Tomislav Pericin, Co-founder and Chief Software Architect for ReversingLabs, discusses the evolution of supply chain attack sophistication, and why both software builders and buyers need to change how they defend against attack surface area risks.
It was one thing to secure employees in a central office; quite another to secure them at home. What happens now in the hybrid workforce? Mike Anderson of Netskope outlines the key cybersecurity recommendations from his 'Return to Work' playbook.
Applications, the network, security - they all have been affected by the seismic changes of the past year, and they drive the need for adopting the "zero trust" model. Zscaler CEO Jay Chaudhry and Nexteer Automotive CISO Arun DeSouza discuss the necessary mindset shift.
The global fraud landscape has shifted dramatically in the past year. Uri Rivner and Erin Englund of BioCatch discuss the urgency of catching money mules, stopping synthetic IDs and schemes that result from deep social engineering.
Sophos recently released its 2021 State of Ransomware report, and it includes surprising findings on remediation costs, which have more than doubled over the past year. Dan Schiappa tackles the question: Does it pay to pay ransoms?
Increased reliance on the agile and remote work model has created more opportunities for MSPs. WatchGuard CEO Prakash Panjwani shares advice on how to engage an MSP that fits into the organization’s business model and establish a good partnership.
The FBI and White House confirmed Monday that the DarkSide ransomware variant was used in the Friday attack that caused disruptions at Colonial Pipeline Co., which operates a pipeline that supplies fuel throughout the eastern U.S. But the gang behind the ransomware tried to shift the blame to an affiliate.
The average amount of time that online attackers camp out in a victim's network - or "dwell time" - has been declining, FireEye's Mandiant incident response group reports. But the surge in ransomware accounts for some attacks coming to light more quickly because those attackers announce their presence.
Having exponentially more devices on the network leads to proportionately less visibility. This is reality for most enterprises today, and it’s changed the role of endpoint security solutions. Elias Levy of Cisco discusses emerging technologies and strategies, including the rise of XDR.