Growing number of Americans now feel that state and local governments should increase their cybersecurity spending and do more to protect data from cyberattacks, similar to that which crippled the city of Atlanta in March 2018.
Given the dearth of cybersecurity pros in the marketplace today, a new Juniper Networks report suggests that security automation is potentially the solution.
As might be expected, the scale and scope of the latest Coinrail cyber heist has increased the call for new cryptocurrency regulations for both exchanges and trading, and could go a long way in maintaining investor faith in the modern financial system.
The ability of financial institutions to recover data breach losses from non-contacting parties depends on various legal statutes and industry regulations.
New report shows nearly 75 percent of U.S. federal agencies are still woefully unprepared and deemed to be “at risk” or “at high risk” of a cyber attack.
Increased credit card usage has resulted in higher rates of credit card fraud, and financial institutions are bearing the brunt of the financial losses. Recently, fraudsters are committing synthetic identity fraud by cultivating identities and developing credit histories over time leading to the call for new solutions.
A Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) can play an important role in GDPR compliance. It can serve as a centralized point for all data collection and analysis, and offer intelligent insights into malicious behavior so you can be alerted of security incidents before they become an impactful data breach.
Is facial recognition software secure by design? A question rarely asked is “how safe is the infrastructure that holds and processes all this data?” As long as organizations refuse to audit the security of their suppliers, facial recognition software will remain inherently unsafe, especially in the hands of the police.