The section chief of the FBI's Cyber Division says "the FBI does not condone payment of ransom," in part because it enables criminals to victimize others. Instead, the bureau continues to urge all potential victims to get their IT house in order.
Have you tested things before they break? Could an email be a trap? In honor of Star Wars Day, we proudly present essential cybersecurity lessons as derived from - and delivered via - the wisdom and wit of the iconic space opera.
For years, we have been talking about why corporate boards of directors should pay much greater attention to the issue of information security. Could a new cybersecurity assessment app help get board members involved?
As the U.S. Congress unanimously approves the Email Privacy Act, the question arises: Is India ready for such legislation? Security leaders discuss what prevents the enactment of such a law and whether law enforcement is even ready for one.
Cybersecurity could become a $35 billion industry in India by 2025, creating more than 1 million jobs, says Indian IT trade association Nasscom. But until the government, academia and industry get on the same page, delivering on that vision will be difficult.
Amidst emerging technologies, CISOs must prepare to deal with a new set of challenges. And security should become a board agenda, says Vijay Subramanyam, partner with KPMG's IT Risk Consulting Practice.
Are you making the most of all the intelligence available to you today? What are the practical aspects of plugging abstract threat intelligence into your specific business use cases? Deloitte's Parthasarathy shares deeper insight.
Even with the exponential increase in what technology can achieve in fighting security threats and fraud, a recent discussion with practitioners suggests that insider risk remains the biggest issue giving practitioners sleepless nights.
Two public sector banks recently were victims of data breaches. Experts shed more light on the possible vulnerabilities that banks and their customers have left unaddressed, and make recommendations to prevent future attacks.
A new study says India needs $4 billion via public-private partnership to address cybercrime challenges. Security and law enforcement experts emphasize the need for a pragmatic approach to tackle new age cybercrime.
Many APAC security practitioners have a better understanding of the big picture issues in security and new paradigms than do their counterparts in Europe, says Maurizio Garavello, VP APAC at Forcepoint.