Careless and malicious insiders, overly complex IT infrastructure and having an excess of privileged users continue to pose serious risks to the integrity of corporate cybersecurity practices, says Timothy Brown of SolarWinds.
The state of endpoint security might appear good at first glance, but look below the surface and the situation may not be as rosy as it seems, says Christy Wyatt, CEO of Absolute, based on her company's new "2020 Endpoint Resilience Report."
Wall Street has been hit by the twin threats of the new coronavirus as well as oil prices plummeting, with the Dow dropping 2,000 points on Monday for its worst day in 12 years. Amidst fears that a recession could tank the global economy, some experts still see upsides for the cybersecurity sector.
New ransomware variants are targeting managed service and cloud service providers: This is one of the predictions made by WatchGuard Technologies for 2020. CTO Corey Nachreiner discusses the top three predictions.
Federal government agencies face unique cybersecurity risks, and as a result they often place tight restrictions on mobile devices in the workplace. Michael Campbell of Privoro says it's time to loosen these restrictions because they are negatively impacting missions, recruitment and retention.
Among the many cybersecurity and privacy risks involving the fast evolving global coronavirus outbreak are potential concerns related to the technology assessments during trial or vaccine research, says cyber risk management in global digital health expert Stanley Mierzwa of Kean University in Union, New Jersey.
The California Consumer Privacy Act, the EU's General Data Protection Regulation and other privacy laws are focused on making enterprises and boards of directors more accountable, says Marc Cohen of ePlus Technology, who discusses compliance issues.
Harvard Kennedy School Professor Juliette Kayyem - well known as a CNN cybersecurity analyst - spoke at RSA 2020 and visited ISMG's studios to share insights on nation-state threats and election security.
Targeted ransomware attacks continue to increase as gangs seek to obtain bigger ransom payoffs by hitting larger targets, aided by a cybercrime services economy that provides access to tools and tactics that were previously the domain of APT groups, security experts warn.
A former acting inspector general of the Department of Homeland Security and another official have been indicted for allegedly stealing DHS proprietary software and databases and then attempting to resell the technology back to the government.
Many organizations have leapfrogged from "cloud concerns" to "cloud first" mindsets. What are the implications for encryption and access control in a multi-cloud environment? Lee Waskevich of ePlus and Todd Moore of Thales discuss the challenges and solutions.
For maximum effectiveness, security-as-a-service solutions can no longer simply be reactive, but must instead be predictive, says Mat Gyde, CEO Security Division, NTT Ltd., and Palo Alto Network's Karl Soderlund, as they describe their companies' new partnership.