Many organizations can often underestimate their level of cyber
risk or overestimate the strength of their security controls. When it
comes to cyber security, they cannot afford to make mistakes because the
cost of a data breach is incredibly high. For some organizations, the
impact of a breach can cause...
The White House officially released its fiscal year 2022 budget proposal on Friday. The Biden administration is seeking to spend billions on cybersecurity, including $750 million for "lessons learned" from the SolarWinds attack. Officials also want to boost CISA's budget by $110 million.
The latest edition of the ISMG Security Report features an analysis of the city of Tulsa's decision to refuse to pay a ransom following an attack. Also featured: Johnson & Johnson's CISO on shifting priorities; mitigating quantum computing risks.
Ransomware attacks are stuck on repeat: Criminal syndicates have found an extremely profitable business model, and they're milking it for all it's worth. So give the city of Tulsa, Oklahoma, credit for having in place robust disaster recovery capabilities and vowing to remediate, rather than pay criminals.
An unidentified nation-state hacking group targeted several Russian federal agencies as part of a cyberespionage campaign that compromised the country’s federal networks to steal sensitive data, according to a report from Russian security firm Rostelecom-Solar.
Thanks to cloud-native technologies and versatile microservices, organizations are innovating and performing at warp speed — and their stakeholders expect no less. But to stay at the top, achieving observability into increasingly complex systems is more important than ever.
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"They’re playing games," is how one security expert describes Conti ransomware-wielding attackers' "gift" of a decryptor to Ireland's crypto-locked health service, while still demanding a ransom to not leak stolen health data. The same could be said of the DarkSide gang's promised retirement.
In the wake of recent attacks on supply chains and critical infrastructure, Adrian Mayers says it's time for cybersecurity to be seen as an issue of national defense, and that cybersecurity leaders throughout the private and public sectors must embrace their role to protect national interests.
The COVID-19 pandemic created unique conditions for technology and surveillance practices to erode global privacy. In this discussion of their RSA Conference keynote, Niloo Howe and David Cole share their research, case studies and analysis.
Troels Oerting, a veteran CISO who most recently served the World Economic Forum, has a storied career. He's been there, done that and mitigated the risk. In this exclusive conversation, he shares his opinions on today's threats, emerging technologies and challenges for the next generation of security leaders.
Thycotic and Centrify recently merged to create a powerful new player in the privileged access management space. Art Gilliland, CEO of the new ThycoticCentrify, discusses this combined entity and the role it can play for enterprises small and large in ensuring cloud identity security.
Dr. Victoria Baines, a visiting research fellow at Oxford University in the U.K., is acclaimed as one of the country’s most influential women in cybersecurity. In this video interview, she describes potential future cyberthreats as criminals adapt to the changing cybersecurity landscape.
The surge of cyberattacks on the healthcare sector in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic has accentuated many critical cybersecurity challenges that must be urgently addressed, says Joshua Corman of the Department of Homeland Security's Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency.