Imagine for a moment you had a twin that you didn’t know about. A virtual copy of you that shopped where you shopped, read what you read, and was interested in exactly the same things you were. For all intents and purposes, this twin was you but with one big difference; this copy of you cared almost nothing about your privacy. Surprise! This copy of you exists and isn’t going away any time soon. So… now what? Well, for starters, you should read this Q&A between Jason Elrod and Sean Martin.
Identity theft is on the rise and the latest data breach from Equifax could bring an “avalanche” of cyber crime with losses of billions of dollars. These are times when the individual response of each one of us could urge our government to stop the growing crisis, and to change flawed credit application processes that lie at the core of it. The five steps described in this article are useful to those affected and whose privacy might be breached. A personal story highlights that identity theft is more common than people expect.
There are some key things that a financial services firm needs to care about when it comes to security: Ashwin Krishnan offers his expert advice to help financial services firms develop their information security practice.
Verizon has released its 10th annual Data Breach Investigations Report (DBIR), a comprehensive and multi-faceted look-back on breach trends, threat actor tactics and apparent motivations, based on analysis by the company or one of its 65 partners of 1,935 breach events occurring in 2016. This Experts Corner article examines some of its findings by some of the industry's top experts.
Jamison Utter explores the relationship between business values and cybersecurity; a look at the impact of business models being too concerned with bottom lines, stock prices, and shareholder expectations.
In our constant crusade to stop cybercrime and fight the good fight against our invisible enemy, we (the good guys) seem to have lost sight of one of the most important things we are trying to protect.