Monsoon season in India can result in extreme rainfall but a ransomware attack in the southwestern state of Goa is preventing state authorities from obtaining data from flood monitors located on major rivers. The attack appears to have been made with a variant of Phobos ransomware.
The access landscape has changed. The traditional perimeters are dissolving, and as organizations move to a decentralized workforce and network architecture (including servers, data centers, access points, and more), what was previously safe behind a network wall is no longer protected.
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The Biden executive order on cybersecurity was a catalyst for action, with tight delivery times for steps including promotion of SBOMs and zero trust. The cyber-physical nexus and expanding threat surface mean it's not easy to maintain vigilance, but recognizing that is the first step.
Unemployment benefits websites across the United States are offline after a malware attack was detected at third-party vendor Geographic Solutions Inc. The vendor, which serves dozens of state labor departments, says no personally identifiable information has been affected by the attack.
Structured and unstructured data are both integral parts of a company’s data ecosystem. Understanding the fundamental differences between these types of data is critical to being able to have an effective security solution across your organization.
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As you grow your third-party ecosystem, it is increasingly difficult to manage and mitigate cyber risk to meet your security standards. Onboarding a new vendor, assessing existing 3rd parties, and trying to clearly communicate security performance across the organization are relentless yet necessary tasks. BitSight...
Modern applications and architectures are permeating more deeply into organizations to transform back-office functions as well as those that directly affect the customer experience, according to Kara Sprague, F5's executive vice president and general manager of application delivery.
The need to secure cloud workloads and environments isn't new, but a surge of funding and attention has come to the sector over the past year. One of the most acclaimed cloud security startups has been Wiz, which in October raised $250 million on a $6 billion valuation.
Ransomware has changed the risk landscape for suppliers and is forcing companies to reconsider their risk relationships, says Kelly White, co-founder and CEO of RiskRecon. He discusses the correlation between cyber hygiene, ransomware and data loss.
Former ISACA board chair Rob Clyde shares highlights from ISACA's "Supply Chain Security Gaps: A 2022 Global Research Report," in which 25% of respondents say they experienced a supply chain attack last year, and offers recommendations for assessments and testing of software.
Throughout the pandemic, more organizations have embraced managed service providers, but the same economies of scale that attract customers also make MSPs an increasing target of attackers, says Candid Wüest, vice president of cyber protection research at Acronis.
As the Russia-Ukraine war continues, many commentators continue to highlight the lack of Russian cyberattacks. But The Chertoff Group's Chad Sweet says Russian cyberattacks remain fast and furious, although Moscow continues to publicly downplay both the attacks and their relative failure.
The discovery and subsequent exploitation of a critical zero-day vulnerability in Apache's Log4j open-source library has highlighted the importance of code security in today's threat landscape, says Steve Wilson, security chief product officer at Contrast.
The war between Russia and Ukraine isn't an abstract concern for SecurityScorecard CEO Aleksandr Yampolskiy. It's a deeply personal one since Yampolskiy, who is now a U.S. citizen, grew up in Russia and rode the train to Ukraine every summer to visit his grandmother.
How can companies make their cybersecurity posture more transparent to stakeholders? That's a question being asked by both boards of directors and potential investors, says Stephen Boyer, founder and CTO of BitSight. He discusses the impact of new regulations and guidance from agencies.