As cloud migration continues across regions and sectors, how are organizations choosing security tools, and how are those tools being operationalized? Which practices are producing the best security outcomes? Explore these cloud security tips from Palo Alto Networks' Ben Nicholson.
CISOs need to bridge the gap between security concerns and business outcomes to ensure everyone plays an active role in third-party risk management. But effectively communicating that risk comes down to knowing your audience - from employees to the board, said CyberGRX's Caitlin Gruenberg.
In the latest weekly update, four ISMG editors discuss highlights from Verizon's 16th annual Data Breach Investigations Report, what's on the mind of CISOs in Malaysia and the Philippines, and how the U.S. SEC sued crypto trading platforms Binance and Coinbase over securities violations.
Martin Roesch, CEO of Netography, discusses the company's platform, which is for dispersed, ephemeral, encrypted and diverse - what he refers to as "DEED" - environments. DEED works with the multi-cloud, hybrid and on-premises, IT and OT environments that modern large enterprises have today.
Hackers stole personal information of up to 100,000 employees of Nova Scotia Health by exploiting the zero-day in Progress Software's MOVEit managed file transfer application. The software is widely used in the healthcare sector, warned the U.S. federal government.
Bain Capital led a $190 million investment into a managed detection and response provider founded by a former National Security Agency computer operations expert. The money will support development of Blackpoint's security technology and enable its MSP partners to combat a changing threat landscape.
This week: A U.S. federal court issued a summons to Binance CEO Changpeng Zhao, Lazarus may be behind the $35 million Atomic Wallet heist, and Manhattan prosecutors seized a scam crypto recovery website. Also, the Blockchain Association weighs in on Tornado Cash, and crypto security attacks decline.
This week: Barracuda Networks recalls hacked email security appliances, the latest on MOVEit, and a Gigabyte motherboard firmware security vulnerability is exposed. Also, researchers detail a patched flaw in the Microsoft Visual Studio extension installer, and ransomware hits across the globe.
The Supreme Court on Thursday narrowed federal prosecutors' ability to bring identity theft charges in an opinion holding that misuse of another person's identification must be the crux of a criminal offense "rather than merely an ancillary feature of a billing method."
U.S. federal prosecutors unsealed indictments Wednesday against six Houston-area men for an alleged six-month spree of business email compromise thefts adding up to nearly $6 million. Business email compromise is a mainstay of social engineering fraud.
Hacking group Asylum Ambuscade, which security researchers say aligns with Belarusian government interests, has an "unusual" twist: It appears to be mixing cybercrime - focused on banking and cryptocurrency customers - with cyberespionage, including attacks targeting Ukraine.
Suspected nation-state hackers are using malware that researchers say straddles the line between off-the-shelf and advanced tactics in order to target the U.S. aerospace industry. Researchers from Adlumin in May found the malware on a defense contractor's network.
Dragos has axed 50 workers after longer sales cycles and smaller initial deployment sizes caused the industrial cybersecurity vendor to miss its first quarter revenue target. Dragos revealed plans to reduce its staff by 9% to ensure the company can stay independent through an IPO or Series E round.
A former employee of an Arizona hospital has been sentenced to federal prison and ordered to pay restitution to victims after pleading guilty to criminal HIPAA violations and his participation in an identity theft scam that compromised the data of nearly 500 patients.
The Biden administration stepped up regulatory enforcement against cryptocurrency trading platforms in consecutive lawsuits targeting Binance and Coinbase for alleged violations of securities laws. "We already have digital currency. It's called the U.S. dollar," said U.S. SEC Chairman Gary Gensler.