In an age where data has become a valuable commodity that is the object of cybercrime, organisations and cybersecurity professionals must work within applicable legal frameworks in preventing, detecting and responding to cybercrime and cyber-attacks.
The move enables financial institutions to outsource certain business functions with a peace of mind.
Seventeen fintech developers from eight countries showcased their solutions that promote integrity, accountability and transparency in the public sector and beyond at the Demo Day in Singapore.
In a Computerworld Malaysia 'rapid fire' interview, Hong Leong's Head of Group IT Security Suresh Ramasamy delves into some unknown security fears in the transformation era.
Investing in security tools that end-up on the shelf or underutilised is not inevitable, and it can be reduced or even eliminated by some proactive and surprisingly simple first steps.
The security whodunnit: analysing the language used in an attack is just one tool to assign attribution, and it’s not always reliable.
New round of malicious emails follows earlier campaign.
"Sometimes the questions are complicated but the answers are simple".
Even NDB-exempt small businesses face EU breach notification obligations, non-compliance fines.
Alex Taverner of BAE Systems shares a few lessons CISOs can learn from the recent Lazarus attacks to help them direct their increased security investment wisely.
Windows 10 is infamous for having snooping baked in, but one government stood up for user privacy.
If shadow IT is a problem with business decision makers, that may be a sign your senior security person isn't engaged at a high enough level.
IT professionals want more visibility into encrypted traffic on their networks, as well as public and private clouds in order to improve their security posture, according to Ixia’s survey.
The cybersecurity industry isn’t keeping up with cyber threats, the Atlantic Council’s Joshua Corman told a SOURCE Boston audience.
A Boston police detective told the Boston Fed’s 2017 Cybersecurity Conference that one reason cybercrime is rampant is because victims make it too easy.
Former Australian Federal Police officer and former head of security at the Commonwealth Bank John Geurts used a SAS customer event in Melbourne to warn of the various types of fraud that can be perpetuated on businesses.
IT, communications and security experts share tips on what to do when your business is hit with an IT-related disaster, such as a cyberattack, an ecommerce site crash or a software failure.
To mitigate threats more effectively, digital payment companies need to adopt technologies like artificial intelligence, says Fortinet's Michael Joseph.
[Updated] The error that caused some transactions between 27 April and 2 May to be double-posted on 6 June has been fixed; access to ATMs and electronic channels restored.
A new report finds mid-tier companies are increasingly turning to security-as-a-service offerings to manage their network security needs.