In the midst of a global pandemic, the federal breach tally shows that a record number of major health data breaches were reported in the U.S. in 2021, and the overwhelming majority of them involved hacking/IT incidents. Will those trends continue in 2022?
One common misconception about the mainframe is that ransomware poses no significant threat to it. Edward Shim of BMC Software dispels this myth and offers insight on how to shore up some of the mainframe's inherent weaknesses that adversaries may target.
"Mainframe" and "modernization" are not often used in the same sentence. But Eric Odell and Paul Allard of BMC Software share a mainframe DevOps strategy that can result in cost savings, automation efficiencies and reduced risk of mainframe defects.
The road to Zero Trust starts with an entry point on the road map. But what are the common entry points, and how might the journey unfold? Satish Gannu, CTO-Digital of Korn Ferry, discusses the Zero Trust road map with Paul Martini, CEO of iboss.
A Florida public hospital system has kicked off the New Year of breaches by reporting to regulators a hacking incident detected in October that involved data exfiltration affecting the personal information of more than 1.3 million patients and employees.
In the U.S., three states now have disparate data privacy laws - and more are coming. Meanwhile, China has enacted a new law that has global enterprises scrambling. How will these and other actions shape privacy discussions in 2022? Noted attorney Lisa Sotto shares insights.
Everyone knows the OWASP Top 10 lists of application security and API risks. But what about #11 and beyond - aren't those key priorities, too? Matt Tesauro of Noname Security talks about "Beyond the Top 10" and relates it back to mitigating the Log4j zero-day vulnerability.
Identity: In most instances it can be an asset. But occasionally, left improperly secured, it can be a roadblock for an enterprise. Wade Ellery of Radiant Logic explains the Identity Data Fabric and how it can help enterprises solve major business problems.
As of Dec. 13, the U.K. is facing a "tidal wave" of infections from the COVID-19 Omicron variant, and case numbers are rising in North America as well. What do health experts know so far about the spread and severity of Omicron infections? Pandemic expert Regina Phelps shares insights.
COVID-19 has been a game changer - not just in how government agencies deliver services, but in how fraudsters try sneaking illegal access to them. Ryan Schaller, senior CIAM developer specialist at Okta, discusses these new faces of fraud and what state and local governments can do to combat them.
No question, the COVID-19 pandemic has been devastating for healthcare professionals. But it also has brought new opportunities for IT and security leaders to exercise unprecedented influence on healthcare enablement. Anahi Santiago, CISO of ChristianaCare, discusses this enormous responsibility.
Hellman Worldwide Logistics, one of the world's biggest logistics and shipping firms, is warning that its operations remain disrupted following an online attack of unspecified nature. The attack comes amid a busy season for e-commerce and shipping, with supply lines already stretched thin, experts say.
Digital transformation has not been lost on higher education. But IAM approaches are often homegrown and antiquated. CIAM offers a new approach that can streamline and optimize the student digital experiences, says Okta's Ryan Schaller.
Learn how the latest advances in privileged user monitoring can close windows of opportunity for attackers and keep business-critical data safe from credential theft, lateral attack movement, ransomware, and other threats.