Good start, but we've still got a long way to go. This statement sums up industry experts' reactions to the two cyber fraud advisories issued this week to help organizations prevent ACH fraud and other crimes.
As the federal government attempts to crack down on Medicare and Medicaid fraud, officials have discovered that most medical schools don't offer training on how to comply with federal fraud and abuse laws.
In light of a survey confirming that medical students aren't getting enough training on how to comply with Medicare and Medicaid laws aimed at preventing fraud and abuse, federal authorities will prepare educational materials on the subject.
Investing in science, technology and math, not only will produce needed cybersecurity pros, but will generate stronger economic growth in the coming decade, says Patrick Gorman, former associate director of national intelligence.
For most organizations, the biggest barrier to cloud computing is fear - "Will my data be secure?" It's time to tackle that fear head-on, says Jeff Reich, director of the Institute of Cybersecurity at the University of Texas, San Antonio.
Responding to market demand is ISACA, the non-profit security organization, which launched the Certified in Risk and Information Systems Control certification for IT risk professionals early this year.