Preparing for data breaches - to detect them quickly, respond appropriately and ascertain exactly what happened - can help make the difference between a security incident having major or minor repercussions, says CrowdStrike CEO George Kurtz.
The security landscape is undergoing churn in India, and Deloitte's Akshay Garkel warns that with the country's regulators making big moves, the next six months should keep practitioners on their toes.
The annual Infosec Europe conference in London included a number of information security highs and lows, from hackers in hoodies and Guy Fawkes masks to free ice cream and Mikko Hypponen revealing that he too has been pwned.
A hacker nicknamed Guccifer 2.0 claims to be the lone attacker who breached the Democratic National Committee's systems. The claim contradicts Crowdstrike's conclusion that two Russian state-sponsored groups were involved.
A massive scan of open internet ports confirms long-held assumptions that old, insecure internet protocols never die, and in fact may still thrive, especially in Belgium, says Rapid 7 security research manager Tod Beardsley.
As insider channels increasingly become the vector through which attackers gain unauthorized access to data, organizations must look at context-aware security to understand user behavior and prevent data leak, says Naveen Gurusiddaiah of Micro Focus.
The nature of sophisticated fraud is changing, argues NPCI's Bharat Panchal. He shares experiences from his sector to support this idea, and he shares insights on how this will affect the security practitioner roles.
Apple is building "differential privacy" into iOS 10 to try and block attempts to identify or track individual users based on their behavior, keyword searches or other activities. But will the functionality perform as advertised?
Security leaders discuss advanced persistent threat challenges facing enterprises, providing insights on how to identify and stop targeted attacks. They suggest appropriate mitigation techniques for advanced threat protection.
As cybersecurity demand surges in India, there is a crippling shortage of skilled professionals that the industry has been facing. KPMG's Sundar Ramaswamy suggests increased impetus on automating security roles will alleviate the problem.
IBM is deploying its Watson supercomputer to help organizations answer this essential question: In the face of nonstop security events, potential intrusions and patches, what's the next, best action that an organization's security analyst should take?
For years, organizations have been threatened by DDoS attacks on several fronts, ranging from volumetric attacks to application-level and DNS strikes. Now come ransom-based attacks. Trey Guinn of CloudFlare discusses how to respond to each type of attack.
My initial reaction to Microsoft's announcement that it plans to buy LinkedIn for $26.2 billion in cash: I guess its massive 2012 data breach - and the loss of virtually every user's credentials - didn't hobble the company's long-term prospects.
First the hackers came for our credit cards. Now they're taking control of our TVs. Witness the latest version of FLocker - for "frantic locker" - which is designed to lock Android devices, including smart TVs.