The United States is arguably involved in a cyberwar against Russia and China - and appears to be losing. In this episode of "Cybersecurity Unplugged," Tom Kellerman of Contrast Security and Richard Bird of Traceable.ai discuss what the U.S. government and companies need to do to win this cyberwar.
SandboxAQ bought French vendor Cryptosense to help organizations migrate and defend key stores and hardware security modules using post-quantum cryptography architecture. Combining SandboxAQ's network scanning capabilities with Cryptosense's visibility will help firms discard RSA-based encryption.
Silicon Valley-based startup Fortanix is looking to capitalize on the growing demand for security and encryption across on-premises data centers and major cloud providers through a recently completed $90 million Series C round of funding led by Goldman Sachs' equity arm.
Kudelski Security has made a big investment into the blockchain and Web3 security spaces, leveraging a team of 25 to help translate the company's expertise around cryptography and application security into the nascent market, according to CEO Andrew Howard.
Enterprises spend a lot of time on what zero trust is, but too little time on design thinking - and why cybersecurity solutions need that element baked in from the start. Brian Barnier and Prachee Kale of ThinkDesignCyber and CyberTheory Institute give an overview of their zero trust strategy.
While reports of big health data compromises involving unencrypted computers have been sinking for years, the recent theft of an iPad from a locked storage room - along with the tablet's password - is a reminder that mobile device mishaps can lead to breaches affecting tens of thousands of patients.
For any business with some form of digital approach, the most important thing is how the application behaves when in the hands of its end-users. No matter how many tools are used to understand your infrastructure or application, the true test happens when your customers get hands on.
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Future quantum computers will decrypt encrypted data, so businesses feel pressure to find quantum-resistant security solutions for data transmission. Wells Fargo Bank's Peter Bordow discusses the state of quantum computing, approaches to quantum security, and privacy-enhancing technologies.
The National Institute of Standards and Technology today announced a first group of encryption algorithms designed to withstand the assault of a future quantum computer. Selection of the four algorithms comes after six years of evaluation by the U.S. federal agency.
Businesses want to reduce the complexity associated with encryption and key management in the cloud, according to a survey of more than 2,700 IT professionals conducted by Thales. Todd Moore, the company's vice president, encryption products, addresses the survey's biggest findings and takeaways.
Mark Frogoso, VP and Group CISO at Mynt, the largest fintech company in the Philippines and the operator of the No.1 e-wallet in the country - GCash, says that IoT and cloud technologies, digital transformation, digital realities, AI/ML and quantum computing are the technology trends that hold the most promise.
Are ransomware-wielding criminals running scared? That's one likely explanation for the sudden release this week of free, master decryption keys for three different strains of formerly prevalent ransomware: Maze, Sekhmet and Egregor.
OMB on Wednesday released a federal strategy to move the U.S. government toward mature zero trust architectures. White House officials say the new strategy - with a focus on MFA, asset inventories, traffic encryption, and more - is a key step in delivering on Biden's May 2021 executive order.
U.S. President Joe Biden today signed a National Security Memorandum that aims to improve the cybersecurity of national security systems. The memo gives new powers to the NSA to oversee cybersecurity improvements such as the use of the multifactor authentication, encryption and endpoint detection services.
In ransomware attacks, cybercriminals attack through the backups because they know that security practitioners rely on backups to save themselves after a ransomware attack. Therefore, it is essential to have multiple backups, says Tom Kellermann, head of cybersecurity strategy at VMware.