To help ensure that data is properly protected, the Ministry of Electronics and information Technology has mandated that all cloud service providers that handle government data store it on servers in India and not in other countries.
IBM and Lenovo have issued a security alert, warning that they inadvertently shipped malware-infected USB flash drives to some customers who use their Storwize hardware. The malware, known as Reconyc, is designed to install additional attack code on infected endpoints.
Chipmaker Intel has issued a security alert for a flaw that has existed in many of its non-consumer CPUs for a decade. The flaw could be remotely exploited by attackers, using Intel's own remote-management tools, to access devices, install malware and breach networks.
So far this year, we've seen heightened tensions between the U.S. and adversaries in Russia, North Korea and Iran. How do these tensions manifest on the cyber stage? Tom Kellermann of Strategic Cyber Ventures talks about the cyberwar risks brewing below the surface.
In an in-depth interview, Verizon's Ashish Thapar analyzes the results of the company's latest Data Breach Investigations Report, noting, for example, the spread of cyberespionage in several sectors worldwide. He also shares insights on effective mitigation strategies.
The ISMG Security Report leads with an analysis of how tactics used by Kremlin-tied actors to target political groups in France, Germany and the U.S. to influence foreign elections could be employed to damage the reputation of businesses.
Two men have pleaded guilty to hacking London-based telecommunications giant TalkTalk in 2015. Police say one of the men boasted in social media account chats about wiping and encrypting his hard drives, as well as taking part in the hack attack.
The government of India is taking the data protection and privacy bull by the horns, gunning for comprehensive data protection legislation within the next 5 months. Experts offer an analysis of what the nation needs.
The purported hacking of computers of French presidential candidate Emmanuel Macron, by the same Russian group that targeted Hillary Clinton's campaign, signifies an expansion of the goals of the attackers that extend beyond trying to influence the outcome of Western elections.
Citing recent data leakage incidents, some security experts are questioning whether the Reserve Bank of India's recent decision to mandate a migration to Aadhaar-based biometric authentication for electronic payment transactions is a good move.
In the wake of fraud reports, Blowout Cards has issued a security alert to customers, warning that an attacker hacked its website and installed a PHP file designed to skim payment card details at the time of purchase.