Offspring of the Zeus banking Trojan continue to spring to life. Functionally, however, security experts say most POS-infecting banking malware remains almost identical. So why aren't more organizations putting well-known defenses in place?
It's tax time, and that means fraudsters are once again using phishing and deception to trick those who have access to staff member's W-2 tax forms into turning them over. Experts offer advice on steps to take to minimize the risk of your organization falling victim.
Nearly three years after the Heartbleed bug - and 600,000 vulnerable servers - was discovered, the vulnerability lives on. The latest scans still count 180,000 at-risk servers. Why won't this bug just die?
President Trump is reportedly preparing to issue an executive order calling for a review of the nation's cybersecurity capabilities and vulnerabilities. The pending report outlines a series of steps to be taken within 60 days of the signing of the order.
European officials are asking the United States if the EU-U.S. deal for sharing personal information among businesses - dubbed the Privacy Shield - should be considered null and void as a result of an executive order issued by President Donald Trump.
Gartner analyst Avivah Litan has long been the go-to expert for insights on fraud detection. Now she has broadened her focus to cover endpoint security and user and entity behavioral analytics. Where do these topics converge, and what insights can she share on the 2017 cybersecurity outlook?
This edition of the ISMG Security Report leads with news that several senior White House staffers had been using a private email server. Also, fueled by worries over Russian hacking, the Australian government plans to educate political parties on improving cybersecurity.
Attorney Steven Teppler analyzes the significance of a federal appellate court's ruling vacating a lower court's decision to dismiss a class action lawsuit against Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield that was filed in the wake of a breach affecting 840,000 individuals.
The subscription-based breach notification service LeakedSource appears to have gone dry. Security expert Troy Hunt says the privacy writing has been on the wall for the site, owing to it selling access to stolen personal data.
Privacy and security attorney Kirk Nahra offers a forecast for how the Trump administration might address various health data security issues, including HIPAA enforcement, and an assessment of the Obama administration's record on those issues.
An overlooked security setting on Twitter may have allowed a hacker to guess the password-reset email addresses tied to accounts used by President Donald Trump, first lady Melania Trump, Vice President Mike Pence plus a top adviser. What's the risk?
Russian authorities have reportedly arrested a top computer security official at the Federal Security Service as well as a head Kaspersky Lab investigator on treason charges, alleging that they received money from "foreign organizations."
Microsoft does not have to turn over emails stored outside the U.S. to federal authorities investigating a crime, an appeals court has affirmed. The closely watched case, which explored the territorial boundaries of U.S. law in the cloud computing age, could end up at the Supreme Court.
Targeted breaches are increasing and they share a common thread - a kill chain that exploits privileged users and their credentials to gain access to sensitive systems. Steve McCullar of CA Technologies discusses how privileged access management can break that kill chain.