While financial services have focused attention on information sharing for the past two years, other verticals are just starting to catch up. What are potential legal obstacles? Attorney Joseph Burton offers tips.
In his new role at a new company, security veteran Sam Curry is both CSO and CTO at Arbor Networks. What are the unique challenges, as well as the opportunities to improve how organizations protect their digital assets?
Legislation to encourage businesses to share voluntarily cyberthreat information with the federal government by giving them liability protection has won overwhelming approval by the House of Representatives.
How badly does the president want Congress to enact cyberthreat information-sharing legislation? Despite concerns over provisions of two bills, the White House isn't threatening vetoes as it did in previous congresses when raising similar objections.
The Department of Homeland Security will establish a Silicon Valley satellite office to improve relations with IT security vendors and recruit cybersecurity talent, Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson said in a keynote address at RSA Conference 2015.
Stronger authentication is just a piece of the fraud-prevention puzzle. Emphasis is now being placed on back-end analytics and monitoring that remove the user from the process, says Bryan Jardine of Easy Solutions.
As security threats evolve, so do the market and maturity of managed security services. Court Little of Solutionary discusses the new demand for managed services - and how organizations can get the most from them.
Threat intelligence and information sharing - the quickly emerged as dominating topics at RSA Conference 2015. ISMG's executive editors share their takeaways from the first half of the week-long event.
Europe does not know the true extent of its data breach problem, says Europol advisor Brian Honan, owing to the lack of a U.S.-style breach notification law to alert European consumers when their data has been stolen or exposed.
The Internet as we know it may be heading toward fundamental changes in the coming decade as a result of an intense privacy debate, says Internet pioneer and DNS guru, Dr. Paul Vixie. Find out his predictions.