The top news stories for Feb. 27, 2015.
A new study reveals that a lack of resources and a critical disconnect between CISOs and senior corporate leadership are preventing many organizations from properly addressing growing cybersecurity threats.
A serious vulnerability has been discovered in the widely-used Samba software component.
The top news stories for Feb. 25, 2015.
The report finds that an alarming number of companies are unable to identify emerging risks ranging from cyberthreats to geopolitical developments, global health threats, and social media due to a shortage of skilled internal auditors.
Cybercriminals are targeting far more than bank card information and identity data these days. Now they're after everything from corporate secrets to stealing trading algorithms. Indeed, innovation is arguably highest in cybercrime as they search and find more ways to monetize stolen data.
More than anything else, issues related to IT security are what keep CIOs up at night. But adding to the anxiety my be concerns that many CIOs themselves are not doing enough to put up a best defense.
Hello Barbie uses speech recognition to record your kid's conversations and store them in the cloud. As all voice recognition apps are wont to do, the doll records any human speech it detects in an effort to intelligently respond. So, any human conversation within its hearing can be stored in the cloud and analyzed.
A 14-year-old successfully demonstrated how cars can be hacked thereby illuminating both a new source of data that can be secretly gathered by any number of private and public big data practitioners, and a new cybersecurity worry.
American and British governments hacked the largest SIM card manufacturer, Gemalto, in order to steal encryption keys and spy on private mobile phone conversations and communications. The details of this hack were provided by NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden.