Exclusive, insightful audio interviews by our staff with banking/security leading practitioners and thought-leaders
Can Evidence Collected by Cellebrite's Tools Be Trusted?
The latest edition of the ISMG Security Report features an analysis of whether courts can trust evidence collected by Cellebrite's mobile device forensic tools. Also featured: Report shows attackers' dwell times plummeting; a call for partnership with law enforcement.
Analysis: 'Cybersecurity Call to Arms'
The latest edition of the ISMG Security Report features an analysis of British spy chief Jeremy Flemming’s "cybersecurity call to arms." Also featured: Insights on COVID-19 business continuity planning; the wisdom of the late Dan Kaminsky.
Protect the Brand: Online Fraud and Cryptocurrency Scams
Phishing, online fraud, cryptocurrency scams – they are coming at lightning speed, threating enterprises and their brands. And just as fraudsters rely on automation to deliver these attacks, defenders can use automated tools to protect their brands. Jeff Baher of Bolster tells how.
Analysis: REvil’s $50 Million Extortion Effort
The latest edition of the ISMG Security Report features an analysis of ransomware gang REvil’s threat to release stolen Apple device blueprints unless it receives a massive payoff. Also featured: discussions of the importance of a “shift left” strategy and efforts to secure cryptocurrencies.
Certificate Lifecycle Management Just Got More Strategic
“Work from anywhere” is a game-changer, and it has significant impacts on certificate lifecycle management. Patrick Nohe of GlobalSign discusses the new, strategic approach security leaders need to take for CLM.
Does FBI Exchange Remediation Action Set a Precedent?
The latest edition of the ISMG Security Report features an analysis of whether the FBI removing malicious web shells from hundreds of compromised Microsoft Exchange Servers could set a precedent. Also featured is a description of an unusual fraud scam plus an update on security product development trends.
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