Some security experts in Asia are raising concerns about legislation the European Union might soon consider that, if enacted, would force technology and social media companies to hand over customer data held outside the EU so it can be used in criminal investigations.
For public sector technology leaders evaluating technologies to combat malware attacks, this report offers important considerations for deploying cloud-based security.
Ransomware and other data security threats are a serious concern for any organization, but the stakes are higher and the risks are greater for...
The Payment Card Industry (PCI) established the Data Security Standard (DSS) in order to reduce the risk organizations and consumers face in relation to credit card fraud, hacking and various other security issues. A company processing, storing or transmitting credit card numbers must be PCI DSS compliant or it risks...
Adoption of the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is motivating organizations worldwide to improve existing technical controls for securing personal information. Organizations should be especially aware that the GDPR and other recent legal developments amplify the negative repercussions of a data security...
Singapore's new cybersecurity law passed earlier this week mandates that owners of critical information and infrastructure report cybersecurity incidents to the Cybersecurity Agency. Security experts discuss organizations' readiness to comply.
Concerns are already being raised about a law passed by Singapore's parliament Monday that establishes an information sharing platform by appointing a commissioner of cybersecurity to obtain confidential information from owners of critical information infrastructure about their security postures.
How effective are nation-backed trolls at influencing individuals via social media? An analysis of Russian trolls' accounts suggests they're designed for "causing havoc by pushing ideas, engaging other users or even taking both sides of controversial online discussions."
Mobile phone retailer Carphone Warehouse has been hit with one of the largest fines ever imposed by Britain's data privacy watchdog after an attacker breached its outdated WordPress installation, exposing 3 million customers' and 1,000 employees' personal details.
This episode of the ISMG Security Report is devoted to producer/host Eric Chabrow's recollection of the evolution of cybersecurity news and analysis during his nine years at Information Security Media Group. Chabrow is retiring after 45 years in journalism.
Exploring Samuel Visner's vision - patterned after the Manhattan Project and moonshot - for collaborating to create innovative ways to improve cybersecurity leads the latest edition of the ISMG Security Report. Also featured: a report on legislation designed to improve the security of U.S. elections.
Legislation pending in Congress that would offer protections for companies and individuals who seek to "hack back" in retaliation against cybercriminals who have attacked them is a bad idea, contends Alan Brill of Kroll.
The latest ISMG Security Report leads with a report on a malware attack on an industrial safety system that experts contend could threaten public safety. Also, legislation giving DHS's cybersecurity unit a meaningful name progresses through Congress.
A new U.S. law signed by President Donald Trump prohibits federal agencies from running anti-virus software from Moscow-based Kaspersky Lab. The company criticized the action, saying it's being singled out based solely on where its corporate headquarters is located.
A 10-member government-appointed committee in India has drafted a white paper that includes recommendations for components of a new data protection law. The government is seeking feedback on the report through Dec. 31.