Welcome to ISMG's compendium of RSA Conference 2022. The 31st annual conference covered a wide range of topics including cybercrime, cyberwarfare, zero trust, supply chain risk, ransomware, OT security, cyber insurance and jobs. Access 150+ interviews with the top speakers and influencers.
How can you leverage artificial intelligence and make sense of data from different industries to determine whether a customer is creditworthy or whether an account is a mule account? Guy Sheppard, general manager of financial services at Aboitiz Data Innovation, discusses a case study.
At a time when applications are more business-critical than ever - and visibility is more challenging to achieve - we need to discuss new strategies and tools for maximizing application intelligence.
In this eBook, Sujay Pathakji of Axiom Telecom and Srudi Dineshan of Gigamon share insights on how to:
Obtaining threat insight is like practicing judo - you want to use your attacker's power against them.
In this eBook, Chris Borales, senior manager of product marketing at Gigamon, and Tom Dager, CISO of Archer Daniels Midland Company, review how to keep pace with the evolving ransomware landscape and discuss:
The Biden executive order on cybersecurity was a catalyst for action, with tight delivery times for steps including promotion of SBOMs and zero trust. The cyber-physical nexus and expanding threat surface mean it's not easy to maintain vigilance, but recognizing that is the first step.
Ransomware-wielding criminals constantly refine their behavior and tactics to maximize the chance of a payday, and recently they have been implementing fresh strategies for monetizing stolen data, says Steve Rivers at threat intelligence firm Kela.
XM Cyber has purchased Cyber Observer to help customers ensure their security products are installed and configured correctly and not opening up potential attack vectors. The deal will help customers see both their areas of exposure as well as how their existing security controls can react.
IronNet is laying off 17% of its employees in a cost-cutting effort just 10 months after going public by merging with a special purpose acquisition company. The 55 layoffs will occur by the end of June and the company will spend the $1 million allocated for severance and other termination benefits.
Watch out for APT and state-sponsored hackers using the Log4Shell vulnerability to gain unauthorized entry into unpatched VMware Horizon Systems and Unified Access Gateway servers, says a joint advisory from CISA and the U.S. Coast Guard Cyber Command.
Modern applications and architectures are permeating more deeply into organizations to transform back-office functions as well as those that directly affect the customer experience, according to Kara Sprague, F5's executive vice president and general manager of application delivery.
A new Android malware that can steal financial data, credentials, crypto wallets, personal data and cookies; bypass multifactor authentication codes; and remotely control infected devices is targeting online banking customers and financial institutions, cybersecurity researchers at F5 Labs say.
The proliferation of IoT devices and cloud has created a more vulnerable attack landscape, while technologies such as AI and deep learning can potentially thwart zero-day threats, says Itai Greenberg, chief strategy officer at Check Point Software Technologies.
In his spare time, ransomware expert Allan Liska recently became a certified sommelier. Branching out from his day job as principal intelligence analyst at Recorded Future, Liska says he's found numerous parallels between the deductive tasting process and threat intelligence.
Until its disruption earlier this year, the Russian-language Hydra marketplace was the world's largest darknet market. Studying how Hydra became such a success will be key to tracking and disrupting future darknet markets, says Ian Gray, senior intelligence director at Flashpoint.