A month-plus into pandemic response, what have enterprises learned from deploying and securing a nearly fully-remote workforce? Thomas Bieser of Okta shares lessons and the benefits of accessing critical apps and tools via the cloud.
Before the COVID-19 pandemic, venture capitalist Hank Thomas helped launch SCVX, a cybersecurity-focused special purpose acquisition company. Post-pandemic, Thomas sees a bright future in filling what he sees as the market need for a scalable, integrated platform.
Fraudsters waging business email compromise schemes are attempting to steal money from state agencies and healthcare providers that are buying medical equipment and supplies to combat the COVID-19 pandemic, the FBI warns.
As the COVID-19 crisis continues, healthcare organizations need to ramp up efforts to mitigate the threats posed by cybercriminals who are trying to exploit the chaos, says attorney Jason G. Weiss, a cyber forensics expert and retired FBI agent.
In the effort to develop COVID-19 medical insights, some healthcare and technology firms are reportedly partnering to collect coronavirus patient information to assist government and academic researchers. But such efforts are raising significant security and privacy concerns.
The U.K. government says it's prepping a contact-tracing app in an attempt to help contain COVID-19. But a leading cybersecurity expert argues that the proposal amounts to little more than "do-something-itis" and urges a focus, instead, on expanded testing as well as ventilator production.
In this webinar, Mark Sangster discusses how the COVID-19 crisis is affecting businesses and individuals and the need to stay vigilant. Emerging threats from bad actors who are taking advantage of the COVID-19 crisis are inevitable. Distributed workforces are leaving gaps in our defenses and opening the door to...
The COVID-19 pandemic has dramatically changed how we live and work - for now. But will some of these changes last beyond the crisis? If so, what impact can we expect on cybersecurity and privacy? Thought leaders Edna Conway of Microsoft, Michelle Dennedy of DrumWave and Wendy Nather of Cisco share their views.
Researchers at Boston University have written a research paper that proposes creating a smartphone app that uses short-range transmission technologies that can inform users if they have been in close proximity to a person infected with COVID-19 - while maintaining privacy.
As global enterprises get their arms around supporting and securing a near-total remote workforce, their digital adversaries are adapting - and so is the role of deception technology. Carolyn Crandall of Attivo Networks discusses how deception can help mitigate new risks.
The financial sector is more vulnerable than ever to stealthy and persistent cyber-attacks, especially as much of the industry workforce goes remote.
Join Justin Fier, Darktrace's Director of Cyber Intelligence and Analysis, as he deep-dives into the cyber risks that financial institutions now face, including...
A recently uncovered spear-phishing campaign is using fears of the COVID-19 pandemic to spread an information stealer called LokiBot. FortiGuard Labs researchers find that cybercriminals are once again using World Health Organization images as a lure.