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Companies have amassed an arsenal of security tools to enable a defense-in-depth strategy. Best practices dictate the use of SIEM, VA, encryption, patching, DLP, MDM and other security tools - but this can create silos of controls and data. Given network, device, access and threat dynamics, how...
Beyond a reasonable doubt is that using a defense in depth strategy makes it substantially more difficult for cyber criminals to obtain sensitive information.
The MECS (Mobile Enterprise Compliance and Security) server is a centrally managed enterprise-grade solution designed to extend security functions to corporate and personally-owned mobile devices (iOS, Android).
A security firm highlighted the ways that U.S. defense contractors have reassessed their security programs to stave off insider threats.
With endless amounts of talks taking place at the end of the month in San Francisco, we caught up with Paul Lipman, CEO of Total Defense, to see what's on his radar for RSA Conference 2014.
As information technology drives automation, information security takes a percentage of that revenue away by forcing investments in securing the data on the system.
The cloud offers reliability, cost savings and convenience, but protecting it requires modern-day defenses, reports Jim Romeo.
Off the field, demand for bandwidth and protection from network threats set the ball in motion for the Denver Broncos. Greg Masters reports.
How do we protect a perimeter that does not, physically, exist?
A report by Brian Krebs detailed the intrusions, which occurred between Oct. 2011 and Aug. 2012.
Fortinet and Palo Alto Networks expect to lure other security vendors to join and share intelligence to thwart malware at the network level.
Ninety-six percent of security pros employed AV and anti-malware solutions to protect data from APT attacks, while protections for mobile entry points fell at the bottom of the list.
Speaker Jason Healey warned that the internet can only endure so much abuse before it's irreversibly damaged.
Today's CISO must stay ahead of attackers, says Gene Fredriksen, CISO at PSCU. Teri Robinson talks one on one with the industry veteran.
Cybersecurity teams spend the majority of their time trying to figure out exactly what is happening on their networks. They would be better served trying to focus on how often things happen on their network.
This week's prominent news includes the arrest of an infamous hacker, small businesses being hit by new point-of-sale malware, and a big restaurant chain launching an investigation into a possible data breach involving customer credit cards. For more deeper look at these news bits, click here to visit our...
As global organizations work to stay ahead of cyber attacks, they require information security analysts to help steer them through risk assessment, vulnerability assessment and defense planning.
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So far this year, more than 75 million records have been exposed in data breaches, and on the heels of that news, JPMorgan Chase announced that its breach impacted 76 million households. Plus, SUPERVALU and AB Acquisition LLC are investigating their second breach. For a closer look at these...
This week's news included another retailer confirming a breach, a nasty trojan compromising thousands of Unix and Linux servers, and a new study indicating that nearly $500 billion will be spent in 2014 on recovery initiatives when dealing with data breaches and malware. For more deeper look at these...