Online sports retailer Sports Warehouse has agreed overhaul its security program and pay a $300,000 fine to New York State after hackers stole 20 years' worth of payment card data and customer information the company was storing in plaintext on its e-commerce server.
Cyber programs must go beyond the digital realm and address physical security challenges around buildings and data centers even though there isn't a tool to implement. Firms often adopt physical security measures such as a secure data center with cameras and locked doors only when it's required.
Cyber insurance applicants should provide detailed responses that clarify the nature of their business to avoid claim denials in the event of a security incident. Pasich LLP Senior Managing Associate Tae Andrews urged applicants to "interrogate the interrogator" to push back on vague questions.
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The Federal Reserve's FedNow Service will launch in July this year. Many banks, including community banks, will be able to leverage FedNow as an instant payment platform. How can these banks prepare for faster payments, and what security controls should they consider adding?
Healthcare entities need to think more strategically about managing risk by implementing a robust cybersecurity framework such as the National Institute of Standards and Technology's CSF, said Bob Bastani, cybersecurity adviser at the Department of Health and Human Services.
Supply chain risk has become more critical in the post-pandemic world, and that means you need to ask "much more focused, targeted questions" about your partners, according to Sawan Joshi, director of information security at Cervest, a climate intelligence startup.
A cyber risk quantification startup backed by ex-Cisco CEO John Chambers has raised $50 million to apply ML technology and build more API adapters. The money will allow Safe Security to capitalize on generative AI to help nontechnical leaders better understand their organizations' security postures.
New resources released Monday from a high-profile federal advisory group provide insights into the state of healthcare sector preparedness and best practices for dealing with evolving cyberthreats, according to Erik Decker, CISO of Intermountain Healthcare and co-chair of the task force.
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A slew of top tech executives and artificial intelligence researchers called for a minimum half-year pause on advanced artificial intelligence systems. Tech giants already have fallen into a race to see who can be the quickest to incorporate AI into their products.
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The European Central Bank will conduct cyber stress tests to determine banks' resilience against cyberattacks. The tests, which will receive a "significant amount of time and resources," are set to be completed by mid-2024, said Andrea Enria, ECB's top official for oversight.
Identity verification and e-signature firm OneSpan is working with investment bank Evercore on a sale process that could attract interest from other businesses and private equity firms, Reuters reported. This follows five publicly traded cyber vendors agreeing to go private since the start of 2022.