Some 96 percent of all compromised payment cards have been issued by U.S. banks, reflecting not only the prevalence of credit cards held by Americans, but the relative ease with which they can be used for fraud, says Liv Rowley, a threat intelligence analyst at Blueliv.
The information provided in a domain name system is far deeper than just those transactions that take place. A DNS provides much more granular information around some security risks, although CISOs tend to overlook this information, says Stuart Reed of Nominet.
PSD2 requirements for strong authentication and third-party bank account access go into effect this September. Angie White, product marketing manager at iovation, discusses the implications of the directive inside and outside the European Economic Area.
NTT Security has signed a definitive agreement to acquire WhiteHat Security. NTT Security's Khiro Mishra and WhiteHat Security's Craig Hinkley say the deal will help bring more application security - and DevSecOps - products, services and smarts to more organizations.
One way to ensure greater protection for consumers and their personal information following massive data breaches is to give the U.S. Federal Trade Commission the ability to impose greater civil penalties against consumer reporting agencies, such as Equifax, a new government report concludes.
New studies debut every day in the cybersecurity field. But how does one separate true research from marketing hype? Researchers Wade Baker and Jared Ettinger discuss the distinguishing qualities of credible studies.
As fraud has shifted over the past decade from basic account takeover to synthetic identities and new account fraud, so has the field of identity protection evolved. Tom Thimot and George Tubin of Socure say they are here to disrupt the industry.