The attorneys general of 27 states have entered into a $2.4 million settlement with Sabre Corp. to resolve a lawsuit tied to a 2017 data breach that struck the company's Sabre Hospitality Solutions hotel booking system, compromising 1.3 million payment cards.
The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency has released an emergency directive requiring all federal organizations running the vulnerable SolarWinds Orion software to immediately update to the latest version.
The latest edition of the ISMG Security Report offers leadership lessons from Equifax CISO Jamil Farshchi and Mastercard's deputy CSO, Alissa "Dr. Jay" Abdullah. Also featured: An assessment of cybersecurity priorities for President-elect Joe Biden.
In less than a month, President-elect Joe Biden will be sworn into office and immediately confront a list of cybersecurity problems ranging from a now-leaderless CISA to the SolarWinds breach. Here's how security experts - and former government leaders - see the administration's cyber policies taking shape.
Software vendor SolarWinds has updated multiple versions of its Orion network-monitoring software to address the Sunburst backdoor that was added to its code and to block Supernova malware that exploited a vulnerability in Orion. But incident response experts have warned that full cleanup may take years.
The SolarWinds breach is a case study in how attackers can subvert a widely used piece of software to turn it to their advantage, says Lou Manousos, CEO of RiskIQ. The attack surface management expert details lessons all organizations must learn in the wake of this "unprecedented" attack.
Microsoft warned CrowdStrike of a failed attempt by unidentified attackers to access and read the company's emails, according to a blog post published by the security firm. The unsuccessful hacking incident is reportedly tied to the breach of SolarWinds.
This edition of the ISMG Security Report features insights from David Forscey, managing director at Aspen Cybersecurity Group, on improving supply chain security in the aftermath of the SolarWinds hack. Also featured: Black Hat Europe's key takeaways; keeping safe during the holidays.
In light of the SolarWinds supply chain breach and other security incidents, the United States has substantial work to do in building a resilient digital infrastructure, says David Forscey of the Aspen Cyber Group, who outlines a five-step road map.
In his first remarks about the massive hacking operation that leveraged a tainted SolarWinds Orion software update, President Donald Trump on Saturday downplayed the seriousness of the incident and contradicted Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, who had pointed a finger at Russia.
The NSA has issued a warning about two hacking techniques that could allow threat actors to access cloud resources by bypassing authentication mechanisms. The alert follows a week's worth of revelations over the SolarWinds breach that has affected government agencies and other organizations.
A Deloitte survey has revealed that more than 90% of C-level executives slate less than 10% of their cybersecurity budgets to digital transformation projects.This large gap between budgets and technologies creates a cyber vulnerability, where the newest and least understood digital systems are potentially unmonitored...
Following the discovery that attackers Trojanized SolarWinds' Orion software, expect the list of organizations that were running the backdoored network-monitoring tool to keep increasing. But with this being a suspected cyberespionage operation, attackers likely focused on only the juiciest targets.
Five U.S. government agencies have been hit so far via a sophisticated supply chain attack. The intrusions appear linked to subverted software updates for SolarWinds' Orion network monitoring product, which is widely used by businesses and the U.S. government.