The cyber risks to small and medium businesses and the MSPs that support them have changed substantially in the last 12 months. Even the smallest organizations are now being targeted – and basic security, like antivirus or EDR and a firewall, no longer provide enough protection.
This webinar will examine the...
Alaska's Department of Health and Social Services is the latest in a series of public health departments hit by cyberattacks in recent weeks. Why are these government agencies experiencing so many breaches lately?
A new WastedLocker malware variant, dubbed WastedLoader, is exploiting two vulnerabilities in Internet Explorer to insert malicious advertisements into legitimate websites, the security firm Bitdefender reports.
Cybersecurity professor Ron Woerner defines “unfluence” as the negative side of influence. He describes the principles of influence and psychology and how black hat hackers use them on their victims - and how to defend against these tactics.
Allen Phelps, CEO of the security firm Trust Farm, reviews some of the tactics, techniques and procedures used by foreign influence threat actors to target research organizations and shares some best practices to defend against those threats.
How easy is it for a consumer to open a bank account in the United States? In some cases, not easy at all. U.S. banks are often making the online customer onboarding process unnecessarily complicated. Key opportunities to improve security and the user experience are being missed.
iProov researchers created online...
The threat posed by ransomware attacks, including the growth of cybercriminal cartels, double extortion schemes and big game hunting targeting larger organizations, requires an international response, Anne Neuberger, the deputy national security adviser for cyber and emerging technology, told attendees Tuesday at RSA...
What do the world's leading encryption and security experts think about non-fungible tokens, supply chain attacks, coordinated vulnerability disclosure and the state of quantum computing? The cryptographers' panel at RSA Conference 2021 addressed all these issues.
When it comes to faster payments, the only way to control fraud is to build in fraud and risk mitigation plans before a transaction is made, says Peter Tapling, board member, U.S. Faster Payments Council.
Nearly a year ago, RSA's Chief Digital Officer, Zulfikar Ramzan, sat with ISMG to discuss 2021: A Cybersecurity Odyssey. Which predictions came true, and how have the threat and technology landscapes exploded in unexpected new directions?
Unemployment fraud incidents have spiked in the past year, and high-salaried senior executives are often the fraudsters’ victims. Dr. Christopher Pierson of BlackCloak describes how these scams are pulled off, what impact they have and how the CISO can bolster defenses.
"When a 20- or 30-person executive team is...
The gang behind DarkSide ransomware, which U.S. authorities say was used in the attack against Colonial Pipeline Co., says it's closed its ransomware-as-a-service operation after losing access to part of its infrastructure.
Vulnerabilities in the way you manage identities and credentials are easy targets for cyber attackers. Sophisticated bad actors know how to fully exploit them to steal your most valuable IP and data, disrupt your operations and destroy your reputation with customers.
This eBook presents five ways your teams can...
For anyone wondering how the Russian-speaking, ransomware-wielding DarkSide crime syndicate was able to disrupt a major U.S. fuel pipeline, a more pertinent question might be: Why didn’t it happen sooner?