With the explosion of the Internet of Things, it's time to rethink the CISO role -- including who that role reports to. This was the consensus of a panel of security leaders at this month's MIT ...
MIT Sloan research shows that while it is still rare for CISOs to report to the board of directors, board involvement in cybersecurity is on the rise.
The recent spate of malware intrusions isn't a fluke, says Chris Ensey. The Dunbar Security Solutions COO says healthcare institutions have some work to do.
Heard of a CASB? It's a cloud security tool that detects what users are doing what in the cloud. Many see promise; some don't like the name.
The FBI-Apple fight has pushed encryption and data privacy into the mainstream. People know more about the issues now, so the privacy debate could heat up.
The data privacy issues kicked up by the FBI's now-dropped legal battle against Apple are enormous – and will likely be in the public eye for years to come.
The FBI-Apple case is closed, but legal questions linger. If it goes back to court, and the bureau wins, that will pose major challenges for security teams.
A cyberattack on the nation's electrical grid could cripple the nation. The public and private sectors need to cooperate on efforts to recoup.
Blockchain technology -- perhaps the hottest topic in the financial tech community -- has finally made it on the radar of the U.S. Congress, but it's been a long haul, much more education is needed ...
SAN FRANCISCO -- The debate on privacy vs. national security triggered by the recent Apple/FBI controversy lit up RSA Conference 2016, provoking sharp disagreement among panelists at one ...
Managing the consumer digital experience ultimately means putting consumers in charge of their digital lives.
The FBI wants Apple to help it disable the smartphone encryption on a device connected to a terrorism case. Here's what to know about a government DIY job.
The government is using a 1789 law to get Apple to help the FBI bypass encryption on an iPhone used by a suspect in the San Bernardino killing spree.
There's no law requiring Apple to decrypt information on a phone connected to December's terrorist attack in San Bernardino, Calif. But what if a new encryption law were passed?
Instilling an organizational culture to combat the swarm of threats to information security could prove to be the best defense.