How many ways do U.S. businesses need to be told to lock down their systems to safeguard themselves from ransomware? That's the focus of a new, joint cybersecurity advisory from the U.S. government pertaining to BlackMatter, following an advisory issued last month about Conti.
Managing the balance between business innovation and operational needs, with enhanced cybersecurity risk management is creating a global ‘talent crunch.’ The scarcity of highly skilled cybersecurity resources, along with organizations looking to leverage Zero Trust, implement least privilege and just-in-time...
Criminal hackers don't break for lunches, weekends or holidays. Of course, that's just one of many challenges facing information security teams, as they attempt to maximize visibility and minimize complexity while protecting their business around the clock, says Peter Van Lierde, the CISO of energy firm Sibelga.
Organizations should take a "zero trust" approach to secure their identities, as being able to authenticate and authorize every resource access will minimize risk, says Ivan Lai, solution strategy architect - access for Asia-Pacific and Japan at CyberArk.
Four federal agencies have been awarded $311 million to bolster the U.S. government's cyber defenses and address IT modernization challenges, according to the interagency board of the Technology Modernization Fund, a federal funding source, which made the announcement Thursday.
As DNS remains a favorite target for attack vectors, organizations need to build unified security by establishing harmonized DNS traffic and communication to prevent data exfiltration, say Alvin Rodrigues and Pankaj Chawla from Infoblox.
Microsoft has officially gone fully passwordless, allowing Windows users to replace their alphanumeric passwords with one of several substitute sign-in technologies to gain entry into a Microsoft product - a move received positively by industry insiders.
In the 20 years since the Sept. 11, 2001, al Qaida terrorist attacks on targets in the U.S., the need to shore up critical infrastructure and build resilience into systems remains a priority. But over the past two decades, concerns about physical threats have been displaced by cyber concerns.
To help balance security and user convenience, organizations should offer centralized user access to applications, says Krishnamurthy Rajesh, head of IT and information security at ICRA, an India-based credit rating agency.
The past year has been a milestone one for RSA and for RSA Conference alike. In this exclusive interview, RSA Group CEO Rohit Ghai discusses the changes, the state of secure identity and the role XDR will play in shaping cybersecurity's future.
Remote work isn’t a trend, but a new way for businesses to operate. There’s no longer a defined parameter to operate. Instead, IT teams are coping with multiple devices, networks, locations and ways of enabling employees to access professional applications. Cybercriminals are capitalising on this opportunity.