With the massive shift to telework as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, shadow IT is becoming a more critical security issue around the world. Security experts offer tips on mitigating the risks involved.
The U.S. Defense Department needs to improve its cybersecurity training programs for civilian and military employees to reduce the risks that common security incidents pose, a new audit from the Government Accountability Office finds.
Ads for phishing kits doubled last year on underground forums and dark net markets, with prices skyrocketing over 149 percent - an apparent indicator of strong demand, according to security firm Group-IB.
Enterprises long have practiced workforce identity and access management, but increasingly they are rolling out customer IAM, or CIAM. What's driving the trend, and where should cybersecurity leaders look to assert influence? Keith Casey of Okta explores some CIAM myths and realities.
One measure of the popularity of the Zoom teleconferencing software: Cybercrime forums are listing an increasing number of stolen accounts for sale, which attackers could use to "Zoom bomb" calls and push malicious files to meeting participants. Security experts describe essential defenses.
The State Department is offering a $5 million reward for information about North Korean-sponsored hacking campaigns, according to an advisory released this week by several U.S. agencies about the ongoing threat these campaigns pose to financial institutions and others.
The remote workforce, connected devices, business resiliency - these are new concepts for many midmarket organizations now coping with the COVID-19 crisis. Kristin Judge of the Cybercrime Support Network discusses cybersecurity resources available to guide small and midsized entities.
"Zero trust" could be described as the bumper sticker for cybersecurity in 2020, but what does it actually mean? In a preview of a virtual roundtable discussion, Lisa Lorenzin of Zscaler offers a clear definition and describes how to implement it in the current environment with a growing remote workforce.
Many criminals are continuing to tap cybercrime platforms and services to make it easier to earn an illicit paycheck, sometimes by combining tools, such as Emotet, Ryuk and TrickBot. This "loader-ransomware-banker trifecta has wreaked havoc" in recent years, says security firm Intel 471.
A global health crisis. A remote workforce. Economic uncertainty. These are key ingredients to fuel the insider threat. Randy Trzeciak of the CERT Insider Threat Center at Carnegie Mellon University offers tips for monitoring risky behavior and creating positive incentives to reduce risk.
TikTok, a video-sharing service, has been delivering video and other media without TLS/SSL encryption, which means it may be possible for someone to tamper with content, researchers say. That could be especially damaging in the current pandemic environment, where misinformation and confusion abounds.
Using location data to warn people who have come in contact with those infected with COVID-19 holds promise to stem the deadly pandemic. But with that comes privacy concerns. Cryptologist Vanessa Teague breaks down risks and solutions.
Microsoft issued patches for three zero-day vulnerabilities as part of its most recent Patch Tuesday update. The software giant had previously warned users about two vulnerabilities in the Adobe Type Manager Library that were being exploited in the wild.