Financial services firms and healthcare institutions have been at the forefront of adopting encrypted email, simply because so much vital and sensitive information today naturally flows via email, Dave Wagner, CEO of ZixCorp, says in this video interview.
The Department of Homeland Security issues new guidelines to expedite the sharing of cyberthreat information between the government and businesses. See specific examples on how information sharing works.
Multiple hospitals from Hollywood to Germany have been hit recently by ransomware attacks. It's a reminder that no organization is immune to outbreaks of malware that's designed to forcibly encrypt all data stored on PCs and servers.
Warning: Too many voice over IP devices being used in enterprise environments have well-known default passwords or no security at all, thus leaving organizations at risk from covert surveillance and toll-fraud scammers, experts say.
In this audio report, hear Homeland Security Assistant Secretary Andy Ozment attempt to assuage concerns raised by some business leaders who fear revealing corporate secrets by participating in cyberthreat information sharing. Others also weigh in on the issues.
How many networking vendors - like Juniper - have been selling devices with backdoors attackers could use to intercept and decrypt communications? Some networking giants say they've launched code reviews. But why are eight vendors staying silent?
BankInfoSecurity announces its fourth annual list of top influencers, recognizing leaders who are playing significant roles in shaping the way banking institutions and financial services companies approach information security.
Slamming a Ukrainian energy provider for recently falling victim to a spear-phishing email and Excel macro attack might be easy. But security experts recommend all organizations use the incident to ensure they won't fall victim to copycat attacks.
In the coming months, the Department of Homeland Security will implement a new cyberthreat information sharing law designed to help prevent breaches. But will the Cybersecurity Act of 2015 really make a difference?
The top video interviews of the past year featured, among others: Bob Carr of Heartland Payments, Eduardo Perez of Visa and cybersecurity attorney Joseph Burton. Check out their thought-provoking insights.
Adobe is warning Flash users to update their software immediately in the wake of zero-day attacks that can enable attackers to take full control of vulnerable systems. This year, Adobe has patched 316 bugs in Flash. Is it time for the plug-in to die?
Cybersecurity is becoming an issue in the U.S. presidential campaign, finally. That's good news because it's critical in our day-to-day lives. But are the candidates doing the issue justice in the way they address it?
After years of failing to enact cyberthreat information-sharing legislation, Congress is poised to vote on a measure this week that would incentivize businesses to share voluntarily threat data with the federal government and with each other.
New guidance for cyber-resilience, vendor management and breach notification are expected for New York state banks in early 2016. And the tone set by these guidelines may have a ripple effect, influencing the actions of federal banking regulators.
GOP presidential hopeful Carly Fiorina proposes standing up a centralized cyber command that would be responsible for all aspects of government IT security response. But such a plan could face resistance in Congress if it gives the military authority over federal civilian cybersecurity.