By 2020, organizations will be spending $100 billion annually on cybersecurity products and services. But are they securing the assets that matter most to their enterprises? RSA's Peter Beardmore discusses the emerging concept of business-driven security.
In an in-depth interview, two security experts go head-to-head over the appropriateness of the White House engaging the Kremlin on cybersecurity matters in light of Russia's hacking of the 2016 U.S. presidential election.
Security comes to Las Vegas this week in the form of Black Hat USA 2017. Hot sessions range from an analysis of power grid malware and "cyber fear as a service" to details of two major hacker takedowns and how the world's two largest ransomware families cash out their attacks.
The 2017 RSA Conference Asia Pacific & Japan, to be held July 26-28 in Singapore, will offer a security road map, imparting lessons to practitioners to help them navigate through cybersecurity complexities. Here's a preview of some of the top sessions.
Srinivas Poosarla, Infosys's data privacy chief, discusses the impact of the European Union's General Data Protection Regulation, or GDPR, on Indian companies and the steps that security practitioners need to take to comply.
Medical transcription software vendor Nuance is the latest company to acknowledge that it's still struggling to recover from the recent global NotPetya ransomware attacks and will see a dip in its financial performance as a result.
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.
Organizations rely on a variety of outside firms to deliver security services. But how can they get the most value? Catherine Buhler, CISO of BlueScope Steel, shares how she challenges managed security services providers.
Hollywood loves to portray hackers as wunderkinds with such exceptional cybercrime mojo that they can hack or crack anything. But as the AlphaBay takedown demonstrates, a simple mistake - reusing a Hotmail address - led to the administrator's arrest and the site's downfall.
A deep dive into the takedowns of AlphaBay and Hansa, and their impact on the secretive illicit darknet marketplace, leads the latest edition of the ISMG Security Report. Also, a puzzling breach at Ricoh Australia.
The FBI and Europol announced that they've jointly shuttered the world's two biggest darknet marketplaces, AlphaBay and Hansa, which were responsible for more than 10 times the volume of sales as the notorious Silk Road marketplace.
Millions of connected devices already have been potentially compromised - inside and outside of the enterprise. Phil Marshall of Tolaga Research is concerned about when and how attackers will take advantage of these in the next big IoT strike.
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.
Two Iranian nationals remain at large after being charged by the U.S. Department of Justice with hacking into a Vermont-based engineering firm and stealing software used to develop projectiles, ranging from bullets to GPS-guided artillery shells and missiles.