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Why Digital Forensics are Instrumental to Rapid Incident Response

Posted by Jason Silberman on Mar 14, 2019 5:20:26 PM

The practice of digital forensics in cybersecurity focuses on recovering and investigating artifacts found on devices to determine the nature of an incident or cyberattack.

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Crime Has Become Automated, But our Defenses Have Not—It's Time to Change That

Posted by Marc Goodman on Dec 18, 2018 4:18:14 PM

The epic and exponential rise in cybercrime is a subject of near-daily discussion in the national and local news. Whether it’s from ransomware, identity theft, digital corporate espionage, information warfare, compromised election systems or hacked critical infrastructures—increasingly all of our information systems are under attack. While the media is quick to report on the “what” of each data breach (for example, company X was hacked so change your password to that account), they rarely delve into the why and the how. How are these attacks taking place, and why are they growing at a pace so much quicker than all other forms of criminal activity? Without understanding the “why and how” of cybercrime, we are doomed to fail in our battle against cyberattacks. 

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Stepping Up Cyber Defense for Wire Transfers: SWIFT CSCF Compliance

Posted by Guy Rosenthal on Dec 13, 2018 5:15:22 PM

The Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication, known as SWIFT, became a household name in 2016, when hackers breached Bangladesh Bank's SWIFT wire transfer system and made off with almost $81 million. More than a dozen other banks around the world were hit with similar cyberattacks. Although compromised wire transfer systems haven't made headlines lately, they're still happening—and starting to appear in the consumer world.

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Ponemon Report: How Security Teams Defend Against Post-Breach Attackers

Posted by Beth Ruck on Nov 15, 2018 9:57:52 AM

Moody's Cyber Risk Group: “Cyber becomes more and more important.”

On November 12, Moody’s announced its intent to start incorporating in its credit rating method the degree to which an organization faces risk of major impact from a cyberattack. This follows the news, back in February 2018, that the Securities and Exchange Commission issued additional guidance on its requirement that public companies must “inform investors about material cybersecurity risks and incidents,” even if they have not yet been the target of a cyberattack.  

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