Are you ready to unlock the secrets of cloud security? In this whitepaper, we delve deep into the hidden challenges and vulnerabilities that often go unnoticed in cloud environments.
Whether you are a small business owner, an IT professional, or a decision-maker in your organization, this whitepaper is a must-read...
Compromised mobile apps can be an open door to critical enterprise app servers and other back-end systems, and this survey aims to shine a light on a potential hole in most enterprise security walls – exposing potential gaps in CISO awareness.
In Q2 & Q3 2023, ISMG surveyed over 100 senior cybersecurity...
The estates of two deceased UnitedHealthcare Medicare Advantage policyholders allege in a proposed federal class action lawsuit filed this week that the insurance giant is using an AI tool to illegally deny necessary coverage for post-acute care, such as skilled nursing, to elderly plan members.
European lawmakers behind an artificial intelligence regulation that's close to finalization predicted Thursday the law will set global standards. "We want AI to develop in Europe, and this is why we want to build a trustworthy ecosystem," said Brando Benifei.
This week, Poloniex prepared to resume operations after a $100 million hack, a OneCoin executive pleaded guilty, the SEC reported an "impactful" crypto enforcement year, a bug put $2.1 billion at risk, $27 million was stolen, the Data Act vote happened in Europe, and China released an NFT theft law.
In today's data-driven world, organizations rely on a multitude of applications to drive business operations and deliver exceptional user experiences. However, managing and controlling application usage can be a daunting task. App Control is a comprehensive tactic that empowers organizations to take control of their...
Regulating AI is "like regulating Jell-O," said Massachusetts risk counsel Jenny Hedderman, but states are looking at regulating "areas of harm" rather than AI as a whole. In this episode of "Cybersecurity Insights," Hedderman discusses privacy, third-party vendor risk, and lawyers' use of AI.
As organizations globally embrace cloud-native technologies for agile innovation, the rise of containers brings unparalleled advantages in speed and efficiency. Yet, with great power comes new security challenges. Cybercriminals are quick to exploit vulnerabilities in Kubernetes environments, and the speed of...
A breakthrough star in Forrester's latest vulnerability risk management rankings hauled in $34 million to expand into the cyber risk and attack path management markets. The Series B extension funding will allow Vulcan Cyber to go beyond legacy vulnerability management and take on ASPM.
A Senate committee discussed potential sanctions and enforcement measures to ensure governments around the world obey international norms for artificial intelligence systems, after State Department officials warned foreign adversaries will not comply with U.S. guidelines for responsible AI use.
1touch.io tapped longtime Bugcrowd leader Ashish Gupta as its next CEO to help the data intelligence startup address proactive use cases around data-enabled processes. Gupta will continue building out 1touch's workflows and processes around data discovery, classification, privacy and compliance.
AI-generated attacks can be faster and more adaptable than human-led attacks. Organizations can defend against AI-powered attacks by educating their users, creating policies and using AI-powered security tools, said Vlad Brodsky, chief information security officer at OTC Markets Group.
The U.S. Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency has released a road map for artificial intelligence after an October executive order tasked the Department of Homeland Security with assisting federal agencies and the private sector in the safe development and deployment of new AI systems.
To effectively secure your mainframe, your business needs to separate myths from reality. This infographic busts 4 mainframe cybersecurity myths, including the misconception that mainframes can defend against all threats because they encrypt data.
Mainframes are undisputedly the most mature, secure and best defended computing platform. Yet even mainframes are vulnerable to the most common type of cyberattack: phishing.
Mainframes require maximum protection due to the mission-critical nature of their data and workloads. 93% of the world’s companies use the...