We all know about May 25 and the enforcement deadline for Europe's General Data Protection Regulation. But what impact will GDPR have on cybersecurity programs? Danny Rogers of Terbium Labs weighs in on the topic.
Australia's Commonwealth Bank has confirmed that two magnetic tapes containing transaction information for 19.8 million accounts went missing two years ago after mishandling by a subcontractor. A forensic investigation concluded the tapes were likely destroyed, and no fraudulent activity has been detected.
Despite the buzz about digital transformation, most enterprises remain overwhelmed by having to support and secure legacy technologies, says Mark Loveless of Duo Security. How can they simultaneously protect their legacy systems while securing their future?
From open banking to emerging technology and the evolving needs of millennial customers, financial institutions are experiencing unprecedented change. How does this impact the risk and regulatory landscapes? Kevin Malicki of Harland Clarke shares insight.
How might blockchain improve digital identity proofing in the healthcare sector? The National Health Information Sharing and Analysis Center and security vendor Trusted Key are testing that out with a proof-of-concept application.
What matters most, right now, to the information security community? At RSA 2018, RSA's president said WannaCry was a wakeup call for vulnerability and risk management. Other experts see artificial intelligence, machine learning and secure coding as hot trends.
Cambridge Analytica, the data analysis firm that reportedly received data on up to 87 million Facebook users without their consent, shut down on Wednesday. The company had worked on the 2016 campaign of U.S. President Donald Trump. But its backers have launched a new firm, called Emerdata.
A dozen medication and supply management products from Becton Dickinson and Co. are vulnerable to flaws identified last year in the WPA2 protocol, putting the products at risk for so-called KRACK attacks, according to a federal alert. Such attacks can potentially lead to malware infections.
New PCI requirements that go into effect June 30 are pushing payment card acquirers, processors, gateways and service providers worldwide to implement more secure encryption protocols for transactions. But are they ready?
The attackers behind SamSam ransomware have been focusing not on infecting individuals' computers, but rather the systems of large organizations that they hope will pay for a "volume discount" - in one case, $46,000 - to decrypt all of their systems at once.
Following in Google's footsteps, Amazon has closed a technical loophole that helped some online services evade censorship filters, but which was also abused by cybercriminals. Collateral damage is already being felt by the likes of Signal, a popular, encrypted-messaging app blocked by some governments.