A majority of financial institutions have reported a rise in account opening fraud and payment scams, which is expected to continue and cause losses for banks, says Trace Fooshee, strategic adviser at Aite-Novarica Group. He discusses new technologies to put in place to mitigate scam attacks.
Accelerated digital transformation has only complicated the identity verification challenge for enterprises. But Chuck Moore of Early Warning says behavioral analytics and anomaly detection combined can reduce both fraud and the friction that can come with traditional authentication methods.
How can organizations improve their resilience in a world that seems increasingly unpredictable? Advisory CISO Wolf Goerlich of Duo Security at Cisco shares findings from Cisco's Security Outcomes Study and offers considerations for CISOs on how to build robust cyber resilience programs.
At a time when applications are more business-critical than ever - and visibility is more challenging to achieve - we need to discuss new strategies and tools for maximizing application intelligence. Sujay Pathakji of Axiom Telecom and Srudi Dineshan of Gigamon share insights.
When it comes to advanced threat response, 42% of financial institutions say their current abilities are average. Only 35% say automation currently plays a strong role. Josh Zelonis of Palo Alto Networks and Sid Srivastava of Accenture analyze the State of Security Automation in Financial Services.
Eighty percent of survey respondents say they either are well on the way or getting started toward becoming a "smart manufacturing company." Cloud migration, business resiliency and securing OT environments are among their priorities. Del Rodillas of Palo Alto Networks analyzes the survey results.
Fifty-three percent of survey respondents say cyberthreats became fiercer during COVID-19, and 17% say the pandemic disrupted their data security initiatives. These are among findings of a new survey sponsored by HelpSystems. Cary Hudgins analyzes the results and discusses how to put them to work.
Pete Barker was a cybersecurity Digital Loss Prevention practitioner before joining SpyCloud as Director of Fraud & Identity. He saw first-hand the impact of COVID-19 on fraud incidents, which are more automated and broadly targeted. He explains how "COVID changed all the rules" and how defenders can raise their game.
Zero trust, identity-first and perimeter-less security - they all need digital identities to establish digital trust. Join Sectigo's CSO and former Gartner analyst David Mahdi to learn about the importance of identity-first security and establishing digital trust for human and machine identities.
One common misconception about the mainframe is that ransomware poses no significant threat to it. Edward Shim of BMC Software dispels this myth and offers insight on how to shore up some of the mainframe's inherent weaknesses that adversaries may target.
"Mainframe" and "modernization" are not often used in the same sentence. But Eric Odell and Paul Allard of BMC Software share a mainframe DevOps strategy that can result in cost savings, automation efficiencies and reduced risk of mainframe defects.
The road to Zero Trust starts with an entry point on the road map. But what are the common entry points, and how might the journey unfold? Satish Gannu, CTO-Digital of Korn Ferry, discusses the Zero Trust road map with Paul Martini, CEO of iboss.
Everyone knows the OWASP Top 10 lists of application security and API risks. But what about #11 and beyond - aren't those key priorities, too? Matt Tesauro of Noname Security talks about "Beyond the Top 10" and relates it back to mitigating the Log4j zero-day vulnerability.
Identity: In most instances it can be an asset. But occasionally, left improperly secured, it can be a roadblock for an enterprise. Wade Ellery of Radiant Logic explains the Identity Data Fabric and how it can help enterprises solve major business problems.
COVID-19 has been a game changer - not just in how government agencies deliver services, but in how fraudsters try sneaking illegal access to them. Ryan Schaller, senior CIAM developer specialist at Okta, discusses these new faces of fraud and what state and local governments can do to combat them.