In his role as CISO of intelliflo, veteran leader John Rouffas manages cybersecurity, risk and privacy - all in one role. And in doing so, he says, "I like to fly by the seat of my pants a bit." He explains his unique approach to leadership and mentoring.
A top federal regulatory official urged financial institutions to implement multifactor authentication for all nonpublic systems, telling an audience of financial executives that a majority of breaches could be avoided or mitigated through basic cybersecurity controls.
Thoma Bravo is doubling down on identity, inking a deal to buy Ping Identity for $2.8 billion just four months after agreeing to purchase SailPoint. The deals mean that Thoma Bravo will have both Ping's identity and access management and SailPoint's identity governance skill sets under its umbrella.
Whether your organization is already working remotely, or you’ve suddenly made the shift, if you are using traditional VPN, you’ve employed a service that is exposing your organization to network-level security risks.
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With its acquisition of Infiot, Netskope now carries both the networking and security technology needed to build a Secure Access Service Edge architecture following. The acquisition of Infiot's platform will allow Netskope customers to address both traditional and emerging SD-WAN use cases.
As ransomware actors continue to ply their trade, prospective victims need to get better at all three phases of an attack: Before, during and after. Andrew Stone of Pure Storage shares insights on how to improve defensed by focusing on hygiene, authentication, awareness and logging.
Continued supply chain costs dampened an otherwise positive Q2 earnings report for Check Point. The company is spending historic amounts on buying raw materials on the open market and shipping those materials to the production line - an expense issue expected to stretch into 2023.
Since its inception in 2018, XDR has become somewhat of a powder-keg topic. It has garnered everything from praise to skepticism about its abilities and expectations.
Yet, rather than debate the nuances of individual offerings, check out this healthy discussion on the myths and misconceptions about XDR to cut...
According to ESG, “More than half of IT and security professionals involved with cybersecurity surveyed think SecOps is more difficult today vs. two years ago.” Yet, improvements are taking place as teams adopt future-forward practices, including deploying XDR solutions. In this e-book, you’ll get insights into...
The Australian Federal Police have charged a 24-year-old Melbourne man for allegedly creating global spyware purchased by over 14,500 individuals across 128 countries. Priced at $25, once it is installed on a victim's computer, it can be used to steal personal information or spy on individuals.
CyberArk continues to lead the privileged access management market, Gartner found, but Delinea and One Identity follow closely behind thanks to big-time acquisitions last year. Gartner once again recognized CyberArk for having the most complete vision and strongest execution ability in PAM.
The ISMG Security Report analyzes a settlement with the U.S. Justice Department, in which Uber accepts responsibility for a data breach cover-up to avoid criminal charges. It also discusses why early-stage startups are conserving cash and recent initiatives from the U.S. Federal Trade Commission.
Data breaches in the healthcare sector cost about $10.1 million - more than double the average cost of breaches across other industries - once again ranking the sector as having the most expensive data breaches, says Limor Kessem, principal consultant of cyber crisis management at IBM Security.
The report from Israeli publisher Globes that CrowdStrike plans to spend $2 billion buying one or more Israeli cybersecurity companies sent shockwaves through the industry. Here's a look at six security startups with a large presence in Israel that could be a good fit for CrowdStrike.
While reports of big health data compromises involving unencrypted computers have been sinking for years, the recent theft of an iPad from a locked storage room - along with the tablet's password - is a reminder that mobile device mishaps can lead to breaches affecting tens of thousands of patients.