To defend against cyberattacks, it's important to "demystify" cybersecurity and break it into risks that can be managed by any organization, says Ciaran Martin, the former director of the U.K. National Cyber Security Center.
By issuing a sweeping cybersecurity executive order on Wednesday, the Biden administration is attempting to take a critical step to address security issues that have come to light after recent cyberattacks. Here's an analysis of the order's key elements.
Vulnerabilities in the way you manage identities and credentials are easy targets for cyber attackers. Sophisticated bad actors know how to fully exploit them to steal your most valuable IP and data, disrupt your operations and destroy your reputation with customers.
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We live in a world where employees are almost twice as likely to expose corporate data than they were prior to the pandemic. As a result, organizations have been struggling to solve this problem with legacy solutions such as DLP and need a dedicated Insider Risk Program instead.
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The Biden administration will prioritize cybersecurity in its $1 billion IT modernization grant program for federal agencies, which will be overseen by the General Services Administration and the Office of Management and Budget.
A bipartisan group of lawmakers has introduced a legislative proposal that would create a program, similar to the National Guard, to deploy those with tech and security skills during significant cyberthreats, such as the recent SolarWinds and Microsoft Exchange attacks.
He’s been an Air Force general, a CEO and the first federal CISO. Now Gregory Touhill is taking charge as director of the Carnegie Mellon University Software Engineering Institute's CERT Division. And he’s bringing all his past experience to bear in a new effort to forge partnerships and protections.
Attackers targeting the healthcare sector are frequently exploiting unprotected internet-facing databases and unsecured network devices, including "shadow IT," says David Sygula, a senior analyst at the security firm CybelAngel.
Given the surge in the use of telehealth during the COVID-19 pandemic - and expectations for continued growth - the Healthcare and Public Health Sector Coordinating Council has unveiled guidance on safeguarding patient data during remote care encounters.
A bombshell news report suggests that Dutch mobile network provider KPN in 2010 didn't know if one of its major equipment suppliers - China's Huawei - was spying on users. Viewed 11 years later, the report stands as a reminder to constantly review and address risks posed by suppliers.
Financial Institutions have long been a target for cyber criminals. But with most financial transactions now executed online and with DDoS attacks increasing in volume and intensity, there is a huge and growing potential for disruption in this sector.
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In an unprecedented action, the FBI is removing web shells from on-premises Microsoft Exchange servers at organizations in at least eight states that were infected in a wave of attacks earlier this year. Security experts offer an analysis of the bold move that the FBI took without notifying the organizations.