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December 20, 2018
Cybersecurity vulnerabilities associated with PCs often overlook BIOS. Read for strategies to offset these threats and for preventing unauthorized BIOS modifications.
November 21, 2018
Panelists at Infosec North America advised those charged with third-party vendor management to perform due diligence and assess the innate risk vendors create for business processes.
December 19, 2016
After the U.S. was allegedly plagued by Russian cyberattacks during the election, members of both the Democratic and Republican parties are now calling for investigations. Also in recent GRC news: ...
December 01, 2016
The future of regulatory compliance is under scrutiny as President-elect Donald Trump's administration continues the transition process. Also in recent GRC news: Hackers demanded ransom after ...
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OPSEC (operations security) is a security and risk management process and strategy that classifies information, then determines what is required to protect sensitive information and prevent it from getting into the wrong hands. Continue Reading
An ethical hacker, or white hat hacker, is an information security expert authorized by an organization to penetrate computing infrastructure to find security vulnerabilities a malicious hacker could exploit. Continue Reading
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The CISO-CIO reporting structure comes with a serious conflict of interest, argues cybersecurity expert Tarah Wheeler. Here's why. Continue Reading
The private sector operates much of U.S. critical infrastructure, but is it doing enough to further national cybersecurity strategy efforts designed to protect these assets? Continue Reading
Calls are growing louder for information security regulations to target consumer-centric technology such as the IoT and drones, but legislating their use could prove difficult. Continue Reading
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Even the best security controls have data management gaps that create risk. Here are steps to identify and offset residual risk during an assessment. Continue Reading
Protecting devices associated with industrial control systems, IoT and IIoT presents many challenges, but wide-ranging regulatory mandates can help guide cybersecurity processes. Continue Reading
With the rollout of data privacy regulations, individual data rights and the right to be forgotten are forcing organizations to re-examine how they handle customer information. Continue Reading
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A D-Link router vulnerability was used to send banking users to a fake site in order to steal their information. Learn more about this vulnerability with expert Judith Myerson. Continue Reading
In this Ask the Expert, IT governance expert Jeffrey Ritter discusses his formula to successfully align new technology with ITSM compliance standards -- all while minimizing risk. Continue Reading
Bastille researchers created the SirenJack proof of concept to show how a vulnerability could put San Francisco's emergency warning system at risk. Judith Myerson explains how it works. Continue Reading