Informing employees about best practices is still crucial to an enterprise security plan, reports Alan Earls.
Tech-savvy Generation Y workers can be an advantage in the enterprise, says James Beeson, CISO at GE Capital Americas. Marcos Colón reports.
Everyone is familiar with health, flood, car and life insurance, but what happens when the digital equivalent of a disaster strikes? Some entities may want this peace of mind, but in today's threat and regulatory landscape, it's not always that simple.
With data-mining firms harvesting personal information from online activity, privacy advocates, if not yet consumers, are alarmed, reports James Hale.
Aaron Swartz's death inspired Rep. Zoe Lofgren to want to reform the federal anti-hacking law, but some security pros worry this would sterilize a potent enforcement weapon, reports Dan Kaplan.
Are there ways to catch sophisticated malware that hides in trusted processes and services? Deb Radcliff finds out.
Health providers have pressing reasons to now embrace security, says INTEGRIS Health's John Delano. Karen Epper Hoffman reports.
There are steps security pros can take to achieve greater peace of mind with cloud implementations, reports Alan Earls.
The ever-increasing use of personal devices has tested enterprise defenses, so plans must be created to meet the challenge, reports James Hale.
Industrial control systems remain troublingly vulnerable to both internal error and outside intruders, reports Danielle Walker.