Automated threat intelligence sharing can significantly reduce the amount of time it takes organizations to identify, assess and react to attacks, according to new research from Johns Hopkins. Mark Clancy, CEO of Soltra, says automated information sharing with government and other sectors is catching on.
Blockchain technology used by bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies offers opportunities for enhanced authentication and ID management, as well as cross-border money remittances, says Ben Knieff of the consultancy Aite. But he contends it's not clear that the technology could play a role in faster payments.
The big-name breaches have made us all sensitive to the loss of personal and competitive data. But are we overlooking the real risks? Shawn Henry of CrowdStrike offers insight on how we need to evolve our core defenses.
Webroot has just released its 2016 edition of its annual threat brief. In an exclusive interview, Michael Malloy, executive vice president of products and strategy, discusses the report and how its key findings will likely play out in the year ahead.
Threat response is a lot like physical fitness. Enterprises know what they need to do - they often just opt not to do it. RSA's Rashmi Knowles offers advice for how to move from threat prevention to response.
More cybercriminals are adapting their attack techniques, using compromised credentials linked to privileged accounts to invade networks and systems, according to researchers at Dell SecureWorks, who describe an open source solution that can help mitigate the threat.
Former intelligence operative Will Hurd brings his CIA values, including his belief in the benefits of sharing of threat information, to his job as chairman of a House subcommittee with information security oversight. Hurd addresses a number of cybersecurity matters in a wide-ranging interview.
Unlike other security and breach reports, Verizon's Data Breach Digest is a collection of data breach investigation case studies from around the world. Verizon's Ashish Thapar elaborates on findings from this digest.
Apple's standoff with the U.S. government is creating a healthy debate about whether federal investigators, under certain circumstances, should have the right to circumvent the security functions of smartphones and other devices, says cybersecurity attorney Chris Pierson.
Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe has a message for state leaders across the nation: Cybersecurity has to be a top item on their policy platforms. And, by the way, he very much intends to make Virginia the cyber capital of the United States.
Healthcare organizations must take several important steps to protect their environments against ransomware attacks, says Mac McMillan, CEO of the security consulting firm CynergisTek. He outlines key measures in this interview.
Organizations can apply user behavioral analytics - the practice of reacting to how people behave in the information security realm - to better spot and block data breaches, says Fortscale's Kurt Stammberger.
Finding security staff members with the right mix of technical qualifications and real-world experience is a difficult challenge, says Curt Kwak, CIO of Proliance Surgeons, who describes his strategies.
In light of the rapidly evolving cyber threat landscape, a top goal at University of Pittsburgh Medical Center is to identify and stop security incidents before the damage escalates, says John Houston, vice president, information security and privacy.