Brokerage account takeover, supply chain attacks, destructive attacks and those that seek to manipulate time or time stamps are among the latest threats uncovered in the new Modern Bank Heists report authored by Tom Kellermann at VMware Carbon Black.
Less than a year ago, Ariel Weintraub was dabbling in data science as head of security operations and engineering at MassMutual, working under CISO Jim Routh. Now she’s replaced Routh as the new head of enterprise cybersecurity - and she welcomes the challenge.
Preventing deepfake fraud while addressing customer digital onboarding ease-of-use concerns is a balancing act. Sanjay Gupta of Mitek discusses the challenge of juggling security and the user experience in digital banking.
Four editors at Information Security Media Group discuss important cybersecurity issues, including dealing with attacks targeting the aging Accellion File Transfer appliance and taking steps to enhance employee authentication.
Pharmaceutical companies can leverage data analytics, predictive analytics and artificial intelligence to fight drug diversion fraud, says Charles Washington, senior director, global fraud and asset protection, at Pfizer.
Recent research highlights the growth in risky remote work behaviors. Dr. Margaret Cunningham of Forcepoint X-Lab discusses the implications of this increase in insider threats and shares risk mitigation strategies.
Four editors at Information Security Media Group - Tom Field, Anna Delaney, Mathew Schwartz and Tony Morbin - review this week’s most important cybersecurity developments, from nation-state threats and supply chain risk, to combating ransomware and adopting a zero trust strategy.
Don’t call it a product, and don’t try to create a standard around it - "zero trust" is a strategy, says John Kindervag, the former Forrester analyst who created it. As he steps into his new role at ON2IT Cybersecurity, his goal is to help make zero trust easy to implement.
Deep-seated cultural issues are responsible for workplace inequality for women in cybersecurity, and recognizing unconscious biases is very important in remedying this issue, says Clare Johnson, partnerships and outreach manager at the University of South Wales in the U.K.
“Passwordless” has become the holy grail for user authentication. But there are different interpretations of what passwordless is – and is not. Tom “TJ” Jermoluk, CEO of Beyond Identity, addresses some of the myths,the realities and how passwordless is deployed today.
To mitigate the fraud risks posed by synthetic IDs, banks should use consumers' devices to help with authentication, says Karen Boyer, vice president of financial crimes and fraud intelligence at People’s United Bank, based in Connecticut.