Legislation has been introduced in the House and Senate that would require a "kill switch" on smart phones, allowing consumers to remotely wipe personal data from their mobile devices if they're lost or stolen.
In the wake of high-profile breaches and data leaks, the government will pay a lot more attention to information security. Are security pros ready for this scrutiny? Professor Eugene Spafford has his doubts.
In the wake of the Target breach, the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center has ramped up Internet monitoring to detect early if the organization is a target for attacks, says John Houston, UPMC's security and privacy leader.
Identity is the new perimeter, and that concept stretches organizations into lots of new directions when managing access and privileges - especially in the mobile age, says John Hawley of CA Technologies.
In a keynote address at the RSA 2014 Conference, Kevin Mandia, founder of Mandiant, warns organizations to beware of "victim's fatigue," or letting your guard down after going six months without a breach.
Nationwide health information exchange is achievable in the next three years, but matching patients to the right records is a critical security, privacy and patient safety issue that first must be addressed, says new ONC leader Karen DeSalvo, M.D.
Cybercrime. Privacy. The power of big data and mobility. These issues are as challenging to India as they are to any global region. Vinayak Godse of DSCI discusses his organization's role in improving cybersecurity.
During RSA 2014, Information Security Media Group held an exclusive luncheon for its editorial advisers, a group of industry thought-leaders who help shape the discussion around information security, privacy and risk management. View images taken from the event.