As long as C-suite executives believe that cybersecurity is an IT issue, they will remain disengaged from the solutions and their role in supporting a robust cyber risk management strategy.
The latest IBM X-Force report highlighted threats stemming from misconfigured cloud servers and inadvertent insider negligence and examined malware trends from 2017 that could continue into 2018.
In the rush to deflect blame in the wake of an insider attack, many organizations fail to answer critical questions that could help them avoid similar cases of employee fraud in the future.
Security training programs should go beyond the basics and address why phishing attacks, social engineering schemes and other insider threats impact employees personally.
Cisco's "2018 Annual Cybersecurity Report" found that burst attacks, cryptoworms and mobile threats are among security professionals' top concerns in 2018.
CyberEdge's new cyberthreat defense report revealed that the volume of overall breaches is in decline even as cloud-based threats and the IT skills gap put pressure on security teams.
A UBA solution powered by machine learning enables security teams to model normal behavior and track subtle changes in user activity to identify malicious insiders.
Increased adoption of digital data management solutions may be contributing to the increasing volume of security breaches in healthcare, according to a recent survey.
Security professionals need a comprehensive way to analyze user behavior, automatically respond to reports of suspicious activity and manage user access accordingly to thwart insider threats.
According to IBM's Christopher Scott, who spoke at The Wall Street Journal's Pro Cybersecurity Executive Forum, the road to better incident response is "a marathon, not a sprint."