Author: Chris Palm

Chris Palm Chris Palm has 20 years of experience focused on the intersection of technology, business, and policy, where issues of security and privacy are shaping how technology impacts our lives. He has worked to tell these stories with technology leaders such as McAfee, VeriSign, Symantec, Entrust, Microsoft, Sun Microsystems, and Intel Security. As a director of corporate communications for Intel Corporation’s Intel Security Group, Chris manages executive public relations, thought leadership/research, and crisis and issues communications for the organization’s Office of the CTO, McAfee Labs, and the Advanced Threat Research group. Chris holds an MBA from Thunderbird School of Global Management and a BA in English Language and Literature from University of Southern California.

  Intel Security and Kaspersky Labs today announced that 13 law enforcement agencies have joined No More Ransom, a partnership between cybersecurity industry and law enforcement organizations to provide ransomware victims education and decryption tools through Intel Security, Kaspersky Labs, Dutch National Police, and Europol will be joined by members from Bosnia and Herzegovina, […]

Over the last several days, we’ve seen headlines on potential cyberattacks on state voter registries, cybersecurity front and center in the Clinton-Trump presidential debate, and new revelations into the Yahoo! cyber-breach that appears to have compromised more than 500 million user accounts. Intel Security CTO Steve Grobman fielded a number of questions on these events […]

Despite headlines, hype, and hysteria, US government rightly chooses cybersecurity guidance over regulation. The Obama administration today unveiled its long-awaited safety policy for self-driving or automated vehicles (AVs). Despite the recent tragic death of a passenger travelling in a Tesla-built AV, and persistent discussions of spectacular cyber-sabotage scenarios, the government chose a wise, sober course […]

Intel® Security today released The Hidden Data Economy report, which provides examples of how different types of stolen data is being packaged and offering prices for each type of data. Intel Security Group’s McAfee Labs organization examined pricing for stolen credit and debit card data, bank account login credentials, stealth bank transfer services, online payment […]