As the Russian invasion of Ukraine escalates, organizations in the U.S. and Western Europe wonder: What is the potential blowback if the U.S. strikes back at Russia? Sam Curry, veteran CSO of Cybereason, reviews the possibilities and advises about how best to approach risk and preparedness.
According to a new threat report from Expel, business email compromise should now be viewed as "public enemy #1." Jonathan Hencinski of Expel is joined by Theodore Peterson of Datasite to support that claim and discuss how best to strategize against these schemes.
As ransomware threats continue to grow in 2022, cyber insurance companies have clearly stated that they do not want to talk about the "cyber" part of insurance, says Sri Lanka-based Sujit Christy, group CISO at John Keells Holdings PLC.
Britain's National Cyber Security Center has launched a trial vulnerability management project called Scanning Made Easy, designed to empower small and midsize organizations to identify if critical software flaws are present in their IT infrastructure, so they can be targeted for remediation.
Has the notorious REvil, aka Sodinokibi, ransomware operation rebooted as "Ransom Cartel"? Security experts say the new group has technical and other crossovers with REvil. But whether the new group is a spinoff of REvil, bought the tools, or is simply copying how they work, remains unclear.
Cybersecurity in today's world is no longer primarily about the implementation of products or solutions. It is more about the analysis of behavior and the ecosystem. Krishnamurthy Rajesh of ICRA discusses the role of artificial intelligence and the need for collaboration among business functions.
Top U.S. cybersecurity leaders continue to warn against the peril of Apache Log4j vulnerabilities, confirming on Monday that hundreds of millions of devices worldwide are likely affected by the logging utility flaw, although the response, in terms of scope and speed, has been "exceptional."
Ten U.S. senators this week wrote to the secretaries of both the Department of Homeland Security and the Department of Transportation inquiring about specific measures they plan to pursue to prevent and respond to cyberattacks on the nation's critical infrastructure.
Attackers continue to employ commercial penetration testing tools as well as "living off the land" tactics - using legitimate tools or functionality already present in a network - to exploit victims. Accordingly, organizations must monitor for both, to better identify potential intrusions.
Phishing is one of the most well-known cyberattack methods, but hackers still have considerable success despite security teams' best efforts. Attackers use phishing attacks to gain access to login credentials, financial information like credit card details or bank accounts, company data, and any other digital assets...
The year is ending with a cybersecurity bang - not whimper - due to the widespread prevalence of the Apache Log4j vulnerability. Researchers warn that at least 40% of corporate networks have been targeted by attackers seeking to exploit the flaw. More than 250 vendors have already issued security advisories.
Accenture's State of Cybersecurity Resilience 2021 study finds that 55% of large companies are not effectively stopping cyberattacks, finding and fixing breaches quickly, or reducing the impact of breaches. Ryan LaSalle of Accenture Security discusses how to increase cyber resiliency.
In today's disparate IT environment, there are gaping, business critical gaps in enterprise log management. Graylog's Mark Brooks discusses the Log Management Maturity Model and the six (6) critical steps to move from "no alignment" to "continuous improvement."
Faced with today’s complex threat landscape, many organizations are failing to successfully implement a fundamental endpoint security program, let alone a comprehensive one. The situation can be exacerbated when serious incidents emerge and the organization lacks the time or expertise to properly remediate the...