Evolving social engineering campaigns - including a significant rise in vishing attacks - continue to pose significant data security threats to healthcare and public sector entities, federal authorities warn, urging entities to take steps to avoid falling victim.
A well-managed multi-cloud strategy "is a sensible approach" because it allows organizations to move different workloads between providers, but it gets a "bit more complicated when you start thinking about workload portability," says Lee Newcombe, security director, Capgemini U.K.
Security executives at Black Hat USA 2022 discuss the latest cybersecurity trends from confidential computing and unified threat hunting languages to attack surface management and recovery services, social engineering campaigns and blockchain vulnerabilities.
Black Hat USA 2022 opened with somber warnings from Chris Krebs about why application developers, vendors and the government need to solve major industry challenges. Key security executives also discussed DNS visibility, cloud security, patch management, APT strategies and supply chain woes.
ISMG caught up with 11 security executives in Las Vegas on Tuesday to discuss everything from open-source intelligence and Web3 security to training new security analysts and responding to directory attacks. Here's a look at some of the most interesting things we heard from industry leaders.
How many organizations fall victim to a ransomware outbreak? How many victims pay a ransom? How many victims see stolen data get leaked? A new study from the EU's cybersecurity agency ENISA offers answers, but carries major caveats due to rampant underreporting of such attacks.
Here's unwelcome ransomware news: When a ransomware victim chooses to pay a ransom, the average amount has increased to $228,125, reports ransomware incident response firm Coveware. On the upside, however, big-name ransomware groups are having a tougher time attracting affiliates.
The report from Israeli publisher Globes that CrowdStrike plans to spend $2 billion buying one or more Israeli cybersecurity companies sent shockwaves through the industry. Here's a look at six security startups with a large presence in Israel that could be a good fit for CrowdStrike.
Huntress has made the largest acquisition in its eight-year history, buying Curricula to boost user education. Huntress evaluated seven companies with security training tools and chose Curricula for its ease of use, manageability for smaller customers and enjoyable online learning experience.
The latest edition of the ISMG Security Report analyzes why the number of ransomware attacks and the amounts being paid in ransoms are both on the rise. It also discusses today's cyberthreat landscape and whether organizations should rely on user training to improve security.
Raising user awareness is too often incorrectly considered to be a panacea for faulty information security programs. "It can drive risk reduction, but it is not the primary driver of risk reduction," says Adam Wedgbury, head of enterprise security architecture at Airbus.
McDonald’s Corporation is the world’s largest restaurant chain. Just like every organization, McDonald’s is concerned that threat actors are targeting their employees across the world. It only takes one person to click on a malicious link and create a data breach. Thus, one of their key initiatives is empowering...
Beyond advising the seniormost levels of the business in the strategic use of technology, the need to recruit new cybersecurity professionals often also tops the list of tasks facing today's security leaders, says Rob Hornbuckle, CISO of Allegiant Air.
Emerging cybersecurity guidance from the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission is helping to make boards of directors more informed and more eager to discuss cyber risks and how to mitigate them, says John McClure, CISO of Sinclair Broadcast Group.