The shortage of trained cybersecurity workers has substantially declined this year as many more individuals entered the field, says Clar Rosso, CEO of (ISC)², the U.S.-based nonprofit association that offers training to cybersecurity professionals.
Waterfall, Agile, DevOps... it seems that every few years, a new methodology is born for optimum software creation within an organization. While these processes all have their strengths and weaknesses, the streamlining (and, er, previously absent red tape) they bring can feel like somewhat of a hindrance to the main...
Secure Code Warrior's Director of the Americas, Stephen Allor, hosts a webinar with Russ Wolfe of Capital One, in which they discuss the cybersecurity landscape in the BFSI sector.
They reveal why financial institutions are the new innovators when it comes to rolling out new initiatives, tools and training in the...
It's not just that ransomware attacks are up in 2020; it's that attackers have evolved their tactics and techniques. And Deepen Desai of Zscaler says this means it's time for organizations to completely reimagine their ransomware defenses.
In 2011, Sam Curry headed the response team for RSA's then-landmark breach. Today, as CSO at Cybereason, he looks at the SolarWinds supply chain attack and sees similarities - but also is struck by "the scale, the scope, the subtlety" of the incident.
As we near the end of one year of living with COVID-19, the pandemic is creating new U.S. daily records for infections, hospitalizations and deaths. "The whole country is on fire," says pandemic expert Regina Phelps.
Philip Reitinger has held senior cybersecurity leadership roles in both the public and private sectors. He's seen big breaches. And he says what he sees so far in the SolarWinds attack may be just the "tip of the iceberg" in terms of government and business entities that have been compromised.
An evolving workplace, greater reliance on IoT and the cloud, and already we have seen the new face of supply chain attacks. This is the backdrop for 2021, and Imperva's Brian Anderson offers insights into the cyber-attack outlook.
Point-of-sale device manufacturers Verifone and Ingenico have released fixes for flaws in some of their devices after researchers found the vulnerabilities could have enabled attackers to steal payment card data, clone cards or install malware.
A former seasonal worker at a tech contractor supporting Medicare open enrollment has been sentenced to serve 42 months in prison after pleading guilty in connection with improperly accessing patient records, some of which were used to open fraudulent credit lines.
Vulnerability management is vulnerable. This year's transformation has revealed new gaps in processes and tools, inspiring a new evolution to the discipline of Vulnerability Management, Detection and Response. Mehul Revankar of Qualys discusses VMDR and how to embrace it.