For data security, 2015 is predicted to be as bad or worse as 2014, as more sensitive and confidential information and transactions are moved to the digital space and become vulnerable to attack, according to The Ponemon Institute’s study 2014: A Year of Mega Breaches.
Microsoft has expanded its $100,000 bounty program Monday, and will accept reports of in-the-wild attacks that demonstrate new techniques of bypassing Windows’ anti-exploit technologies, Computerworld reports.
ATMs hacked to spit out $20s on stage, overriding pacemakers and insulin pumps via laptops – these are just a few of the demonstrations by enterprising hackers at Black Hat, but these presentations often help enterprises more than they hurt.
September 1, 2013
Black Hat, by its name, seems ominous. What was once a conclave of hackers in 1997 has become a fast-growing global conference series focused on the business of cyber security and includes technical presentations on vulnerabilities and solutions.
Each minute in 2010 there were 45 new viruses created, 200 new malicious websites established, 180 personal identities stolen, 5,000 new versions of malware created and most importantly, 2 million dollars lost.
On DemandThe NIST Cybersecurity Framework recently celebrated its First Birthday, and it’s here to stay. This webinar will describe NIST’s approach to cybersecurity risk management, discuss corporate reactions to the Framework, and give you the tools to assess whether the Framework is relevant for your enterprise.
In this June 2015 issue of Security, is the security director business’s new “corporate rock star?” Find out how CSOs can become the new leaders of their enterprises through mentorships, partnerships and creatively adding business value. Also, learn how security professionals are training employees in cyber security through games. And why are deterrence and detection so important when it comes to thwarting metal thieves? Find out in this issue.