A group of European security luminaries has told an audience at today’s CeBIT conference that companies must move quickly to avoid cybersecurity disasters–and that executives and CFOs are often unaware of the imminent threat posed by hackers. Read more about why experts believe that there is a growing disconnect between executives and CFOs about cyber […]
Champlain College in Burlington, Vermont is home to the Leahy Center for Digital Investigation. The state-of-the-art lab allows students to assist in computer forensics and digital investigations in the public and private sectors. The facilities recently hosted a cybersecurity forum for businesses and non-profits to help them understand digital threats. Read the opinion of experts […]
Protection 1, which operates its own Network Operations Center, is seeing a rise in customers separating their security network in order to stay more cybersecure. Security Systems News talked with several professionals at Protection 1 about how cyberaware end users are today and the similarities and differences in cyber- and physical security solutions. Read why Michael […]
Security expert Bruce Schneier says we’re creating an Internet that senses, thinks, and acts, which is is the classic definition of a robot. “I contend that we’re building a world-sized robot without even realizing it,” he said recently at the Open Source Leadership Summit (OSLS). Read cyber security expert Bruce Schneier’s views about Internet of […]
Small businesses can struggle with the vagueness of “reasonable protection” requirements that Federal laws and regulations establish for personal data, according to experts who testified Wednesday at a House Small Business Committee hearing. Read why cyber security experts say that small and medium businesses are hardest hit by shifting data security requirements on Meri Talk.
CEOs need to know that there are two types of organizations, those that have been hacked, and those that have been hacked, but don’t know it yet. So says Clayton Naidoo, regional sales manager and one of Cisco’s cyber security subject matter experts. Read why Clayton Naidoo of Cisco says that while CIOs know about […]
Don’t look for the government, market forces, vendors or law enforcement to provide the cybersecurity against malicious hackers and others posing threats, Daniel Weitzner told a Memphis audience tasked with protecting information technology. Read why Daniel Weitzner, director of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Policy Research Initiative says that collaboration is the way forward for companies to […]
Former U.S. Chief Information Security Officer Brig. Gen. Gregory Touhill talks about some of the motivations of the hackers attacking U.S. companies. He speaks with WSJ’s Gerald Seib at the CIO Network in San Francisco. See the video on Marketwatch.
Kaspersky Lab released their analysis of the financial threat landscape in 2016, finding that almost half of all phishing attacks registered in 2016 by Kaspersky Lab’s heuristic detection technologies were aimed at stealing their victim’s money. Robert Capps, VP of Business Development at NuData Security commented below. Read what Robert Capps of NuData Security has […]
When it comes to cybersecurity, it is easy to descend into a climate of personal paranoia, cognizant of any potential privacy violations or breaches. In the modern landscape of technology, physical and digital threats are merging and people are increasingly more aware of the tenuous security bubble they live in. Read about the cyber security […]