New research by the ASIS Foundation indicates that full convergence of physical security, cybersecurity, and business continuity is not commonplace.
Researchers, technologists, and executives look at how artificial intelligence can have a positive impact on society.
Tarah Wheeler shares her thoughts on convergence and responding to security incidents at GSX 2019.
Stakeholders can work hand in hand to protect against insider and external threats and reduce the risk of data loss while simultaneously improving data protection and streamlining processes.
Equifax will pay $575 million and implement security reforms to settle charges stemming from its 2017 data breach.
Cannabis growers and retailers are prime targets for malicious cyber actors.
Through focus, patience, and non-linear thinking, malicious actors create new paths into organizations. Defenders can use attackers’ tactics against them.
Municipalities are increasingly becoming targets for ransomware attacks.
Executives are being targeted through a variety of cyberattacks. Stressful work environments are helping them succeed.
The cybersecurity workforce gap increased to more than 2.9 million globally in 2018, surpassing earlier estimates of unfilled positions.
Transnational criminal organizations are using improved connectivity and technology to discover new pathways to profit and stymie investigators.
Cryptojackers use the resources of their hosts’ computers and Internet of Things (IoT) devices to mine for cryptocurrency while evading detection.
The threat of compromising someone’s digital security to create a physical threat to an individual or an organization is on the rise.
A French regulator issued the first major fine for violations of the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation. Other organizations are taking note.
The longest U.S. government shutdown in history could have major ramifications for the nation’s cybersecurity.
Once siloed, cyber and physical security teams are now working together to address corporate risk.
Following the U.S. midterm elections, officials move their focus to the 2020 presidential election.
LinkedIn can be a valuable networking and recruitment tool. It can also be used to target employees to obtain corporate secrets.
Private companies come together to demand that authorities create privacy regulations to protect users’ data and technology.
Department of Interior, military, other agencies cite security concerns with Chinese-made drones.
A study from the University of Michigan found that voting machines advertised as a secure alternative are still hackable.
The internationalization of far-right threats and tension between the Persian Gulf countries rank as the top two security risks for companies in 2020, according to a new risk forecast.
The U.S. Office of Personnel Management (OPM) has made strides in increasing its cybersecurity, but more work remains to be done almost five years after the agency suffered one of the largest government data breaches in history.
ASIS Foundation study researches the degree to which physical security, cybersecurity, and business continuity have converged into a single department.
Despite writing and releasing the text of a bill, bipartisan work on a federal online privacy law is expected to continue well into 2020.
U.S. intelligence officials confirmed that Russia has been spreading a disinformation campaign about Ukrainian efforts to interfere in the 2016 U.S. presidential election.
U.S. federal officials say that foreign governments are trying to steal ideas, proprietary information, and research from American universities.
A group of U.S. federal agencies released a joint statement Tuesday pledging to work with states and localities to protect the 2020 election.
U.S. superiority in artificial intelligence is endangered, according to a new report from the National Security Commission on Artificial Intelligence.
U.S. Representatives Matt Gaetz and Steve Scalise led a group of lawmakers into a closed hearing on Capitol Hill on Wednesday in a major breach of protocol and security.
As part of National Cybersecurity Awareness month, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Agency (CISA) and the National Cyber Security Alliance (NCSA)—launched the “Own IT. Secure IT. Protect IT.” campaign.
A new study says employees are to blame for as many as half of all data breaches.
Australian, British, and U.S. officials asked Facebook not to fully encrypt its messaging services to provide greater access to data for law enforcement.