Alexis Castellani spent a decade with the FBI, focused primarily on counter-terrorism. Now she is bringing some of these same skills to bear in her role as a cyber fraud prevention executive at Citi. What insights can she share on fraudsters and their schemes?
After a career in law enforcement at the local, state and federal levels, Shape Security's Dan Woods has learned a lot about fraud and fraudsters. He offers insight on how to get to know attackers and put that knowledge to work.
FireEye has noticed an emerging trend: Breach investigations are increasingly prompting audits intended to ensure publicly traded companies are compliant with Sarbanes-Oxley. IT has changed dramatically since SOX became effective 16 years ago. Here's what to keep in mind.
It's a complicated cybersecurity ecosystem for most organizations, which manage dozens of third-party relationships. Yet, they often rely on manual processes to manage their security risks. Sam Kassoumeh of SecurityScorecard discusses the value of automated security ratings.
Employees are the first line of defense for any organization, and Paul Bowen of Arbor Networks believes we don't do nearly enough to deputize them to support our security efforts. He offers tips for using technology to train end users.
The Secure Payments Task Force was established by the Federal Reserve Bank in 2015 in part to determine areas of focus and priorities for future action. Jim Cunha, a member of that task force, talks discusses how to advance payment system safety, fight fraud and ensure resiliency.
Armed with stolen personal data, cybercriminals can easily bypass conventional identity authentication methods. So how can organizations strengthen authentication without harming customer experience? Shaked Vax of IBM Security shares insights.
Traditional approaches to authentication can't work effectively in a digital environment where customers and partners are interacting from multiple vectors. Evan O'Regan of Entrust Datacard discusses how to remove friction - and fraud - from the process.
Facebook says up to 87 million people may have had their personal details transferred to voter-profiling firm Cambridge Analytica. The figure includes 17 million people in nine countries outside the U.S., potentially intensifying regulator scrutiny of the social networking site.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg says the social networking company is already complying with parts of Europe's GDPR privacy legislation, but it won't comply with all of its requirements worldwide. Zuckerberg's comments are likely to rile critics following the uproar around voter-profiling firm Cambridge Analytica.
Panera Bread is warning that information on 10,000 customers has been inadvertently exposed. The data leak, however, persisted despite the company being alerted to the problem eight months ago, and there are signs that the victim tally may be much higher.
Russian national Yevgeniy Nikulin, 30, has been extradited to the U.S. from the Czech Republic to face charges that he hacked LinkedIn, Dropbox and Formspring, offering at least some stolen data for sale.
Malaysia's central bank, Bank Negara Malaysia, says it detected and successfully blocked an attack that attempted to steal funds via fraudulent SWIFT interbank money-moving messages. The attack against BNM led the central bank of the Philippines to issue an alert to banks in that country.
Department store chains Saks Fifth Avenue, Saks Off Fifth and Lord & Taylor have suffered a data breach that apparently exposed details on 5 million payment cards. Cybersecurity firm Gemini Advisory says the JokerStash syndicate - aka Carbanak gang - is selling the stolen card data.