Intrusion detection News
August 16, 2017
Talk about protecting customer data and intrusion protection is common. Stealing source code is harder to acknowledge, but equally important to keeping a business in business.
August 04, 2017
Integrator WWT is partnering with anti-drone technology vendor Dedrone to expand its physical and cybersecurity services into airspace security; other news from the week.
July 13, 2017
Researchers found changes in malware behavior when Petya detected certain security products, but experts are unsure why these features might exist.
June 29, 2017
Ransomware attacks have grown to such a scale, companies are getting attacked more than once. Endpoint data protection vendor Druva recently surveyed 832 IT professionals worldwide during May and ...
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As ransomware attackers get smarter, it's important for data protection systems to step up their game. Canary files and infection detection are a good start. Continue Reading
In this excerpt from chapter Z of Information Security Analytics, authors Mark Ryan Talabis, Robert McPherson, Inez Miyamoto and Jason L. Martin discuss security intelligence. Continue Reading
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A cloud-era shadow IT policy still needs to manage risk, but the era of "no way" is giving way to allow users quick access to the productivity apps they need. Continue Reading
The fraud investigation process remains complicated for companies, but graph databases' information management techniques can help collect and manage valuable evidentiary data. Continue Reading
Almost 20 years after Citicorp decided to hire an executive-level security position dedicated to protecting its banking business, the responsibilities of the CISO job are still unclear to many business executives and open to discussion. Why do some companies still need convincing?
As threats and infrastructure evolve at a fast pace, chief information security officers have to remain proactive in the face of ongoing digitization and globalization. In this issue of Information Security magazine, we look at the role's elevation and influence on broader security and risk management initiatives. Most importantly, we highlight accomplishments of dedicated chief security officers from different industries -- entertainment, financial services, healthcare, retail and technology -- and get their views on challenges in the CISO job and changes ahead.
"The CISO has evolved from a technical security role to that of a corporate executive with a risk management focus," says Tim Callahan, senior vice president of global security and CISO at Aflac.
Strategic security is an increasing responsibility of the CISO job. A growing number of security officers have implemented a threat intelligence capability to help steer the technical aspects of their security program. We talk to CISOs and other security experts about some lessons they've learned -- sometimes the hard way -- as they lead these efforts. The CISO job is tough, but those who are up to the challenge find great rewards.Continue Reading
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Preinstalled malware was reportedly found by Apple in its custom servers. Expert Nick Lewis explains how enterprises can protect themselves from encountering similar issues. Continue Reading
The Fruitfly Mac malware has decades-old code, but has been conducting surveillance attacks for over two years without detection. Expert Nick Lewis explains how it works. Continue Reading
Exaspy spyware, which can access messages, video chats and more, was found on Android devices owned by executives. Expert Nick Lewis explains how Exaspy is able to avoid detection. Continue Reading