Threat Intelligence

Dark Reading Launches New Conference on Cyber Defense

November event will focus on attendee interaction, "blue team" best practices

Trusted IDs Gain Acceptance in Smart Building Environment

A majority of survey respondents believe identities can be connected across multiple systems and devices through a single ID card or mobile phone.

Organizations Are Detecting Intrusions More Quickly

But almost every other metric in Trustwave's 2017 global cybersecurity report card is headed in the wrong direction.

Data Breach Costs Drop Globally But Increase in US

The average total cost of a data breach declined 10% year-over-year around the world, but in the US edged upward by 5%.

Apple iOS Threats Fewer Than Android But More Deadly

Data leakage and corruption haunt iOS and Android mobile apps the most, a new study shows.

Feds Call on Contractors to Play Ball in Mitigating Insider Threats

It's said that you're only as strong as your weakest player.

That's as true in security as it is in sports.

Cloud Security & the Power of Shared Responsibility

When you and your CSP jointly embrace the shared security responsibility model you can achieve greater success than you or your provider can achieve alone.

Cybersecurity Fact vs. Fiction

Based on popular media, it's easy to be concerned about the security of smart cars, homes, medical devices, and public utilities.

But how truly likely are such attacks?

RNC Voter Data on 198 Million Americans Exposed in the Cloud

One of the largest known US voter data leaks compromised personal information via an unsecured public-storage cloud account set up on behalf of the Republican National Committee.

Rise of Nation State Threats: How Can Businesses Respond?

Cybersecurity experts discuss nation-state threats of greatest concerns, different types of attacks, and how organization can prepare.

Microsoft, Accenture Team up on Blockchain for Digital ID Network

Microsoft and Accenture use blockchain tech to build a digital ID network, which will help give legal identification to 1.1 billion people without official documents.

Accused Yahoo Hacker May Comply with US Extradition

A Canadian hacker accused of collaborating with Russian cybercriminals in the 2014 Yahoo breach, may waive his right to fight US extradition.