It's not the emerging technology or the increasingly complex threat landscape. Instead, people and process are what prove to be consistently the most challenging parts of the job for Caleb Sima, chief security officer at Robinhood.
Please don't pay ransoms, authorities continue to urge. Britain's lead cyber agency and privacy watchdog are now making that appeal directly to legal advisers, warning them that paying a ransom offers no data protection upsides and won't lessen any fine they might face.
The enterprise, workforce, attack surface and threat landscape all have transformed over the past two years. How has the concept of cyber resilience also transformed? Kris Lovejoy of Kyndryl shares insights on resilience maturity and why it's about recovery.
The Biden administration continues to react to the Supreme Court's overturn of precedent guaranteeing a constitutional right to abortion, issuing Friday an executive order that includes provisions to help safeguard the privacy of patients' data.
Coalition has secured $250 million on a $5 billion valuation to grow in the United Kingdom and accelerate its executive risk coverage business. The money will allow Coalition to push beyond the United States and Canada into the U.K. by the end of 2022 and cover additional executive risk segments.
Monsoon season in India can result in extreme rainfall but a ransomware attack in the southwestern state of Goa is preventing state authorities from obtaining data from flood monitors located on major rivers. The attack appears to have been made with a variant of Phobos ransomware.
Four ISMG editors discuss important cybersecurity issues, including the hot topics at ISMG roundtable discussions - such as challenges around software supply chain security, highlights from ISMG's upcoming Healthcare Summit, and how some cybersecurity vendors are creating their own venture funds.
The rapid shift to remote working early in the pandemic and the discovery of serious new flaws such as Log4j have driven criminals to continue probing "what's vulnerable, and how to exploit it," says Casey Ellis, CTO and founder of Bugcrowd. Here's how he recommends organizations respond.
It's been a year since President Biden's executive order that called out zero trust as a primary focus. Richard "Chit" Chitamitre of Corelight discusses the prevalent misunderstandings about zero trust, as well as use cases for how to embrace the framework and make measurable progress along the way.
Google's move to soon begin deleting location history pertaining to individuals' visits to facilities offering sensitive healthcare services is a step in the right direction, but experts say technology firms and others could do more to better protect the privacy of health data.
FBI Director Christopher Wray and MI5 Director General Ken McCallum put business and academic leaders on alert over Chinese government-led intellectual property theft, telling an audience in London to think twice about doing business with Beijing.
Anneka Gupta, chief product officer at Rubrik, discusses embedding zero trust principles into how the security company provides data resilience, data observability and data recovery for organizations. She also describes the "software-first" approach of building immutability directly into software.
Employees are leaving at an unprecedented rate. As a result, the Great Resignation has created more opportunities for data loss than ever before. According to the 2022 Voice of the CISO report, CISOs agree that protecting data has become an increased challenge. So, how do you protect your organization against data...
The Django web framework patched a high-severity vulnerability affecting its main branch and three other versions - 3.2, 4.0 and 4.1. Developers who match inputs against safelists are unaffected. There are more than 91,000 websites using the Django framework, many of them based in the United States.