In the coming weeks, U.S. President Joe Biden will announce a new executive order to prevent and detect identity theft involving public benefits. Jeremy Grant, coordinator of the Better Identity Coalition, discusses the challenges ahead for the government in combating criminal and identity fraud.
This report analyzes how sanctions levied against Russia and Belarus for the invasion of Ukraine are affecting security researchers in those countries who participate in bug bounty programs. It also examines lessons to be learned from data breaches and developments in passwordless authentication.
In the new "Proof of Concept," John Kindervag, Zero Trust creator and senior vice president of cybersecurity strategy at ON2IT, and Jeremy Grant, managing director of technology business strategy at Venable, join ISMG's Anna Delaney and Tom Field to discuss trending Zero Trust and identity issues.
As Western cybersecurity officials warn that Russia's Ukraine invasion poses an elevated cybersecurity risk to all, kudos to Cloudflare, CrowdStrike and Ping Identity for offering free endpoint security and other defenses to the healthcare sector and power sectors, for at least four months.
On this week's "Sound Off," attorney Lisa Sotto demonstrates how Colonial Pipeline did "a lot right" in its response to the DarkSide ransomware attack that led the firm to shut down operations for nearly a week last May. She shares best practices for enterprises to improve incident response plans.
Remote work presents many opportunities for businesses, but also has its challenges: How do you maintain security
throughout the business? How do you ensure employees have access to the resources they need to stay productive? Remote work doesn't need to be a challenge with the right password security in place.
Over the years, this leading global hospitality company built a complex IT environment that included corporate machines, personal devices, kiosks, and home-grown and purchased applications—all housed in a large on-prem infrastructure. Heading into this decade, the company began adding cloud services, such as...
On this week's "Sound Off," we ask John Kindervag, the founder of Zero Trust, for his reaction to the recently released Office of Management and Budget federal strategy to move the U.S. government toward a mature Zero Trust architecture.
Recent changes in consumer behaviors and stronger reliance on online transactions create a fertile ground for identity fraud in the financial services industry.
Financial institutions are hard pressed to meet consumer expectations of high levels of account security while also maximizing the user experience.
In 2021, there were 1,862 data compromises - a 68% increase over 2020, according to the Identity Theft Resource Center's Annual Data Breach Report. "In this past year, there were more cyberattack-related data breaches than there were all forms of data breaches in 2020," says ITRC COO James E. Lee.
Eva Velasquez, CEO of the Identity Theft Resource Center, shares six predictions for 2022 that show a shift from identity theft to identity fraud as cybercriminals continue to refine who they target, what information they steal and what they do with it.
OMB on Wednesday released a federal strategy to move the U.S. government toward mature zero trust architectures. White House officials say the new strategy - with a focus on MFA, asset inventories, traffic encryption, and more - is a key step in delivering on Biden's May 2021 executive order.
VPN Lab, known for its alleged wide use by ransomware threat actors, has been shut down. Fifteen servers associated with VPNLab.net were seized or disrupted based on multiple international investigations tying the VPN service provider to cybercrime operations, according to Europol.