Suddenly, onboarding, servicing and securing digital accounts with advanced authentication techniques isn't just a priority for global enterprises; it is the priority. Dean Stevenson of HID Global previews an upcoming virtual roundtable discussion.
Now that it's been two years since enforcement of the European Union's General Data Protection Regulation began, three attorneys - Kelsey Finch, Jonathan Armstrong and David Dumont - reflect on the lessons learned so far and the compliance gaps that still need to be addressed.
Changes in the privacy policies of social media companies have rendered many free open source intelligence tools unworkable, says Mason Wilder, senior research specialist at the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners. He describes the evolution of these tools and offers tips on how to apply them.
Paul Connelly has been CSO at HCA Healthcare for more than 18 years. But no year has been more trying than this one. What has he learned from the COVID-19 experience and the challenge of accelerating digital transformation amid a pandemic?
Money launderers are devising new tactics during the COVID-19 pandemic. For example, some are coming up with ways to use personal protective equipment, or PPE, as a form of currency, says Debra Geister, CEO of Section 2 Financial Intelligence Solutions.
Trending Better. Caution Warranted. Trending Poorly. Uncontrolled Spread. These are the four categories on the latest COVID-19 U.S. map. Pandemic expert Regina Phelps explains how the latest trends should guide our plans for business, education and healthcare in the fall.
Any nationally chartered bank can now serve as a custodian of the cryptographic keys for a cryptocurrency wallet, according to a letter from the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency. James Wester of IDC analyzes the implications.
A fresh round of phishing attacks is relying on using trusted services and a well-designed social engineering scheme to trick users into enabling malware to bypass an end point's security protocols, says Aaron Higbee of the security firm Cofense.
As organizations that shifted to a remote workforce consider allowing some workers to return to the office environment, CISOs must reassess their security infrastructures, says Chris Kubic of Fidelis Cybersecurity, who formerly was CISO at the National Security Agency.
Cybercriminals are exploiting and using weak IoT devices in new ways, including as proxies for e-commerce fraud, says Allison Nixon of Unit 221b, who predicts that the next mass attack on the scale of Mirai will likely be way worse.
How have the COVID-19 pandemic, lockdown and job losses affected the character and composition of the internet? Rapid7's Tod Beardsley rounds up the latest research into the prevalence of outdated and unsecured internet protocols and internet-connected devices - and there's both good and bad news.
It's illegal in the U.S. to circumvent technological measures on software, either for security research or to install a fix. But Kyle Wiens of iFixit says the growing "right to repair" movement is seeking to put the power back into the hands of device owners.