A range of policies and technologies like multi-factor authentication and single sign-on can help better secure..
And this isn’t a problem from the past. Just this year, Marriott reported a data breach that exposed the personal information of 5.2 million guests. It’s the third such..
A sudden, unexpected disaster or crisis can lead to situations for which your IT team isn’t prepared.
Remote work presents particular challenges to your InfoSec team to protect vital company information and prevent potential cybersecurity threats, both now and when all those devices come back to the network.
Let’s take a closer look at the steps you should be taking to mitigate this risk and prepare for the eventual reunification of your workforce with the organization’s network.
I recently read an article published in CISO Magazine on June 26, 2019, regarding a new bill passed by New York Legislature to strengthen data breach policies. The article introduced the bill to its audience, gave a brief synopsis of its purpose, included additional insight from the New York Attorney General Letitia James, as well from the bill's sponsor, Senator Kevin Thomas and compared the bill to similar initiatives in other parts of..
After another year of driving innovation and complex change for its clients, Bedroc has been named to the Nashville Business Journal list of 50 fastest growing private companies in the Middle Tennessee region. An annual list, the Fast 50 is comprised of the region's largest private companies by revenue growth over..
You'll never be 100% secure. The key is understanding the risk you are accepting.
Tenable Network Security is hoping to make vulnerability management great again.
The security vendor, based in Columbia, Md., unveiled a new cloud-based vulnerability management platform, dubbed Tenable.io, this week at RSA Conference 2017. Tenable.io, which is delivered as a software-as-a-service offering, includes an API and software development kit that allows third parties to export and import vulnerability data. The..
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"Rogue One: A Star Wars Story" isn’t just a tale of scrappy rebels fighting against an evil Empire. With the issues it raises, including device authentication, asset management, and privilege control, it’s also a story about information security. Well, more like a cautionary tale.
The Empire we love to hate has exhaust-port-size holes in the way it conducts its secret affairs. Seriously, it’s..
Companies can reduce the risk from the type of cyberattack that took out major websites on Friday by using multiple vendors for the critical Internet service known as a domain name service, or DNS, companies and security experts said on Sunday.
“We have advocated for years for redundancy in your infrastructure,” said Kyle York, chief strategy officer for Dyn, the New Hampshire DNS provider that was attacked on Friday. “I don’t think you can ever be safe enough or redundant enough.”
Ransomware is obviously analogous to kidnapping, and dealing with the perpetrators can feel much like negotiating with a jumper standing on the edge of high-rise roof. The Institute for Critical Infrastructure Technology recently released a report that in part describes how to deal with criminals when they are holding your data hostage. The report talks of what to do once a breach has been found.
ICIT says the proper response will depend on the risk tolerance of the..