Security researchers have discovered a new type of malware that combines three-legged threat with a banking trojan, keylogger, and mobile ransomware in one package.
Organisational practices and end-user behaviour must both change fast, to deal with rising mobile-focused cyber- attacks, such as phishing, that are now more pervasive than malware.
Starting in the second half of 2018 small businesses without easy access to a cybersecurity expert will have a new way to find a cyber defender.
SC Media's 12th annual cybersecurity conference, RiskSec NY, will be held Thursday, May 31 at Convene, 237 Park Ave. in New York City.
- Steve Durbin, global vice president, Information Security Forum
- Chris Valasek, director of security intelligence, IOActive
- Paul Lipman, CEO, Total Defense
- Trey Ford, global security strategist, Rapid7
- Nick Rowe, COO, iSEC Partners
- Nawaf Bitar, senior VP and GM, security business unit, Juniper Networks
- Larry Whiteside, chief security officer, Lynx Technology Partners Inc.
- Kevin Hickey, CEO, BeyondTrust
- Jason Healey, director of the Cyber Statecraft Initiative at the Atlantic Council
- Jack Daniel, technical product manager, Tenable Network Security
- Chris Hadnagy, chief human hacker, Social-Engineer, Inc.
- Avivah Shah, vice president and distinguished analyst, Gartner
- Aviv Raff, CTO, Seculert