Many large organizations are app developers, and individuals are increasingly using apps to access computing resources. But the age-old problem of code not being reviewed for flaws at every stage of testing and production continues, warns Joseph Feiman of WhiteHat Security.
AT&T has just re-branded its AlienVault acquisition as AT&T Cybersecurity. Javvad Malik, security advocate for the firm, explains its place in the global market and how it will impact delivery of threat intelligence.
Passwords are still a persistent security threat, given their ubiquity as a form of authentication and the inability of users to create strong, unique passwords. John Bennet of LogMeIn discusses the issue and solutions.
The challenge of wanting to adopt the latest and greatest point products, as opposed to opting for a more platform-based approach, seems never-ending, and can only be managed by bringing greater amounts of automation to bear, says Skybox Security's Michelle Cobb.
OT, IoT and systems targeted by cryptominers - those are among the main network security concerns of Greg Young, VP of cybersecurity at Trend Micro. Which technology trends should security leaders follow to improve network security? Young shares his insight.
The latest edition of the ISMG Security Report discusses the recent ransomware attack on aluminum giant, Norsk Hydro. Plus, confessions of a former LulzSec and Anonymous hacktivist, and the growing problem of cyber extortion.
Enterprises are getting wiser to understanding the insider threat. But mitigating it? That remains a challenge - especially at a large scale. Mohan Koo of Dtex Systems talks about how to blend human and data analytics to address the challenge.
Criminals continue to target organizations and individuals with extortion schemes, such as by infecting targets with Ryuk and GandCrab ransomware, say Raj Samani, chief scientist of McAfee, and John Fokker, McAfee's head of cyber investigations.
Script-based payment card malware continues its successful run, impacting a range of e-commerce sites, security researchers warn. With fraudsters continuing to refine their tactics, countering card-sniffing scripts continues to be difficult.