What are some best practices for moving network security from the datacenter to the cloud? And what are the essentials of Secure Access Service Edge frameworks, and how can they be implemented? These are among the questions to be discussed in a new series of virtual roundtables hosted by Forcepoint and Homayun Yaqub.
Zoom has reached a settlement with the New York state attorney general's office to provide better security and privacy controls for its videoconferencing platform. Meanwhile, the company announced it's acquiring a start-up encryption company.
Microsegmentation is an essential element of a "zero trust" approach to security, says Ritesh Mishra, global head, IT infrastructure and security at Dr. Reddy's Laboratories, who explains why in this interview.
Web hosting giant GoDaddy confirms that a data breach has affected about 28,000 of its customers' web hosting accounts, according to a news report. The company has reset passwords and usernames for some customers as a precaution, although it says no data appears to have been altered.
Despite the need to battle COVID-19, several nations' in-development digital contact-tracing apps are already dogged by security and privacy concerns. Whether enough users will ever trust these apps to make them effective remains a major question. Is it too late to get more projects back on track?
Forget "whitelists" and "blacklists" in cybersecurity. So recommends Britain's National Cyber Security Center, in a bid to move beyond the racial connotations inherent to the terminology. Henceforth, NCSC - part of intelligence agency GCHQ - will use the terms "allow list" and "deny list." Will others follow?
Over the course of three days, ISMG and SecureAuth teamed up for a series of virtual roundtable discussions on the future of identity security. Bil Harmer of SecureAuth reflects on these discussions and how they inform his view of the factors influencing both the present and future of identity.
Done right, a zero trust architecture can reduce the complexity of one's environment while also improving cybersecurity protection and efficiency. Bob Reny of ForeScout focuses on three critical considerations: visibility, compliance and control.
Technology is no panacea, including for combating COVID-19. While that might sound obvious, it's worth repeating because some governments continue to hype contact-tracing apps. Such apps won't magically identify every potential exposure. But they could make manual contact-tracing programs more effective.
A sophisticated, highly targeted phishing campaign has hit high-level executives at more than 150 businesses, stealing confidential documents and contact lists, says security firm Group-IB. The campaign, which targets Office 365 users, appears to trace to attackers operating from Nigeria and South Africa.
What should an enterprise do when someone reaches out and claims to have the company's data or information about a breach? Although it can be a delicate situation to manage, there are sound approaches enterprises can take, says data breach expert Troy Hunt.
Four CISOs, two CEOs, one global crisis. These are the ingredients for an exclusive panel discussion on how enterprises have emerged from the cybersecurity challenges of COVID-19 and how they are building the foundation for an entirely new way to live and work post-pandemic.
Because the COVID-19 pandemic had led to more employees working from home, cloud services have become indispensable, but the pressure is on organizations to ensure security, says Jim Reavis, CEO of the Cloud Security Alliance.