The intellectual property, including research results, of biotechnology companies and other medical organizations is increasingly a target for hackers, who sometimes dump data on hacker forums or public websites. That's why breach detection and prevention is even more critical.
More bad news for ransomware victims: Anyone hit with crypto-locking DoppelPaymer malware now faces the prospect of having their personal data dumped on a darknet site unless they pay a ransom. The gang's move follows in the footsteps of Maze, Sodinokibi (aka REvil) and Nemty ransomware operators.
Your vendors often handle your most sensitive data. This presents new challenges as third-party risk, security, privacy, legal and IT teams struggle to vet and manage the vendors they rely on most. We'll discuss emerging vendor management trends and breakdown how risk exchanges are key to more efficient business...
The National Institute of Standards and Technology has unveiled a pair of draft practice guidelines that offer updated advice and best practices on how to protect the confidentiality, integrity and availability of data in light of increasing threats from ransomware and other large-scale cyber events.
Iowa prosecutors have dropped all charges against two penetration testers who were contracted to test the electronic and physical security of three judicial facilities, only to be arrested for trespassing. The case highlights how a lack of communication before penetration tests can have serious consequences.
Will Britain's Huawei decision serve as a blueprint for other nations' 5G infrastructure rollouts? High-risk vendors, including Huawei, won't be allowed anywhere near that nation's most sensitive networks, British officials say. But the risks go beyond the threat of espionage.
The U.S. Department of the Interior this week announced that it has temporarily grounded all drone operations, except for emergencies, citing concerns over national security and cybersecurity. The agency is joining the U.S. Army and Navy in raising concerns about unmanned aircraft made in China.
To understand and illustrate the benefits, costs, and risks associated with ServiceNow, Forrester interviewed six current Governance, Risk, and Compliance customers to create a representative organization. This organization:
Performed compliance testing and reporting 70% faster
Completed vendor assessments 3 times...
From cutting costs to reducing risks and problems, there are many benefits to automating GRC.
But, what are the simplest ways to maximize value and minimize costs during implementation?
Check out the 8 simple steps for automating GRC and learn how to create a GRC roadmap that:
Scales with your...
Old compliance processes are no longer working for businesses. When your business is growing, it's hard to stay on top of data security and compliance when you're rapidly scaling up your IT environment.
Learn about ServiceNow's GRC journey and how they've moved from a time-consuming, siloed manual work approach,...
The financial and legal penalties that could result from noncompliance make it imperative to invest in transforming outdated GRC processes.
Through continuous monitoring and automation you can improve decision making, increase performance across your organization, and respond to business risks in real-time.
For the second consecutive year, ServiceNow is a Magic Quadrant Leader. And a driving force in defining the Integrated Risk Management market.
We feel the Gartner 2019 Magic Quadrant for Integrated Risk Management is an invaluable aide for those seeking an unbiased, third-party evaluation of vendors as digital...
Major data breaches continue to dominate the news, and almost 48% of organizations report that they have had a data breach in the past two years. As the severity and volume of attacks increase, the race to outpace attackers continues. Cybersecurity teams are not equipped enough to keep up, and need to leverage the...
The United Kingdom will allow "limited" use of equipment from China's Huawei for the nation's emerging 5G networks. After the Tuesday announcement, the White House and some U.S. lawmakers again expressed concerns about the global security threat posed by the use of the Chinese firm's gear.
Bad news on the ransomware front: Victims that choose to pay attackers' ransom demands - in return for the promise of a decryption tool - last quarter paid an average of $84,116, according to Coveware. But gangs wielding Ryuk and Sodinokibi - aka REvil - often demanded much more.