It's one thing to talk or even plan about "What happens if we are breached?" It's quite another to undertake a true breach exercise. What are the critical elements of such a drill? Author Regina Phelps shares advice from her new book.
Israel reportedly will extradite two suspects who were indicted in connection with cyberattacks that breached JPMorgan Chase and others. Cybersecurity experts say this is the latest example of how cross-border collaboration to bring cybercriminals to justice is improving.
Like class action lawsuits stemming from breaches of electronic health data, a new lawsuit filed in the aftermath of the loss of paper records faces slim chances of success, legal experts say. But will regulators take action in the case?
Australian entrepreneur Craig Wright boasted that he was the secret bitcoin creator known only as "Satoshi Nakamoto." But his claim has been dismantled by security experts, leading one to call Wright "the world's first cryptographically provable con artist."
With today's multi-layered attack surface, traditional vulnerability management no longer suffices. Security leaders must embrace a new strategy to help identify and secure true assets at risk. Gautam Aggarwal of Bay Dynamics explains how.
The emerging threats posed by cybercrime and evolving banking services, including mobile banking, will be among the focal points of a keynote address by the Information Security Forum's Steve Durbin at ISMG's Fraud & Breach Prevention Summit in Washington May 17-18.
The influence of President Obama's cybersecurity legacy on the next administration is among the topics to be discussed at ISMG's Fraud and Data Breach Summit in Washington May 17-18. Featured speakers include NIST's Ron Ross, DHS's Phyllis Schneck and Virginia Technology Secretary Karen Jackson.
Anonymous has unleashed a DDoS campaign against banks, commencing with an attack against the Bank of Greece's website, followed by attacks against other bank websites. But the impact of the interruptions apparently has been minimal, continuing Anonymous' track record for attacks that fail to pack much of a punch.
Close on the heels of the QNB leak, the same attackers have published data that appears to be from UAE-based InvestBank. The dump appears to contain payment card data, as well as a large number of sensitive, internal files relating to the bank's employees and systems.
Federal regulators are reminding healthcare organizations about the urgency of having plans in place to manage security issues, including data breaches, involving their business associates. The guidance is important, security experts say, because about one-fifth of major health data breaches have involved BAs.
The digital banking shift creates great convenience - for the fraudsters, as well as the customers. What can institutions do to reduce their vulnerability to breaches and fraud? Dave Allen of Bottomline Technologies offers advice.
A security firm claims to have obtained from a young Russian hacker a data set that includes 272 million unique credentials for Hotmail, Gmail and Yahoo email addresses, among others. But there's no reason to panic, security experts say.
Following a massive data leak, Qatar National Bank has confirmed that its systems may have been hacked. A group with Turkish ties has claimed credit for the attack and reportedly threatened to release information from a second bank hack.
Have you tested things before they break? Could an email be a trap? In honor of Star Wars Day, we proudly present essential cybersecurity lessons as derived from - and delivered via - the wisdom and wit of the iconic space opera.