This edition of the ISMG Security Report analyzes whether IoT devices will outlive their security updates. Also featured: Why security spending needs to shift further upstream; could banks be custodians of identity?
Troy Leach of the PCI Security Standards Council discusses how the shift to card-not-present transactions during the COVID-19 pandemic has created new fraud-fighting challenges and offers an update on pending standards revisions.
The latest edition of the ISMG Security Report discusses recent research on the cyberthreats in multicloud environments and how to mitigate them. Also featured: A ransomware risk management update; tips on disaster planning.
If your organization gets hit by ransomware, what should happen next? Ideally, organizations will get help to identify the best response, says Kroll's Alan Brill. He notes that many organizations are now carrying cyber insurance coverage, in part, to gain rapid access to incident response tools and expertise.
The latest edition of the ISMG Security Report discusses Europol's launch of the European Financial and Economic Crime Center, and also details the London Met's perspective on recent cybercrime trends, and to need to maintain a paper audit trail for mobile voting.
As Roger Sels of BlackBerry assesses cybersecurity risk, he sees chaos - both cyber and endpoint chaos - as well as enterprises trying to defend automated attacks at human speed. It makes him ask: Isn't it time we rebooted our approach to cybersecurity risk prevention?
Payment fraud continues to evolve during the COVID-19 pandemic, exploiting changing habits and behaviors of consumers. Melissa Gaddis of TransUnion, who has been tracking these changes, says one of the surprising changes concerns millennials: They're now fraudsters' top target.
Perceived wisdom is that mobile voting will be open to significant opportunities for interception, manipulation and nation-state interference. Nimit Sawney, CEO of Voatz, describes the architecture of a secure mobile voting system.
Beyond mere information sharing, collective defense is a concept that aligns public and private sectors in a unified front against cyber threats. Bill Swearingen of IronNet Cybersecurity defines the concept and how it's being employed today.
For an upcoming virtual roundtable, Alex Laurie of ForgeRock discusses the importance of digital identity management, the need for organizations to quickly and accurately register people, comply with privacy regulations and define and manage the level of risk involved.
The latest edition of the ISMG Security Report sizes up progress made so far on identity management and the work yet to be done. Also featured: how security concerns are holding back IoT projects and the privacy issues raised by recording videoconferences.
It's not just the latest marketing buzz. Confidential computing is an actual initiative focused on helping to secure data in use. But what are the uses cases? In part two of a two-part podcast, Richard Curran of Intel leads an expert panel discussion on the practice of confidential computing.
Confidential computing is an emerging industry initiative focused on helping to secure data in use. But how does one separate hype from reality? In part one of a two-part podcast, Richard Curran of Intel leads an expert panel discussion on the concept of confidential computing.
API attacks are on the rise, and Gartner predicts that APIs will be the top threat vector by 2022. Roey Eliyahu, CEO of Salt Security, discusses the trend and how to build a more effective API security strategy.
Verizon's Data Breach Investigations Report 2020 highlights the leading causes of breaches last year, including credential theft, phishing, ransomware as well as issues linked to cloud implementations and web applications. In an interview, Verizon's Ashish Thapar offers an in-depth analysis.