The U.S. Marine Corps looks to expand its insider threat program and seeks proposals to include activity monitoring technology on its enterprise and classified networks. The goal is to give the Marines greater ability to monitor network traffic and stop insiders from exposing data.
Russian-Dutch multinational e-commerce company Yandex sustained a data breach in which 4,887 customer accounts were compromised after an employee with systems admin privileges gave unauthorized access to attackers.
What action can companies take to help prevent occupational fraud by insiders? Ganeshwaran Thuraisingham of the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners shares some important steps taken by the association in the APAC region to build awareness of emerging fraud trends and how to mitigate risks.
The sentencing this week of a medical researcher who pleaded guilty in a federal case involving conspiracy to steal trade secrets from a children’s hospital and sell them to China spotlights the growing risks to medical intellectual property posed by insiders.
Ticketmaster has agreed to pay a $10 million criminal fine to resolve charges that the company illegally accessed an unnamed competitor's computer system on at least 20 separate occasions, using stolen passwords to conduct a cyber espionage operation.
Italian authorities arrested two employees of the Italian defense contractor Leonardo S.p.A. for installing a backdoor Trojan into the company's systems and exfiltrating 10GB of data over a two-year period, according to local law enforcement officials.
A former Microsoft software engineer has been sentenced to nine years in prison after being found guilty on 18 criminal charges in connection with the theft of more than $10 million through the company's online retail platform.
COVID-19 accelerated everything else digital; why not fraud, too? In this latest CEO/CISO panel, cybersecurity leaders talk frankly about the pace and scale of new fraud schemes from business email compromise to card not present to insider risk.
A former vice president of a personal protective equipment packaging firm has been sentenced to prison and ordered to pay restitution for sabotaging the company's electronic shipping records during the COVID-19 pandemic - causing delays in deliveries - after he was terminated from his job.
A recent incident at a Canadian hospital involving a vendor's former employee who allegedly stole patient records in an attempt to extort money after being laid off illustrates the complex insider threats organizations face.
Shopify's announcement this week that two employees inappropriately accessed transactional data from 200 of the merchants that use its e-commerce platform demonstrates the importance of taking a "zero trust" approach to security and improving identity and access management capabilities, security experts say.
What will be the impact of the leak of investigatory documents from FinCEN - the U.S. Treasury Department's Financial Crimes Enforcement Network? For starters, experts warn that FinCEN reports may reveal sensitive information tied to banks and law enforcement agencies' investigatory tools and tactics.
An organization has successfully implemented a "zero trust" framework when it can achieve context-aware resolution of a risk, says Dr. Siva Sivasubramanian, CISO of SingTel Optus, an Australian telecommunications firm.
JPMorgan Chase is investigating whether some of its employees may have enabled misuse of the federal government's Paycheck Protection Program, which provided small business loans during the COVID-19 pandemic, Bloomberg reports.