Data today is money - especially in financial services, where account data is every hacker's target. How, then, can institutions mask that data and protect it when it's in non-production environments? Mike Logan of Delphix offers new insights.
Walmart's lawsuit against Visa, which claims the card brand is unfairly preventing retailers from requiring that customers enter PINs when they conduct EMV debit transactions, poses important questions about fair business practices, says Liz Garner of the Merchant Advisory Group.
In today's rapidly changing cyber threat environment, the federal government needs to take a lead role in making sure mobile device security is adequate, says security researcher Stephen Cobb, who analyzes ongoing investigations by the FTC and FCC in this audio interview.
With hack attacks continuing against banks, SWIFT must follow in the footsteps of other vendors - notably Microsoft - and begin offering detailed, prescriptive security guidance to its users, says Doug Gourlay of Skyport Systems.
There are two elements of a ransomware attack - the infection and then the action that takes place on infected devices. And both elements are evolving, says Ben Johnson of Carbon Black. He shares insight on how to improve ransomware defenses.
Many financial institutions struggle with implementing effective multifactor authentication solutions. They may lack confidence in new methods or grapple with the difficulty of integrating newer technologies with legacy investments. So, what technologies and processes need to be in place to ensure MFA's adoption...
It's one thing to talk or even plan about "What happens if we are breached?" It's quite another to undertake a true breach exercise. What are the critical elements of such a drill? Author Regina Phelps shares advice from her new book.
The emerging threats posed by cybercrime and evolving banking services, including mobile banking, will be among the focal points of a keynote address by the Information Security Forum's Steve Durbin at ISMG's Fraud & Breach Prevention Summit in Washington May 17-18.
The HHS Office of Civil Rights is gearing up for round two of HIPAA compliance audits. What should security leaders expect, and how should they prepare? David Holtzman of CynergisTek and Geoff Bibby of Zix offer insights and advice.
With today's multi-layered attack surface, traditional vulnerability management no longer suffices. Security leaders must embrace a new strategy to help identify and secure true assets at risk. Gautam Aggarwal of Bay Dynamics explains how.
Establishing new laws and regulations to address privacy and cybersecurity concerns related to the Internet of Things would likely be ineffective, attorney Steven Teppler, who co-chairs an American Bar Association IoT committee, says in an audio interview.
NIST's Ron Ross, in an audio interview, explains new draft guidance that's designed to help technology vendors build secure components that their customers can use to build trustworthy information systems. Ross will be a keynoter at ISMG's Fraud and Breach Prevention Summit in Washington.
The digital banking shift creates great convenience - for the fraudsters, as well as the customers. What can institutions do to reduce their vulnerability to breaches and fraud? Dave Allen of Bottomline Technologies offers advice.
Healthcare entities are increasingly in the crosshairs of attackers who seek to cause business disruption. How can threat intelligence bolster cybersecurity defenses? FireEye's Dan McWhorter offers insight and strategies.