There’s no denying that fortifying defenses is the first step to cyber-resiliency. What takes a back seat though, is the lack of proper incident response plans. IBM-Ponemon’s 2018 cyber-resiliency study reveals 77 percent of firms lack proper incident response plans.
The CISO of Mahindra & Mahindra Financial Services reveals why security leaders need to be upfront about things and prepare for the outcome of every strategy.
With the dynamics of cyber space, professionals like us will have to continue follow a risk-based approach with cost-benefit-analysis, says Pankaj Thakkar, CISO, Birlasoft.
A whistleblower revealed how Donald Trump used data mining bigwig Cambridge Analytica to collect data without authorization to influence voters during his presidential run.
Kroll, a corporate investigations and risk consulting firm based in the US, has published its 10th annual Global Fraud & Risk Report. The survey conducted among business executives across the globe has reported higher rate of fraud incidents in India when compared to the global average.
RBI has set April 30th as the deadline for banks to link their CBS with SWIFT. Here are five cases of SWIFT misuse that led to a cybersecurity nightmare, which could have been avoided.
A massive internet blackout similar to the Dyn DNS outage in 2016 could easily happen again, despite relatively low-cost countermeasures, according to a new study out of Harvard University.
APT37, popularly known as Reaper has been primarily targeting the chemicals, electronics, manufacturing, aerospace, automotive, and healthcare industries for North Korean state interests.
If the Rs 12,700 crore fraud wasn’t bad enough, reports emerge that the Punjab National Bank has been hit by an alleged data breach, which compromised sensitive details of 10,000 debit and credit card accounts.
In the wake of the Rs 11,400 crore loan fraud at Punjab National Bank, the Reserve Bank of India has mandated banks to link their internal software with the SWIFT inter-bank messaging system.