Chris Borales, senior product marketing manager for ThreatINSIGHT and security solutions at Gigamon, and Tony Morbin of Information Security Media Group discuss the findings of a recent survey of cybersecurity professionals about emerging security trends in 2022, conducted for Gigamon by ISMG.
Unlocking the data generated by ransomware attacks is helping organizations better understand the risks, adopt defensive technologies and prepare for future attacks, says Wade Baker, partner at Cyentia Institute. He discusses new data on how quickly organizations are remediating vulnerabilities.
Four ISMG editors discuss important cybersecurity issues, including how Canada's Desjardins Group settled a data breach lawsuit for $155 million, how Facebook is being sued after allegedly violating patient privacy, and highlights from ISMG's Northeast Summit held in New York this week.
Putting banners in email to alert recipients to the potential dangers lurking in messages is a highly effective way to keep employees safe from phishing attacks. A lot of specialists in anti-phishing technology fall into a category analyst firm Gartner calls Cloud Email Security Supplements (CESSs). Every one of these...
The Conti ransomware group officially pulled the plug on its operation in May. But experts say the group's activities have continued in the form of numerous already-launched subsidiaries or spinoffs, which appear to include Alphv/BlackCat, AvosLocker, Black Basta and HelloKitty, among others.
To excel at cybersecurity incident response, start with planning, preparation and, ideally, regular tabletop exercises, say Kevin Li, CISO for MUFG Securities Americas, and Rocco Grillo, managing director of Alvarez & Marsal's Disputes and Investigations Global Cyber Risk Services practice.
Mark Read, head of data breach solutions for TransUnion in the UK, shares insights on the current data breach landscape, including how businesses should respond to a data breach in order to reduce its impact. "The most successful responses often include the offer of a remediation solution," he says.
Ransomware has changed the risk landscape for suppliers and is forcing companies to reconsider their risk relationships, says Kelly White, co-founder and CEO of RiskRecon. He discusses the correlation between cyber hygiene, ransomware and data loss.
The latest edition of the ISMG Security Report investigates the reboot of ransomware group Conti, which supports Russia's invasion of Ukraine. It also discusses why paying ransomware actors is a "business decision" and how to respond to the talent shortage in the financial sector.
A publicly traded issuer of home mortgages is notifying 1.5 million consumers of a December cyber incident on its network that leaked PII, including customers' Social Security numbers. Flagstar Bank discovered the breach on June 2 and there has been no evidence of data misuse so far.
Belgian and Dutch police with the support of Europol dismantled an organized crime gang involved in carrying out phishing, money laundering and other scams. Nine suspects are in detention after stealing several million euros, authorities say.
Insurance claims being filed by ransomware victims are growing as criminals continue to hit businesses with crypto-locking malware. To avoid these claims, organizations can take a number of proven steps to better protect themselves, says Payal Chakravarty of Coalition.
Indian hyperlocal logistics provider Grab says it wasn't hacked by a Malaysian hacktivist group. DragonForce Malaysia posted last Saturday on Twitter and Telegram the purported details of Grab delivery personnel. The group is amid an active campaign dubbed OpsPatuk against Indian targets.
Cybersecurity continues to make headlines, prompting governmental agencies and regulators to increase chatter while demanding more action from institutions. As many question the return on investment and ask if cybersecurity will consume an ever-increasing portion of their operating budget, how to best approach the...
Canada's Desjardins Group has reached an out-of-court settlement to resolve a data breach class action lawsuit. The breach, which the credit union group first disclosed in 2019, traced to a "malicious" insider who for 26 months had been selling personal details for 4.2 million active customers.