Threat intelligence and information sharing - the quickly emerged as dominating topics at RSA Conference 2015. ISMG's executive editors share their takeaways from the first half of the week-long event.
Europe does not know the true extent of its data breach problem, says Europol advisor Brian Honan, owing to the lack of a U.S.-style breach notification law to alert European consumers when their data has been stolen or exposed.
Direct from the show floor at the Moscone Center in San Francisco, ISMG offers for the first time ever a live streaming video feed of exclusive interviews with the world's top information security leaders.
At the heart of recent high-profile breaches ... is phishing. Why can't we get a handle on these schemes and get better at stopping them? PhishMe CEO Rohyt Belani on how to strengthen security's weakest link.
Ann Barron-DiCamillo discusses how DHS is standing up the National Cybersecurity and Communications Integration Center to serve as the portal for the government and businesses to share cyberthreat information.
The threat landscape has changed dramatically, and so must organizations' approach to cybersecurity. Jim Anderson of BAE Systems Applied Intelligence lays out the elements of the new cybersecurity agenda.
Most organizations are still doing poor jobs of adequately communicating threat information, even within their own organizations. Shawn Henry, President of CrowdStrike, offers strategies for the C-suite.
The new Identity Ecosystem Framework is ready for review. What do security professionals need to know? Kimberly Little Sutherland of LexisNexis Risk Solutions shares insights on the future of online identity.
As mobility cements itself as the ubiquitous technology of choice, the threats are evolving - and so must the defenses. Christy Wyatt of Good Technology on the future of enterprise mobility management.
As RSA Conference 2015 opens, ISMG's editorial team discusses the event's emerging themes and how they will be reflected in event coverage. What will be the key sessions and discussions in San Francisco?
New, advanced point-of-sale malware dubbed "Poseidon" can exfiltrate card data directly from every infected device. And security experts warn that too many retailers fail to test POS devices and segment networks to mitigate all malware threats.