To facilitate faster decision-making, better cost control and increased transparency, many organizations now task a single executive to oversee all security, privacy and risk functions, says ADP's Roland Cloutier.
The UAE has amended its federal law against using fraudulent VPNs. Anyone using one will be fined and possibly imprisoned. Security leaders welcome the move, saying it is a positive step to help combat cybercrime.
A very advanced and targeted cyber-espionage campaign has been active for five years, and employs stealthy malware that can penetrate air-gapped networks and exfiltrate data using multiple techniques, security researchers warn.
Flaws in Qualcomm chipset software used by an estimated 900 million Android smartphones and tablets could be exploited to seize control of devices and steal any data they store, warns cybersecurity firm Check Point.
The reported theft of $69 million worth of bitcoins from a Hong Kong-based exchange highlights the continuing challenges around keeping large quantities of digital currency out of the reach of hackers.
CREST is launching a chapter in Singapore - its first chapter in Asia - to offer information security professionals certification and accreditation in penetration testing. It plans to eventually offer other certifications as well.
The breach of an offshore account owned by Union Bank of India is raising new questions about the security of interbank payments, which often rely on antiquated backend verification processes that fraudsters seem to be compromising with relative ease.
As a report surfaced July 29 that the campaign of presidential nominee Hillary Clinton was hacked, the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee confirmed that it was breached shortly after the Democratic National Committee announced that it, too, had been hacked.
Fallout from the leaked Democratic National Committee emails continues, with a new finding that suggests cyberattackers compromised a staffer's personal email account. The FBI also has confirmed its ongoing investigation into the breach.
A new portal - NoMoreRansom.org - aims to help ransomware victims avoid having to pay ransoms to get their data back. Backed by Dutch and EU law enforcement agencies, plus security firms Kaspersky Lab and Intel Security, the site includes the first decryptor for Shade ransomware.
WikiLeaks' release of more than 19,000 emails stolen from the Democratic National Committee's computer systems has thrown the party into crisis mode. A look at the leaked emails also provides insights into the DNC's cybersecurity practices.