The Russian cyber espionage group known as Pawn Storm, which has been around since 2004, has shifted gears to focus on cyber propaganda efforts, and security professionals need to be aware of the changing threat, says Ed Cabrera of Trend Micro.
Many organizations are uncertain about the overall effectiveness of their security strategy because they are still in the dark about aspects of their risk posture, says Brian Soldato of NSS Labs. Conducting a few pen tests a year is not enough, he stresses.
Oracle's Joshua Brooks understands why those charged with information security compliance can, at times, be overwhelmed when they must deal with frameworks associated with PCI, HIPAA, FedRAMP, ISO 270001 and NIST 800-53, to name a few.
We all see the heightened global tensions with Russia, North Korea and China. But what's happening below the surface, where cyberattacks originate? Tom Kellermann of Strategic Cyber Ventures shares insight on the shifting threat landscape - and how the U.S. must re-think its response.
When he was an FBI agent, Jay Kramer always preached the importance of having relationships with law enforcement in advance of experiencing a data breach. Now, as a private sector attorney, he can help clients form those relationships.
Security experts often contend that potential damage from cyberattacks can be avoided if organizations just patch their systems. But Bank of the West Deputy Chief Security Officer David Pollino says applying patches sometimes is more easily said than done.
At a time when fraud is attempted across multiple channels and customers still demand a frictionless digital experience, Kevin Donovan of Biocatch makes the case for organizations to embrace the tenets of continuous authentication.