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FBI opens China-related counterintelligence case every 10 hours

FBI Director Christopher Wray today offered the House Homeland Security Committee some sobering news about China – the FBI opens a new China-related counterintelligence case roughly every 10 hours. Wray said of the nearly 5,000 active FBI counterintelligence cases underway across the U.S., almost half are related to China. He said China aims to compromise…
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Building a Better Identity Management Roadmap

The way organizations operate and process information has drastically changed over the last six months as the global economic and health crisis has resulted in job losses, an expanded remote workforce, and increased use of temporary staff. One important byproduct of this shift: Security leaders are rethinking their approaches to access control. Even in the best of circumstances, ensuring effective oversight of digital identities is among a security leader’s most daunting responsibilities. Innovations in contextual and biometric authentication remain promising — though the latter must confront increased social and legal resistance — but the growing complexity of internal and external networks we rely on keeps the bar high.
RiskSec 2020, Security News

Former DoD CSO: The West must lead

As the developing world follows in the steps of the West and begins entering an age of saturated connectivity, it’s important for people in leadership positions to set the tone for a culture of cybersecurity, said former chief security officer for the Department of Defense Jonathan Reiber on Thursday. And considering the United States has…
How to train your team on data privacy.
Cybercrime, Email Security, Phishing, Security News

Phishing campaign spoofs security awareness training notifications

That anti-phishing training email your employees just received may, ironically, actually be a phishing email, according to cyber threat analysts who recently uncovered a security awareness-themed online social engineering campaign. In a blog post on Wednesday, experts at Cofense reported on a phishing campaign that sends emails purporting to be a notification urging employees to…
Data Breach, Featured, Health Care, Privacy & Compliance News and Analysis, Security News

George Floyd medical records breached; does ‘VIP’ data need bonus security?

Experts told SC Media that the auditing and reporting process is an important component of a health care organization’s data privacy strategy in order to catch violations, and that particular focus should be paid to "records that would be of high interest or curiosity."
Cybercrime, Data Breach, Ransomware, Security News

History shows, transparency can ease the fallout from a cyberattack

Cybersecurity firms have a responsibility to keep their clients safe from digital attacks. But when they end up the victims, they potentially risk losing credibility with these customers, especially if their operations are disrupted. It’s a potentially juicy extortion scenario for attackers, and we just saw an example of this play out last week when…
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