In mid-April of this year INTERPOL launched its brand new cyber-division in Singapore – the INTERPOL Global Complex for Innovation (IGCI) – which I believe is a landmark achievement for the global state of cybersecurity. I’d been personally campaigning for something like this to happen for several years beforehand, so [...]
The US Department of Defense’s supply chain, running from defense contractors to their subcontractors, is particularly vulnerable to cyberattacks, cybersecurity experts told Sputnik.
US defense contractor Raytheon and the private equity firm Vista Equity Partners will establish a new cybersecurity company in a $1.9 billion joint venture deal, Raytheon announced in a statement.
To hear politicians and the media talk about things, "cybersecurity" threats are some sort of existential threat that can only be stopped by giving the government more information and more control over our data. There is, of course, little to actually support that notion. Show More Summary
For capital markets firms, the start of the New Year brings a renewed focus on the financial IT trends that will shape their organizations. It’s no surprise that regulatory compliance and cybersecurity challenges continue to drive technology investments. Show More Summary
Cybersecurity is hot, with major breaches affecting every segment of society and industry.
Truthdig Editor-in-Chief Robert Scheer discusses the privacy, cybersecurity and civil liberty matters at the heart of his new book, “They Know Everything About You: How Data-Collecting Corporations and Snoooping Government Agencies Are Destroying Democracy,” with C-SPAN at the Los Angeles Times Festival of Books.
Raytheon disclosed early Monday that it is acquiring cybersecurity firm Websense and will form a joint venture with Vista Equity Partners to greatly expand the defense company's global cyber offerings. The new venture, in which Massachusetts-based Raytheon will hold an 80% stake, would subsume its cyber-products business and the much [...]
81% of CEOs see mobile technologies as being strategically important for their enterprises. The top three technology priorities of industrial manufacturing CEOs are mobility (73%), cybersecurity (72%) and data mining and analysis (70%). 86% of CEOs say a clear vision of how digital technologies including mobile can create competitive advantage is key [...]
Raytheon is expected to announce plans to acquire Websense in order to bring government security solutions into the enterprise.
Raytheon is betting it can leverage the cybersecurity skills it honed for the U.S. military and intelligence agencies to sell to banks and retailers, investing almost $1.7 billion to establish a stand-alone cyber business.
Leading US cybersecurity company FireEye claims to have detected an attack on government organizations carried out by an alleged Kremlin-backed group of hackers.
Let’s get the scary stuff out of the way upfront: Cybercrime costs the global economy $575 billion annually, according to reports. The United States takes a $100 billion hit, the largest of any country, according to Politico. A report from former U.S. Show More Summary
Connecting the dots between IT asset management, cybersecurity, enterprise architecture, and the operationalization of IT information is a tall order, but is an increasingly familiar enabler of business agility at enterprises that must deal with complexity and ongoing change.
by Angela Guess A recent article out of the organization reports, “ISACA today introduced a portfolio of new cybersecurity certifications that are the first to combine skills-based training with performance-based exams and certifications. Show More Summary
ACLU decries it as "serious cybersecurity lapses by numerous federal agencies."
A new report lays out predictions for how far technology could develop by the year 2025. Newyorker.com editor Nicholas Thompson joins CBSN with more on how our lives could be impacted.
China suspended bank-technology rules that drew protests from the U.S. government and business groups, in a move that could help ease cybersecurity tensions between Washington and Beijing.
Today was Tax Day in the United States, when we file our federal income tax returns. This has been an odd tax season in America for reasons that aren’t at all clear, but I am developing a theory that cybersecurity failures may shortly bring certain aspects of the U.S. Show More Summary
We talk a lot about cybersecurity here, and not just because the Internet is a scary place full of crazed Russian hackers ready to steal your every cached file. It's because of that, but it's also because we're lawyers, and we're trained to look at potential risks. Some of......