Drenan Dudley, who previously served as deputy national cyber director for strategy and budget at the Office of the National Cyber Director, will temporarily lead the agency while the White House nominee to serve in a permanent capacity awaits a vote in the Senate.
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The chief operating officer of an Atlanta-based cybersecurity firm has pleaded guilty and agreed to pay restitution of more than $818,000 in a federal criminal case in which he admitted hacking a Georgia medical center in 2018 in an effort to drum up business for his company.
Compromised mobile apps can be an open door to critical enterprise app servers and other back-end systems, and this survey aims to shine a light on a potential hole in most enterprise security walls – exposing potential gaps in CISO awareness.
In Q2 & Q3 2023, ISMG surveyed over 100 senior cybersecurity...
In today's hyper-connected world, telecommunication service providers play a pivotal role in ensuring seamless communication, data transfer and collaboration for businesses. But the evolving threat landscape of cybersecurity continues to pose significant challenges, which Ian Keller discusses.
In this episode of CyberEd.io's podcast series "Cybersecurity Insights," former Uber CSO Joe Sullivan discusses the Uber trial and offers guidance to future CISOs. Was the Uber case a data breach or not. Sullivan explained why that making that distinction can be complicated.
Israel is known for its cyber resilience, but small and medium businesses in the country need to reduce external communication during wartime to reduce their attack surface, said May Brooks-Kempler, director of Cyber Range Solutions and founder and former president of ISC2 Israel Chapter.
SEC regulators have filed charges against software company SolarWinds and its CISO Tim Brown - accusing them of misleading investors about the firm's cybersecurity practices in light of a high-profile hack. Canon security leader Quentyn Taylor examined implications for other CISOs.
Tech firms are making huge investments in generative AI tools, but nearly half of cybersecurity professionals say they have little or no or knowledge of AI, according to ISC2's Cyber Workforce Study 2023, which surveyed 14,865 international security practitioners and decision-makers.
Members of Congress don't agree on much these days. But a new bipartisan working group launched in the Senate on Thursday hopes to rally congressional support for potential legislation focused on improving the state of cybersecurity in the healthcare sector.
The fallout from the SEC's charges of fraud and internal control failures against SolarWinds and its CISO has implications for the industry. Cordery Compliance attorney Jonathan Armstrong advises security leaders to "take heed and remember that the actions of today can determine your fate tomorrow."
When asked what has changed most since Oct. 7, Chen Shmilo, CEO of Israel's 8200 Alumni Association, said "trust." Trust in leadership has changed, but trust in society and its power to be resilient has been renewed, he said. "In these darkest times, some things might even change for the better."
The recently ended ISMG Financial Services Summit was dedicated to fortifying cybersecurity preparedness in the financial services industry. Thought leaders guided critical discussions on cybersecurity topics such as critical infrastructure, incident response, supply chain threats and zero trust.
Hospitals, clinics and doctor practices have long fallen victim to cyberattacks and breaches kicked off with phishing emails. But with the advent of AI-augmented phishing, the lures are more convincing and could lead to even more scams targeting healthcare organizations, federal authorities warned.
U.S. government agencies and the private sector embraced information sharing but lack a coordinated response plan in the event of a massive cyberattack, a House Republican said. Public-private partnerships are essential since 80% of critical infrastructure in the U.S. is owned by the private sector.