IDT CIO Faces Down New Crop of Global Threats
Simon Marshall 7/16/2018 Post a comment
IDT CIO Golan Ben-Oni has faced down two serious cyberattacks in the last year and he expects more are on the way. From selecting vendors to thinking about the cloud, here's how Ben-Oi is rethinking the security landscape.
Endpoint Security: A Never-Ending Battle to Keep Up
Simon Marshall 5/7/2018 1 comment
Endpoint security has evolved over the last several years as the BYOD trend has slowed, but enterprises are still uploading more data to the cloud, which is accessible on more devices. Even the notion of what an endpoint is has changed. What can enterprise security do?
GDPR: The New Price We Pay for Data Privacy
Simon Marshall 2/28/2018 3 comments
When the EU's GDPR regulations come into effect in May, the rules around how companies and individuals regard data privacy will change forever. Even for those outside Europe, this could be an expensive journey to take.
Cryptocurrency Crime: The Internet's New Wild West
Simon Marshall 2/20/2018 6 comments
The popularity of Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies has opened the floodgates to different cybercrimes, scams and outright theft. A pair of reports from Cisco and Digital Shadows paints a portrait of this new Wild West of the Internet.
Allure Seed Round Funds AI Security
Simon Marshall 2/2/2018 3 comments
Flush with $5.3 million in funding, Allure Security is taking a novel approach to data security by using AI and machine learning. CTO Dr. Salvatore J. Stolfo sat down with Security Now to explain how it works.
The Gift of Simple Security
Simon Marshall 11/14/2017 1 comment
Alert Logic's Marc Willebeek-Lemair has seen complex security and now thinks that simple solutions are the best for most enterprises.
Open Source is Getting Safer
Simon Marshall 11/1/2017 6 comments
Open source is not unsafe by nature, and a new report has numbers to back that up. If your software is unsafe, blame programming, not the license.
Kaspersky's US Gov Woes Continue
Simon Marshall 10/27/2017 5 comments
Kaspersky has admitted that its software grabbed a classified file from a private computer. Does it prove the US government's claims – or prove that Kaspersky is a good global citizen?
Will Transparency Save Kaspersky?
Simon Marshall 10/25/2017 4 comments
Kaspersky is trying radical transparency to counter accusations that it acts as a front for Russian intelligence. Will it be enough to quiet the skeptics?
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