Atos snagged the longtime European CEO of Accenture Technology to lead its soon-to-be-independent $5.76 billion cybersecurity, big data and digital unit. Yves Bernaert, 55, will split Atos' infrastructure and data management and business and platform solutions unit from its high-growth Eviden unit.
The rapid adoption of cloud is a double-edged sword. While it offers organizations great opportunities for embracing innovation, it also outpaces security measures, leaving gaps for attackers to exploit. James Campbell, CEO of Cado Security, discussed the risks and vulnerabilities.
Nearly every aspect of modern life depends on industrial control systems (ICS) operating as expected. As ICS devices become increasingly connected, they also become increasingly vulnerable. By and large, commercial and critical infrastructure industrial orgs are underprepared for the digital convergence of their IT...
The security benefits of public cloud outweigh the drawbacks since cyber controls can be applied much earlier in the application development life cycle. Palo Alto Networks founder and Chief Technology Officer Nir Zuk said development procedures in traditional data centers are "a complete mess."
As breaches continue to occur, organizations over the years have relied on EDR to address incidents that are not being handled properly by existing defences. However, we cannot rely on EDR capabilities alone. With advanced threats entering your environment, XDR will help you not only to aggregate data but also provide...
Organizational efficiency is often hampered by outdated systems that are expensive to maintain and difficult to enhance. To thrive in today's market, financial institutions must adopt best-in-class systems for cost-effective risk management.
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OT security is being discussed in the board room as attackers adopt the use of AI and automation. Many organizations never fully implement the frameworks that define OT security maturity, and we need holistic solutions and platform approaches that address the operator's needs.
An obscure routing protocol codified during the 1990s has come roaring back to attention after researchers found a flaw that would allow attackers to initiate massive distributed denial-of-service attacks. Researchers from Bitsight and Curesec say they found a bug in Service Location Protocol.
OT attacks have doubled. Mark Cristiano, global commercial director of cybersecurity services at Rockwell Automation, discusses how organizations can develop a strategic approach to OT security that aligns with their risk profile, cyber maturity and ability to absorb change.
Europe's cybersecurity agency predicts hackers will take advantage of the growing overlap between information and operational technologies in the transport sector and disrupt OT processes in a targeted attack. Ransomware will become a tool wielded for political and financial motivations, says ENISA.
The Biden administration has unveiled its new national cybersecurity strategy, detailing top challenges facing the U.S. and plans for addressing them. Goals include minimum security requirements for critical infrastructure sector organizations and liability for poor software development practices.
The attorneys general of Pennsylvania and Ohio have slapped a DNA testing lab with HIPAA settlements totaling $400,000 in the wake of a 2021 hack of a legacy database that affected 2.1 million individuals nationwide, including nearly 46,000 consumers in the two states.
During the height of the coronavirus pandemic, mergers and acquisitions in the healthcare sector slumped, but they now appear to be slowly rebounding. What does this mean in terms of potential security risks that organizations undergoing consolidation face?
Valuations are down, some companies have left the market altogether, and some even have announced deep rounds of layoffs. Yet, Alberto Yépez of Forgepoint Capital retains optimism for the cybersecurity marketplace in 2023 and says now is the ideal time to be ramping up investments in innovation.
Contractors for the Federal Aviation Administration who attempted to correct a database synchronization issue ended up causing an hourslong outage to a key flight safety system, says the agency. No evidence exists that hackers caused the Jan. 11 airspace snafu.