Biden Broadens NSA Oversight of National Security Systems
New Cybersecurity National Security Memorandum will let the spy agency "identify vulnerabilities, detect malicious threat activity and drive mitigations," agency cybersecurity director says.
January 20, 2022
Future of Identity-Based Security: All-in-One Platforms or Do-It-Yourself Solutions?
The functionality of all-in-one platforms is being deconstructed into a smorgasbord of services that can be used to develop bespoke end-user security procedures for specific work groups, lines of businesses, or customer communities.
December 22, 2021
Identity Authentication Access Market Set to Hit $28.9B in 2021
With more staff working remotely, identity, authentication, and access (IAA) has never been more important. Market forecasts, drivers, and trends are explored.
December 10, 2021
Why Should I Adopt a Zero-Trust Security Strategy?
Zero-trust is the right approach for protecting your end users. Executing it in the right way will also help you comply with NIST standards and upcoming federal mandates.
November 23, 2021
North Korean Hacking Group Targets Diplomats, Forgoes Malware
The TA406 group uses credential harvesting to target diplomats and policy experts in the United States, Russia, China, and South Korea, rarely resorting to malware.
November 18, 2021
What Security Strategies Are Driving InfoSec's Decisions Around Defense?
The data shows security leaders are focusing on multilayered defenses, including multifactor authentication, threat intelligence, and incident response.
November 08, 2021
SecureAuth Buys Acceptto to Deliver Low-Friction Authentication to Enterprises
Acceptto’s contextual behavior threat intelligence technology will help SecureAuth deliver AI-driven MFA and continuous password-less authentication, SecureAuth says.
November 06, 2021
How Is Zero Trust Different From Traditional Security?
Unlike traditional security approaches, the zero-trust security model verifies a user's identity each and every time they need specific system access.
November 04, 2021
Phishing and Spam Lures Feature Sports, Aim to Steal Credentials
Spam volume declined slightly in the third quarter, but attackers sent almost 36 million malicious email attachments, up 5% from the previous quarter, one security firm says.
November 02, 2021
Enterprises Allocating More IT Dollars on Cybersecurity
Enterprises are allocating more IT dollars toward implementing a multilayered approach to securing data and applications against new threats, data shows.
October 29, 2021
Google: Phishing Campaign Targets YouTube Creators
The attackers behind the campaign, which distributes cookie theft malware, are attributed to actors recruited in a Russian-speaking forum.
October 20, 2021