This Hallows Eve might be a good time to remind ourselves that zombies can be just as deadly, and I'm referring to recycled tools and techniques from years gone by.
Major retailers are falling prey to massive credit card information heists, despite spending millions on cyber security systems.
When it comes to enterprise security, one rule remains constant - attacks will continue to increase in sophistication and attackers will seek to outmaneuver existing defenses.
While it may seem like 2014 is the year of the vulnerability, in reality, this year has not been much different than years past.
It's clear that vulnerabilities continue to exist, despite our best efforts to combat them. In fact, we have addressed many of the same problems before.
As new solutions emerge, it's critical for organizations to protect themselves by being informed, aware, and acting whenever possible. Those that don't take action are playing a very dangerous game.
We are now in the fast lane towards a driverless future. Will we have to brake for hackers?
Despite big responsibilities compounded by a string of headline-grabbing data breaches, the skies are looking brighter for CISOs.
It will continue to be a year where companies need to focus on how their employees interact online.
A cyber liability policy covers first-party liability (property and theft) and third-party liability (privacy and data security).