Synthetic identity fraud is the fastest-growing financial crime in the country. By combining real and fabricated personal information, a synthetic identity is specifically designed to look and act like a valid identity - until it doesn’t, leaving financial losses and criminal activity in its wake.
Russell Shupert of Veeva Systems explains the challenges faced in securing a complex environment. He discusses how his team overcame these challenges, the benefits they achieved and how Threat Stack's Cloud Workload Protection and Application Infrastructure Protection tool helped along the way.
From SolarWinds to Kaseya, Accellion, Log4j and Okta, third-party security breaches are among the most devastating for organizations affected. Tony Morbin of ISMG dives into the story behind the results of a global survey with Demi Ben-Ari, the co-founder, CTO and head of security at Panorays.
The FBI is the latest federal agency warning healthcare sector entities of cyberattack threats to medical devices, especially unpatched and outdated products, recommending that organizations take steps to identify vulnerabilities and "actively secure" the gear.
Embracing new technologies to gain benefits such as increased agility and rapid application delivery makes good business sense, but existing architectures also need to be maintained and secured to protect the critically important data residing on server workloads across the hybrid cloud.
Post-pandemic, in the new era of hybrid work, Mastercard CSO Ron Green says the unintentional insider threat is one of his top concerns for member institutions and their customers. He shares insight on threats, partnerships and how the public and private sectors can address workforce development.
With the increase in remote workers and proliferation of uncontrolled devices, your IT team has been migrating applications to the cloud along with building cloud-native applications to support the speed needed by the business.
An ongoing phishing campaign has compromised Twilio, Mailchimp and about 130 other organizations by using a lookalike Okta login page to trick employees into divulging their password and multi-factor authentication code. Researchers have traced the attacks to a 22-year-old suspect in North Carolina.
The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic continues to fuel new opportunities for cybercriminals, malicious insiders and other adversaries who are posing new security threats to the privacy of patient health data, says attorney Erik Weinick of law firm Otterbourg P.C.