How will ransomware-as-a-service develop? What IoT exploits await the enterprise? Dan Schiappa of Sophos weighs in on how the cybersecurity threat landscape is likely to develop over the next five years.
Despite the efficiencies of cloud services, security remains a significant barrier of entry for many organizations. Mark Urban of Symantec offers advice to help security leaders navigate past cloud complexity and chaos.
Biometric adoption and demand by consumers is increasing rapidly. Next-gen solutions now exist for organizations to bring secure, frictionless authentication to their consumers using biometric solutions. Michael Lynch of InAuth shares insights.
The security landscape has shifted significantly for financial services organizations. And now they must use digital transformation as the impetus to evolve their cybersecurity strategies, says Bruce Roton of Level 3.
With Verizon's data breach investigations team finding that 90 percent of breaches trace to a phishing or other social engineering attack, lead investigator Chris Novak says that using multifactor authentication should be a no-brainer for all organizations.
Increasing regulatory oversight is overwhelming smaller banks and credit unions, pushing them to continue to focus more on compliance than overall cybersecurity and resilience, says Sean Feeney, CEO of Defense Storm.
The honeymoon period for smaller players in cybersecurity is nearing an end, predicts Trend Micro CTO Raimund Genes. Achieving profitability has proven to be challenging for startups, while more established companies are thriving, he contends.
Vishal Salvi is a security leader who has worked in business, left to be a consultant, and now returned to business again. What new perspectives does he bring to his role as CISO at IT services firm Infosys?
SecureWorks has released its new Cybersecurity Threat Insights Report, and Matt Eberhart, vice president, says the key takeaways are about automation, orchestrations and the evolution of the security operations center.
In its second HIPAA enforcement action for 2017, HHS has slapped an insurer with a $2.2 million settlement in the wake of a relatively small breach, citing the company's lack of timely corrective action.
In a reminder that healthcare organizations continue to be targeted by more than just crypto-locking extortionists, a cyberattack against an NHS trust didn't involve ransomware - as some initial reports suggested - but rather a never-before-seen Trojan.