Ransomware groups have shifted from the automated, ‘spray and pray’ tactics of yesterday to highly targeted, human-operated ransomware attacks, carefully crafted to find and encrypt your data and cause maximum critical service disruption.
$1.3 million BEC attacks on three large financial services companies in U.K. and Israel shows how far cyber criminals are willing to go and what they are capable of.
Imperva found that bot traffic accounted for 40% of internet activity. Malicious scripts were responsible for 26% of website visits and could interfere with the COVID-19 vaccine.
The threat of cyber attacks on connected cars is getting very real as report shows majority of new smart vehicles from top 10 auto manufacturers are vulnerable and will be connected to Internet.
Cyber insurance premiums have jumped 73% in the U.S alone. Greater specificity over what is (and what is not) covered has become a feature of many updated policies, as has the expectation that companies need to have greater cybersecurity hygiene in place in order to qualify for insurance.
Recently, we examined some of the challenges that companies face in terms of the evolving privacy and data protection landscape - and how these challenges may require a whole new breed of information security professional. In this second part of the series we unpack the argument for a new role combining Chief Security Officer and Chief Privacy Officer in a rapidly evolving regulatory and threat rich environment. We also chat with Chief Security and Privacy Officer (CSPO) at a Fortune 500 company to get his take on the subject.
This article discusses why developer-first AppSec is the future and how organizations can evaluate tools that will help them adopt a developer-first approach.