The long-awaited, wide-ranging cybersecurity legislation that would update the laws that govern how the federal government would secure its IT systems and help safeguard vital private networks has been introduced in the Senate.
Have corporate account takeover incidents abated? Are banking institutions ready to conform to the FFIEC Authentication Guidance? These questions are posed by the Faces of Fraud Survey. Take the survey now.
President Obama, at a Virginia community college, outlines his budget that calls for strengthening government cybersecurity as the administration plans to reduce overall IT spending by more than a half-billion next year.
Cloud computing gives the jitters to those charged with protecting their organization's IT assets. To gauge the concerns of security professionals about cloud computing, we're fielding a global survey covering all industries. We want to know your views.
The recent major breach at Zappos.com should lead security professionals in all industries to carefully review how much client information their organization really needs to store, security expert Fred Cate says.
Francoise Gilbert of the IT Law Group won't give Zappos an "A" for how the online retailer reacted to its recent data breach. So, what can organizations learn from the incident, so they're better prepared?
NIST proposes the establishment of an independent identity ecosystem steering group, led by the private sector but working with the federal government, to help create an environment to assure the security of online transactions.