An analysis of a crackdown on criminals' use of encrypted communications leads the latest edition of the ISMG Security Report. Also: a preview of ISMG's Healthcare Security and Legal & Compliance summits, including expert insights on vendor risk management.
As organizations investigate public and private blockchains to secure transactions and facilitate peer-to-peer transactions, they must ensure they know who's responsible, what the system is doing, what the cybersecurity and legal risks are and who's managing it, says attorney John Salmon.
Among cybercrimes, financial fraud in particular can be notoriously hard to detect and easy to cover up. But is blockchain technology, with its distributed digital ledger, a new tool to help organizations reduce risk and improve the overall cybersecurity posture? Or is it potentially a source of further cybersecurity...
Cryptojackers and eavesdroppers are continuing to exploit a one-time zero-day flaw in unpatched MikroTik routers, despite a patch that's been available for six months as well as the actions of a vigilante "gray hat" hacker who's forcibly "fixed" 100,000 vulnerable routers.
An analysis of attacks against cryptocurrency exchanges over nearly two years shows hackers have inflicted $882 million in damages, according to the Russian security firm Group-IB. The tally of losses is likely to grow next year, the company warns.
Researchers say hackers are increasingly using Indian government websites to mine cryptocurrencies. Security experts urge government authorities to take steps to mitigate the risks of cryptojacking, which can cause performance problems.
Blockchain is one of 2018's top buzzwords, but - cryptocurrency usage aside - the technology's practical applications are more hype than reality, says Gartner's Avivah Litan. But that doesn't mean blockchain lacks promise.
To comply with the EU's General Data Protection Regulations, organizations should implement several best practices, including the anonymization of data, says Sandeep Arora, former CEO at AXA Business Services, India, and co-founder of CyberImmersions Solutions.
The best way to take a holistic approach to the current threat landscape is to define security issues as business problems and then put the problem before the solution - not the other way around, contends RSA CTO Zulfikar Ramzan.
Financial fraud can be notoriously hard to detect and easy to cover up. But does blockchain technology with its distributed digital ledger now offer a new tool to help organizations reduce risk and prevent fraud? Which key business and technical factors will help blockchain scale for the large enterprise? Attend this...
Security silos persist because stakeholders within the enterprise security ecosystem are focused on their own key performance indicators, says Abdallah Zabian of DXC Technology, who suggests a more holistic approach is needed.