapenta of IBM and Justin Douglas of Palo Alto discuss the guiding principles of scaling zero trust.