Jim Bray of Identité, an authentication solutions firm, and Steve Ledford of The Clearing House, a payments platform that all federally insured U.S. depository institutions are eligible to use for payments, discuss the role that biometrics can play in preventing P2P payment fraud while maintaining consumer...
The world has changed over the past year, but cyberthreats never rest. According to the report, 86 percent of organizations experienced at least one successful cyberattack last year. The more you know about how your peers are handling the most serious threats, the more effectively you can secure your own...
With the RSA Conference virtual this year, ISMG replaced its two live on-site studios with a suite of home studios and produced a diverse group of interviews on timely topics with thought leaders who will be solving cybersecurity's most urgent problems.
The U.S. and its NATO allies endorsed a new cybersecurity defense policy during President Biden's visit this week with member states in Brussels. The policy agreement comes as Biden prepares to meet Russian President Vladimir Putin on Wednesday to discuss cybersecurity and other issues.
Society has become increasingly isolated and disintegrated, leaving us vulnerable to exploitation by our adversaries. Enemies can easily take advantage of this lack of cohesion to sow seeds of misinformation and disinformation. Elisabeth Braw elaborates on the threat of narcissism.
Based on Russian-language cybercrime chatter, "fear" likely drove the lucrative Avaddon ransomware-as-a-service operation to announce its retirement as the U.S. exerts increasing diplomatic pressure on Moscow to disrupt such activity, experts say. But are criminals simply laying low until the heat dies down?
This year, attackers are permeating the everyday lives of consumers, citizens, and lawmakers everywhere. The response to recent ransomware attacks on companies is serving as a reminder that cybersecurity, at its core, is a matter of building and maintaining trust.
Meanwhile, organizations and security professionals...
Zero Trust, Firmware in the Supply Chain, and the Demand for Device Integrity
What does the Executive Order on Cybersecurity mean for security teams tasked with protecting endpoints, servers, and network devices? Download this report from Eclypsium to learn new Zero Trust requirements, their implications for device...
After hearings in the Senate and House on a spate of ransomware attacks that have put the nation's critical infrastructure in danger, some security experts say Congress may be poised to take action to create greater regulatory oversight of cybersecurity within certain industries.
The prolific Avaddon ransomware-as-a-service operation has announced its closure and released 2,934 decryption keys for free. Has the increased focus by Western governments on combating ransomware been driving this and other operations to exit the fray?
The U.K. says it plans to turn the country into a global leader in cybersecurity, in partnership with the U.S, to counter threats ranging from ransomware to critical infrastructure attacks, according to a report by U.K. newspaper the Telegraph.
Fast-food giant McDonald's is acknowledging a data breach that affected some customer and company data from its locations in Korea and Taiwan. Phone numbers, delivery and email addresses were exposed. Payment data, however, has not been compromised.
The House Oversight and Reform Committee is now probing the $11 million payment that meat-producer JBS paid to a cybercriminal gang following a ransomware attack in May. Committee Chairwoman Carolyn Maloney also asked for documents related to ransom payments made by Colonial Pipeline and CNA.
Cryptocurrency has a reputation for being tough to trace - no wonder anonymity-craving criminals favor using it. In reality, cryptocurrencies don't make users anonymous. But just how did the FBI recover most of the bitcoins paid by Colonial Pipeline to the DarkSide ransomware operation?