Cyber defense is no longer about staying a step ahead - it's about trying to remain no further than a step behind the adversaries, says Moshe Ishai of HolistiCyber, who shares insights on how to regain an advantage.
Nation-state actors, cybercriminals, hacktivists - each of these adversaries poses threats to enterprises. But how can organizations prioritize the threats and respond based on business risks? Craig Harber of Fidelis Cybersecurity discusses advanced threats and how to raise the bar on response.
The 2016 SANS Security Analytics survey found that 26% of organizations feel as though they still can't baseline normal behavior in their IT environments. Security teams can't find people with the right skill sets to manage notoriously complex SIEM and analytics tools.
Given the challenges organizations face in...
SIEM technology is evolving to maintain relevancy as the key technology to support threat detection and incident response activities. Security and risk management leaders looking for a new SIEM solution or vendor should leverage this Gartner research report to capitalize on the changes taking place.
Legacy SIEMs require security analysts to spend time switching between solutions and screens while hunting down threats, manually remediating breaches, and tweaking manual rules.
A next-generation SIEM uses integrated SOAR to drive security response through automated case creation and management, ending swivel...
According to Forrester Research*, digital transformation "rewrites the rules of business." Savvy organizations that understand and drive forward digital innovation ultimately win the competitive race for customers and revenue. Moreover, as digital transformation reshapes the modern enterprise, it reinvents the role of...
Digital transformation is rewriting the rules of business. It's a key part of winning the race for customers and revenue, but rapid innovation also introduces new security challenges that push the limits of how much users trust the very systems that enable it.
These transformations reinvent the role of security...
Providence Health Plan says some of its members were among the nearly 3 million individuals affected by a data breach revealed by health plan administrator Dominion National in June. What lessons are emerging from that security incident and others involving third parties?
What role does security play in an enterprise's digital transformation? ISMG and Nominet recently raised this question to a group of security leaders in Las Vegas. The answers were eye-opening. Stuart Reed of Nominet shares his reaction to the roundtable discussion.
Multifactor authentication remains an industry best practice
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Following racist and anti-Semitic tweets being posted for a short time to Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey's hijacked account - despite his use of two-factor authentication - Twitter blamed the security lapse on an unnamed mobile provider. A group called "Chuckling Squad" appears to be responsible.
Foxit Software, the developer of popular PDF and document software, says user accounts were compromised in a breach. The company, which has 560 million users, isn't saying how the breach occurred, how many accounts were affected or for how long.
Bulgaria's Personal Data Protection Commission has fined the nation's tax agency $2.9 million for failing to stop a breach that leaked tax records for nearly all of the country's citizens. Meanwhile, prosecutors have filed related criminal charges against employees of a penetration testing company.
Applying a "zero trust" model is fast becoming essential for organizations as the mobile workforce uses a variety of devices to access applications and services running in-house and with external providers, says Duo Security's Jaret Osborne.