From malware and phishing to cryptojacking and man-in-the-middle attacks, mobile threats are rampant, and organizations need to stay a step ahead. Traditional threat management has been reactive. But IBM and Wandera have joined forces to stop threats dead in their tracks before they get close to your environment.
When it comes to supply chain risk, many organizations overlook how dependent they are on those critical relationships, says Matt Kraning of Expanse. As a result, they are minimizing serious security vulnerabilities. Kraning offers insights on re-thinking that dynamic.
A new ransomware strain called eCh0raix is targeting enterprise storage devices sold by QNAP Network by exploiting vulnerabilities in the gear and bypassing weak credentials using brute-force techniques, warns security firm Anomali.
Applications have become primary targets for two vastly different, but equally dangerous, types of cyberattacks. Successful application breaches can lead to financial fraud, stolen IP, and business disruption.
In the wake of digital transformation, there remain some organizations that - for security reasons - resist the temptation to move to the cloud. What are their objections? Zscaler's Bil Harmer addresses these, as well as the critical questions security leaders should ask of cloud service providers.
With attackers continuing to hammer weaknesses in software, organizations must prioritize application security more than ever, says Ian Ashworth of Synopsys. Thankfully, developers and middle management - bolstered by agile methodologies and DevOps - are increasingly leading the charge.
Britain's biggest provider of forensic services, Eurofins, has paid a ransom to attackers who crypto-locked its systems with ransomware, the BBC reports. Experts say it's part of an alarming trend that seems sure to further embolden ransomware-wielding criminals.
Déjà vu basic cybersecurity challenge all over again: With the U.S. government warning that geopolitical tensions could trigger wiper-attack reprisals, security experts review the basic anti-wiper - and anti-ransomware - defenses organizations should already have in place.
D-Link has reached a proposed settlement with the U.S. Federal Trade Commission, which alleged the IoT device developer left consumers vulnerable to hackers through inadequate security practices. The terms of the settlement may serve as a warning to IoT makers to get their security checks in order.
Threat intelligence programs have evolved greatly over the past decade. But Mario Vuksan, CEO of ReversingLabs, says too many organizations are overlooking the value of local intelligence embedded in their own networks. Vuksan talks about maximizing TI resources.
Fraud schemes have migrated in recent years, exposing inherent vulnerabilities in how most organizations authenticate users. Diego Szteinhendler of Mastercard outlines new strategies and tools for evolving authentication practices beyond solely payments security.