6 Ways to Combat Internal Threats to Data Security
Companies can cut down on the number of data breaches attributable to employee error or fraudulent behavior.
Data Breach Costs Overstated, Verizon Suggests
Cost-per-record may not be the best metric to use when calculating how much a cyber-security failure could cost your company.
This Week in Comments: April 3, 2015
Readers sound off on revenue recognition's delay, the CFO's role in cyber security, and why a territorial tax system may or may not be a magic bullet.
‘Spear Phishing’ Attacks Infiltrate Banks’ Networks
Hackers in Russia, China, and Europe used malware-laced emails to bank staffers to penetrate banks' systems and steal money.
New Bill Authorizes Security Threat Sharing
A new executive order from the president will also allow the Department of Homeland Security to share classified info on business cyber threats.
Regulation Still Top-of-Mind Risk
"The cost and influence of regulation on business models remain high in many industries," says a new report.
FTC Highlights Privacy Risks of ‘Internet of Things’
Connected devices like health and fitness monitors need security built in at the outset, says the Federal Trade Commission.
CIOs See Modest Growth in IT Budgets
Seventy-five percent of chief information officers said increased spending on security was their top priority for 2015.
Global Cellular Network Ripe for Hacking
The privacy of billions of mobile phone users is at risk, German researchers warn.
‘One Bank’s Incident Becomes Everyone’s Defense’
Banks will share cyber-attack incident information with each other through a new piece of software called Soltra Edge.
Five Truths About Cyber Security
Among the points to remember: your information network will most certainly be compromised.