Premiums for cyber insurance have climbed sharply along with global rates of ransomware. But signs of increased competition and capital inflows suggest the cyber insurance market may be softening, Marsh executive Sara Stephens told a U.K. parliamentary committee.
U.S. Federal authorities are establishing a new office to tackle supply chain security issues and help industry partners put federal guidance and policies into practice. Former GSA administrator Shon Lyublanovits says she is spearheading the launch of the new organization.
A combination of three security flaws contained in an open-source electronic health record used mainly by smaller medical practices in the U.S. could allow attackers to steal patient data and potentially compromise an organization's entire IT infrastructure, says a new research report.
Trellix will debut a console that offers endpoint, security operations and data protection capabilities and a plug-in for network detection and response. The company has moved FireEye's best-in-class detection engines to the cloud for NDR and examined how to address areas such as packet capture.
Cybercriminals exploited the verification process for Microsoft-certified authentication apps to obtain access to the inboxes of financial and marketing companies. Among the permissions threat actors sought were access to emails and calendars, says cybersecurity firm Proofpoint.
Juniper Networks has debuted security service edge capabilities that help clients consistently apply zero trust policies in the cloud regardless of the user or device. Juniper takes the policies customers already use within their network and converts them to cloud-delivered policies with one click.
The nearly $200 million it raised in December will allow Snyk to consolidate the developer security market through organic investment and M&A, says CEO Peter McKay. Snyk has focused on bringing open-source security, container security, infrastructure- as-code security and cloud security together.
The guardrails organizations use to protect employee identities are often ineffective for contractors, business partners or vendors since they bring their own devices. Many businesses struggle to implement identity safeguards in a setting that's more heterogeneous and offers fewer controls.
The Identity Theft Resource Center's 2022 Annual Data Breach Report reveals a near-record number of compromises - the second-highest number in 17 years. ITRC COO James Lee worries that a sudden lack of transparency in breach notices is creating more risk for consumers.
Saviynt has brought founder and longtime leader Sachin Nayyar back as its chief executive to govern access around privileged, machine and third-party identities. Saviynt wants Nayyar to implement a strategy that incorporates everything from critical apps and cloud workloads to IoT devices and bots.
Security researchers say they found the Russian intelligence-linked Sandworm threat actor deploying a novel disk wiper against an energy sector company located in Ukraine. Data wipers have played a key role in Russia's hacking campaign against Ukraine.
Government authorities and industry groups are warning the healthcare sector of ongoing distributed denial-of-service attacks on hospitals and other medical entities by Russian nuisance hacking group KillNet, whose name comes from a tool used to launch DDoS attacks.
Tenable has debuted a $25 million corporate investment program to support prevention-focused startups focused on technologies such as cloud, OT and identity. The Baltimore-area exposure management vendor says Tenable Ventures plans to scour Israel and the United States for startups.
JD Sports, a sports fashion retailer with global operations, says personal details pertaining to about 10 million online customers of JD Sports and its Size?, Millets, Blacks, Scotts and MilletSport brands from 2018 to 2020 have been stolen by attackers and warns customers to beware of scammers.
Ukraine traced a cyberattack that delayed a press briefing by the nation's information protection agency Tuesday to Russian Sandworm hackers. The group, which is accused of using wiper malware to disrupt the Ukrainian national Media Center, has close ties to the Russian GRU, investigators say.