When we think of insider threats, we inevitably imagine the likes of a Julian Assange or Edward Snowden, and spectacular leaks of confidential information with vengeful or ideological motivations. But while a WikiLeaks-type threat is well understood, an intense focus on malicious threats risks missing out all the...
The 2020 industry benchmark report independently conducted by the Ponemon Institute and sponsored by IBM Security and ObserveIT is now available.
What are the findings and implications of an insider breach? Ponemon Institute's latest report is conducted to understand the direct and indirect costs that result from...
Careless and malicious insiders, overly complex IT infrastructure and having an excess of privileged users continue to pose serious risks to the integrity of corporate cybersecurity practices, says Timothy Brown of SolarWinds.
Wall Street has been hit by the twin threats of the new coronavirus as well as oil prices plummeting, with the Dow dropping 2,000 points on Monday for its worst day in 12 years. Amidst fears that a recession could tank the global economy, some experts still see upsides for the cybersecurity sector.
The latest edition of the ISMG Security Report discusses the developing definition of "Insider Risk." Plus, Former DHS Secretary Michael Chertoff on U.S. 5G rollout plans; Cloud Security Alliance on containers and microservices.
Technology has enabled a whole new wave of "accidental" insider threats - people who make a mistake or are taken advantage of by attackers. What role can technology now play in improving insider threat detection and response? Three CISOs share their insights.
As the RSA 2020 conference showcased "The Human Element," Palo Alto Networks' M.K. Palmore turned his attention to the passive insider threat - the one that intends no malicious harm, but whose actions can lead to costly breaches.
As companies continue to grapple with the challenges of insider threats, machine learning coupled with behavioral analytics can assist in predicting and detecting potential threats from employees and contractors, according to a panel of security experts at RSA 2020.
As cyberattacks increase in sophistication and penetrate networks with higher frequency and effectiveness, security professionals are expressing growing concerns about being able to quickly detect and stop in-network threats from both internal and external threat actors.
The growing number of these cyberattacks have...
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A federal judge ruled this week that the U.S. government is entitled to proceeds from Edward Snowden's memoir and his paid speeches because the former NSA contractor did not submit his materials to his former federal employers for review before publishing.
Twitter users no longer have to supply a phone number in order to use two-step verification for authentication. The move will better protect accounts from SIM hijacking attempts and also means users don't have to sacrifice some of their privacy to enable a security feature.
Why try to hack Silicon Valley firms if you can buy off their employees instead? Such allegations are at the heart of a criminal complaint unsealed last week by the Justice Department, charging former Twitter employees with being Saudi agents. Experts say tech firms must hunt for employees gone rogue.