Criminal activity related to the pandemic cannot be tolerated, William Barr states in memo. US Attorney General William Barr has urged attorneys in the Department of Justice to focus attention on cybercriminals seeking to take advantage of coronavirus fears to spread malware and commit fraud. In a memo first reported by the AP, Barr reminds
Researchers list the top 20 vulnerabilities currently exploited by attack groups around the world. It’s an ongoing challenge for security practitioners: You want to keep all systems up-to-date and secure, but limited resources, legacy systems, and slow patching processes hold you back. To aid in patch management strategy, researchers with Verint’s Cyber Threat Intelligence (CTI)
Why is one of the biggest problems in cybersecurity also one that CISOs largely ignore? Here are three reasons and a road map to a modern approach. Optiv Security recently conducted a survey of 200 chief information security officers (CISOs) across the US and UK and, despite their geographical differences, their view of patch management
As risk management programs differ from business to business, these factors remain constant. When evaluating the goals for a risk management program, many organizations focus on compliance or filling perceived gaps in their capabilities. The problem is, these priorities fall short of considering the full breadth of risks a business could face, security experts say.
In-depth interviews with four market-leading CISOs reveal how they prioritize budgets, measure ROI on security investments, and evaluate new vendors. I sat down with Joshua Danielson (CISO at Copart), Ryan Fritts (vice president of product information and security, CISO, at ADT), Rob Geurtsen (deputy information security officer at Nike), and Sherry Ryan (vice president, CISO, at Juniper Networks) to