Why are attacks so successful? Legacy endpoint security products are creating more problems than they solve. There is too much cost and complexity, defenses aren't keeping up, and security staff is stretched thin.
As organizations are seeing higher numbers of people working remotely, including parts of their IT team, the need for stronger endpoint management is even more important. Automating routine tasks can also be great for business as it drives key business growth by increasing productivity through the automation of of...
Traditional server security controls were not built for ransomware, cryptojacking and other modern attacks. Paul Murray of Sophos discusses deep learning, anti-exploit technology and other key elements of the new wave of server defenses.
The hacking of an email account of a medical clinic employee during travels overseas demonstrates the risks posed to data when workers travel. Security experts offer insights on mitigating those risks.
As part of a sweeping plan to "modernize" Medicare, federal regulators are also proposing to expand reimbursements for telehealth services. But what are the potential privacy and security concerns that healthcare providers need to address if they offer more telehealth services for patients?
To stop fraudsters, iovation's John Marsden wants organizations not just to ask customers to verify their personal details. He also wants organizations to take a good, hard look at the devices that alleged customers are using.
A Shift Toward a Human-Centric Approach to Information Security
Every IT security department's job, to protect data, has become more challenging as the security perimeter has dissolved with the adoption of cloud applications. The traditional threat-centric approach is to apply rigid policies to a dynamic...
Patch management problem: Organizations must identify and fix all new vulnerabilities in their software and hardware as quickly as possible. Unfortunately, on average, attackers keep exploiting flaws faster than they're being patched, says Tenable's Gavin Millard.
With endpoint security, the fundamental concept was always to detect and prevent. Mature security strategies today are increasingly looking at response and remediation as well to complete the cycle, says Shrenik Bhayani of Kaspersky Lab.
The explosive growth of IP networking has let a genie out of the bottle. The more an organization or nation is connected to the internet, the more vulnerable it becomes. The challenge is finding the right balance between "can" and "should" - the fact that we can connect every person, server, app, and cloud vs. the...
Deployed at the network layer, segmentation was first developed to improve network performance. But as cybersecurity experts have realized that a "perimeter only" approach to security is not working, it has become increasingly clear the micro-segmentation is foundational to data center and cloud security. ...
What are hot cybersecurity topics in Scotland? The "International Conference on Big Data in Cyber Security" in Edinburgh focused on everything from securing the internet of things the rise of CEO fraud to the origins of "cyber" and how to conduct digital forensic investigations on cloud servers.
The endpoint security marketplace is so full of indefensible marketing claims that making an educated decision is increasingly difficult.
This guide will provide clarity by walking you through the key preventative technologies and why you need them. It will also show you how different vendors stack up in...
A lack of standards spelling out to manufacturers their responsibilities for addressing the cybersecurity of their medical devices - especially legacy products - has left a big burden on the healthcare entities that use these devices, says Cletis Earle, CIO at Kaleida Health.