What's one of the worst things that can happen during a pandemic? The answer is anything that gives people less reason to trust in their public health system to handle the crisis. Enter a data breach that has exposed personal information for everyone who's ever tested positive for the disease in Wales.
As businesses and societies recover from pandemic-battling postures, what strategic adjustments and controls must CISOs employ as we enter this "pandemic rebuilding period", especially when it comes to reviewing third-party agreements and managing emerging technologies? Join this exclusive panel for unique insight...
Everything has changed. Organizations have quickly pivoted towards the "new norm", adopting new practices and new technology solutions to support the business. Security multi-year strategies have not caught up. This new norm introduced new security threats to an already crowded threat landscape at a time when...
Is "Work from Anywhere" going to go away after the pandemic?
It used to be that employees needed special permission to work at home- now they need it to return to the office.
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A flaw in how contactless cards from Visa - and potentially other issuers - have implemented the EMV protocol can be abused to bypass PIN verification for high-value transactions, ETH Zurich researchers warn. But Visa says the exploits would be "impractical for fraudsters to employ" in real-world attacks.
The number of cybersecurity incidents reported to the U.K.'s data privacy watchdog has continued to decline, recently plummeting by nearly 40%. But is the quantity of data breaches going down, or might organizations be failing to spot them or potentially even covering them up?
A hybrid workforce, heightened insider risk, 5G concerns over the expanded attack surface - these are the "more" that people reference when they talk about "doing more with less" in 2021. A CEO/CISO panel discusses how security leaders prioritize budget allocations for these concerns.
A global phishing campaign that purports to offer information about surgical masks and other personal protective equipment for use during the COVID-19 pandemic is infecting victims' devices with the AgentTesla remote access Trojan, according to researchers at Area 1 Security.
The need for enhanced business agility and secure remote access to support digital transformation has led to the adoption of the security access service edge, or SASE, model, says Rajpreet Kaur, senior principal analyst at Gartner.
Preceding the outbreak of COVID-19 was a trend across industries to transform the traditional IT stack into a new form of computing, one that was focused on enabling agility and innovation while also delivering cost reduction. This shift sought to leverage public cloud and cloud-like development methods as well as...
Cybersecurity professionals expect a spike in ransomware attacks against school districts and universities this fall as new hybrid learning environments go online and unpatched equipment that has spent months in the homes of students and faculty is reconnected to school networks.
State CISOs are finding it challenging to meet the needs for risk management and new cybersecurity investments at a time when tax revenue continues to shrink during the COVID-19 pandemic and agencies are expecting budget cuts.
Jeff Schilling, global CISO at Teleperformance, a Paris-based company offering digitally integrated business services worldwide, describes four principles for mitigating security risks for the remote workforce during the COVID-19 pandemic.
It used to be that employees needed special permission to work at home; now they need it to return to the office. In this new world of "work from anywhere," what are some of the biggest myths and realities? Aaron Maben of Cradlepoint shares his list.
The FBI and CISA warn that hackers are increasingly using voice phishing, or vishing, to target employees who are working from home due to the COVID-19 pandemic, steal their credentials and other data and use the information to launch other attacks or to steal financial data.