The telecom sector in India has repeatedly been targeted by malware attacks, raising serious concerns about vulnerabilities in one of the largest local business sectors. As a result, some security experts are calling for stronger enforcement of regulations and more frequent security audits.
Danish shipping giant Maersk faces losses of $200 million to $300 million as a result of the NotPetya global malware outbreak. Others, including FedEx and household goods manufacturer Reckitt Benckiser, are also beginning to estimate NotPetya's financial impact on their business.
Leading the latest edition of the ISMG Security Report: An interview with the head of a new cyber initiative to help political campaigns and local, state and federal election officials safeguard America's electoral process. Also, analyzing the evolving characteristics of the healthcare breach.
What are some of the critical action plan for firms post-breach? Sapan Talwar, former IT security leader at Adobe, elaborates on how organizations should collaborate with law enforcement agencies and regulators in the wake of a breach.
Gartner's Avivah Litan, a featured speaker at ISMG's Fraud and Breach Prevention Summit in New York on Aug. 8, says hacker attribution is taking on new importance, as traditional methods of determining attack risk and detection linked to indicators of compromise are no longer effective.
About 210 websites of central and state government departments in India were displaying personal details and Aadhaar numbers of beneficiaries. Security experts are questioning why auditors did not detect problems that led to the data leakage and say it's time to take strong action against faulty auditors.
AusCERT is one of the oldest CERT's in the world, and Phil Cole says the independent organization is now laser-focused on helping enterprises across sectors to fundamentally improve their strategies and solutions for incident response.
Determined attackers constantly find new methods to outwit traditional security systems, using an arsenal of techniques to attack from every angle. Knowing who is behind the threats you face and what their motivations are can help you implement security measures to put them on the defensive.
Organizations and analysts need the ability to shift threat intelligence from a data feed into actionable results - this is the core of applied threat intelligence (ATI). Organizations need to move their thinking away from viewing data breaches as a onetime event and instead recognize that with every incident they are...
Enterprise Intelligence is an ongoing practice in which organizations analyze disparate data sources to identify the vulnerabilities and threats across the enterprise.
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Ransomware attacks are increasingly using multiple proven techniques to spread quickly and achieve the maximum impact before being thwarted. They are going to get bigger and target other platforms in the future, warns Justin Peters at Sophos APAC.
Realizing the need to be proactive in combatting cyberattacks, more organizations are taking a new approach to security operation centers, transforming them into cyber defense centers. What technologies play a key role?
It's rare to read a headline concerning a data breach and not think about how it relates to the shortage of skilled cyber-incident and fraud responders. Without an adequate workforce, fraud and security teams are overwhelmed by the current volume of alerts they receive on a daily basis. What's more, the shortage of...
On the eve of Europe's biggest annual cybersecurity conference, and scores of interviews with some of the world's leading information security experts, I'm asking how the London Bridge attacks will change the tenor of at least some of these discussions.
Cybersecurity incidents have evolved considerably since the TJX and Heartland breaches of 2007-08. And so has the discipline of incident response, says former prosecutor Kim Peretti, now a partner at the law firm Alston & Bird. She defines incident response 2.0.