While many enterprises in the West adhere strictly to data breach notification norms, India remains far behind in reporting such incidents. What are the barriers? Supreme Court Advocate Pavan Duggal offers insights.
Collaboration, information sharing and a need to keep security discussions real and grounded are just some of the themes that were reinforced by speakers and attendees at the ISMG Data Breach and Fraud Prevention Summit in Mumbai.
More than 32.8 million Twitter credentials have been compromised and are being offered for sale on the dark web, claims LeakedSource, a subscription-based breach notification service. But some security experts question whether the credentials are current and authentic.
Dropbox is keeping a close eye on the latest news reports of big-name, big-data breaches, but says the reported hackers are bluffing when claiming to have compromised and obtained the web storage service's data.
Some 85 percent of the mobile banking apps in the Asia-Pacific region fail basic security checks, according to a recent study by AppKnox. Experts outline the challenges faced by banks in securing mobile apps and share some recommendations.
The scale of the global IT security skills crisis is well documented. But what is its direct impact on cybersecurity with the government agencies of Washington, D.C.? Dan Waddell of (ISC)² discusses the problem - and a new way to address it.
Akamai warns of a rash of less sophisticated attempts to extort companies by threatening to strike with distributed denial-of-service attacks, which can be expensive for organizations to defend against.
Many organizations still fail to practice smart web security, warns penetration testing expert Ilia Kolochenko, who notes that 23 percent of all websites still use SSL version 3, despite it leaving them at risk from POODLE and BEAST attacks.
The third edition of ISMG's Data Breach and Fraud Prevention Summit in Asia took off June 8 in Mumbai. Here are some highlights and first impressions from the day-long event, featuring key industry thought leaders.
Demonstrating the return on security investment and getting management buy-in remain some of the less glamorous, but very real challenges faced by Indian CISOs, says Shivkumar Pandey of the Bombay Stock Exchange.
Insider fraud is one of the biggest challenges facing Indian security practitioners, yet they struggle to respond to insider crimes, says Berjes Shroff, CISO of Godrej Infotech, and a speaker at the ISMG Data Breach & Fraud Prevention Summit Asia in Mumbai.
ISMG's upcoming Data Breach & Fraud Prevention Summit Asia 2016 in Mumbai will focus on the latest fraud techniques and technologies, as industry thought leaders take us through new approaches to tackle breaches as well as today's top schemes and solutions to stop them.
TeamViewer is strengthening the security of its remote access application after an uptick in account takeovers that the company says is the result of hackers reusing account credentials from recent data breaches.
Narayan Neelakantan, outgoing CISO at the National Stock Exchange of India, is concerned that the lack of capacity in incident response is going to haunt Indian organizations in the near future. He shares insight on IR maturity and the imminent need.