The U.S. Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency is creating the Joint Cyber Defense Collaborative to build a national cybersecurity defense strategy based on collaboration between the public and private sectors, CISA Director Jen Easterly said at the Black Hat 2021 conference Thursday.
A seemingly nonstop number of ransomware-wielding attackers have been granting tell-all media interviews. One perhaps inadvertent takeaway from these interviews is the extent to which - surprise - so many criminals use lies in an attempt to compel more victims to pay a ransom.
Digital transformation has rapidly accelerated over the last year, with organizations requiring greater agility and focusing even more on the shift to cloud. At the same time, the workforce has shifted from mobile to fully remote, with more location flexibility anticipated to be a lasting impact of the pandemic. These...
Few industries have changed as dramatically as financial services (fiserv) in the last decade. Banking and financial transactions were
once an exclusively in-person process; now customers regularly conduct their financial affairs digitally, and employees of fiserv
companies increasingly rely on websites and cloud...
Infection numbers are surging in the southern U.S., states and cities are enacting new mask mandates and the fall flu season looms as the great unknown. Sound familiar? COVID-19 is back with the highly contagious Delta variant. Pandemic expert Regina Phelps discusses what that means for business recovery.
Researchers at Palo Alto Networks' Unit 42 say they have demonstrated how exploits of Microsoft Jet Database Engine vulnerabilities could lead to remote attacks on Microsoft Internet Information Services and Microsoft SQL Server to gain system privileges. Microsoft recently patched the flaws.
A consolidated class action lawsuit filed against mobile game developer Zynga after it suffered a 2019 data breach looks set to be handled instead via arbitration. A judge notes that users agreed to arbitration in the terms and conditions, and so far, they've failed to prove they suffered any financial harm.
David Brumley, CEO of ForAllSecure, is the creator of Mayhem, a machine that applies patching and continuous penetration testing autonomously and in real time. He discusses software flaw detection and more in this episode of "Cybersecurity Unplugged."
A "zero trust" security architecture is a strong defense against ransomware attacks because it's so effective at preventing intruders from accessing critical systems, says Anil Valluri, managing director and regional vice president-India and SAARC at Palo Alto Networks.
The new BlackMatter ransomware operation claimed to have incorporated "the best features of DarkSide, REvil and LockBit." Now, a security expert who obtained a BlackMatter decryptor reports that code similarities suggest "that we are dealing with a Darkside rebrand here."
The Russian-linked group that targeted SolarWinds using a supply chain attack compromised at least one email account at 27 U.S. attorneys' offices in 15 states and Washington, D.C., throughout 2020, according to an update posted by the Justice Department.
Citing a need to secure artificial intelligence technologies, NIST is working to create risk management guidance around the use of AI and machine learning, the agency has announced. NIST is seeking feedback to address governance challenges.