Posts Tagged 'network security'

This post first appeared on the security website Dark Reading. We need consumers and businesses to not simply shrug off data breaches but to take active measures to protect their data. We are hopeful that new insights will provide a compelling answer to the question “So what?” No company is bulletproof when it comes to […]

This blog was originally posted at Dark Reading on March 31. Shared cyberthreat intelligence will soon be a critical component of security operations, enabling organizations to better protect their digital assets and respond more quickly to emerging threats. On March 17, the US Department of Homeland Security announced the deployment of the Automated Indicator Sharing […]

Every quarter, the team at McAfee Labs releases a threats report detailing information about the latest trends in malware and cybersecurity.  This “Cyber State of the Union” provides a lot of great insights but may seem a bit overwhelming to someone who doesn’t work in the security industry. We’ve really reached a point where information […]

True Cost of Data Breaches from Matthew Rosenquist Data breaches are big business. Last year was a banner year for the loss of sensitive records. In 2015, more than 700 million records were exposed, with government and healthcare organizations representing the biggest victims. Wrapping our minds around the loss and subsequent costs is beyond difficult. […]

This post first appeared at Policy@Intel on March 9. In an effort to accelerate cyber information sharing, and in response to a presidential executive order, the Department of Homeland Security recently announced the formation of the Information Sharing and Analysis Organization (ISAO) Standards Organization. The organization comprises six working groups, and I’ve been appointed chair […]