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.
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.
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.
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.
After years of being kept in the background, privacy has taken center stage in security discussions. In this video interview, Michelle Dennedy, chief privacy officer at Cisco, discusses the impact of new regulations and the issue of encryption backdoors.
Phil Reitinger, president of the Global Cyber Alliance, wants to make one thing clear: This new group is not a coalition of the willing; it's a coalition of the angry. How, then, does the alliance plan to channel its powerful energy? Find out in this video interview.
A year after retiring as chair of RSA, Art Coviello returns to the RSA Conference and, in this video interview, offers candid thoughts on the state of the industry, the global threats that concern him most and the significance of the legal struggle between Apple and the FBI.
The keys to the digital kingdom are too easy to steal through malware and social engineering. What can security leaders do to help raise their organizations' level of privileged access management? Ken Ammon of CA Technologies offers insights in this video interview.
Security organizations increasingly are hampered by the complexity of managing so many disparate controls. What they need, Fortinet's John Maddison says in this video interview, is an integrated platform that can enable a more strategic approach to cybersecurity.
Yes, security leaders need greater visibility into their systems and the internal/external threats. But they also need to improve how they share information from this view, says Gautam Aggarwal of Bay Dynamics in this video interview.
Financial services firms and healthcare institutions have been at the forefront of adopting encrypted email, simply because so much vital and sensitive information today naturally flows via email, Dave Wagner, CEO of ZixCorp, says in this video interview.
Behind many of the biggest breaches is a third-party intrusion. And yet far too few organizations have an effective third-party risk management program in place, says Norman Menz III, co-founder and CTO of Prevalent, in this video interview. How must they address this gap?
Keeping up with today's security and regulatory demands requires a centralized and integrated security platform, necessitating a move away from single-point security products and solutions, Dr. Richard Ford of enterprise security firm Forcepoint says in this video interview.
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.