Large healthcare companies in the U.S., Europe and Asia are getting hit with a backdoor that comes from a long-observed group, which Symantec calls Orangeworm. The backdoor has been found on X-ray machines and MRIs.
The city of Atlanta's ransomware outbreak cleanup and response tab has hit $2.6 million after a March attack froze corporate servers, employees' PCs and resident-facing portals. Some security experts say the breach response funds would have been put to better use preventing the outbreak in the first place.
Deception technology - which involves tricking hackers into lurking on bogus IT assets - can provide crucial intelligence on methods and motives - that is, if the stars align. Is deception technology worth the investment?
For years, Dawn Cappelli studied and wrote about the insider threat. Then she went to Rockwell Automation and built an insider program. She discusses the program's success and her expanded role as vice president and CISO.
As the world prepares for GDPR enforcement, a new Privacy Maturity Benchmark study finds that 65 percent of respondents say their organizations experience sales delays because of data privacy issues. Cisco's Michelle Dennedy outlines the concept of data friction.
British teenager Kane Gamble has been sentenced to serve two years in a youth detention center after he admitted to targeting U.S. officials - including hacking former CIA Director John Brennan's personal AOL email account - as well as dumping personal details for 20,000 FBI employees.
The average tenure of a CISO can be brief - especially in the wake of a breach. What should security leaders do from day one to get a good handle on the job? Joel de la Garza, CISO of Box, offers career advice.
Organizations across regions and sectors are rapidly adopting the NIST cybersecurity framework, and Symantec has embraced it internally and for external clients. Symantec's Ken Durbin discusses the benefits.
It's not just that threat actors are multiplying - it's that they have evolved to unleash a fifth generation of cyberattacks, says Peter Alexander of Check Point Software Technologies. And most enterprises are ill prepared to detect or respond to these attacks.