What is changing in the growth of enterprise data breaches is the focus of cybercrooks, who are changing tactics from the sweeping Heartland-style breach of years past, choosing instead to focus on smaller, more tactical attacks that are harder to spot and counter
Lessons from the Target Data Breach
In late 2013, Target was the victim of a massive data breach that affected as many as 110 million customers. Cyber attackers installed malicious software on point-of-sale devices at Target stores and were able to steal the financial information of 40 million customers and the personal information of 70 million. From lawsuits and fines to
How the number of data breaches is soaring — in one chart
Another day, another data breach. It can feel that way, and this Jefferies chart shows exactly how the last few years have seen a surge in hacking attacks targeting sensitive information.
When to Disclose A Data Breach: How About Never?
When your company gets attacked by hackers, how much do you tell the public and when? Often the answers are nothing and never, according to one attorney.
What Anthem Customers Should Do Next After Data Breach
Consumers can take steps to protect themselves and their medical information after a hacking attack like that on Anthem Health.
How Data Breach Insurance Protects Your Business
Along with robust security measures, data breach insurance is one of the most important ways a business can guard against the consequences of a cyber attack
5 Ways to Protect Yourself Against Data Breaches
The recent Marriott hotel data breach affected half a billion people. Who’s behind the attack, and what can we learn from it? We speak with Blase Ur, assistant professor of computer science at the University of Chicago.
Security Sessions: How to prepare for a data breach
In the latest episode of Security Sessions, CSO Editor-in-Chief Joan Goodchild chats with Michel Bruemmer from Experian Data Breach Resolution about its annual data breach response guide. The guide offers tips and process improvements for companies putting together a plan of attack when breaches occur.
Data Breach Insurance: Learn the True Cost of a Data Breach
Your business is at risk for a data breach if you collect any personal information from your customers. In the event of a data breach, your brand image could...
Tip Tuesday Cyber Liability / Data Breach
Businesses Under Threat: How To Survive Targeted Attacks
A few years ago it would have been an exceptional achievement for hackers to compromise the servers of a large company, but sadly, these incidents are becomi...
Essential security lessons from the CareFirst 1.1 million data breach
What lessons can the organization take from yet another successful data breach? For starters, you can’t prevent an attack if you can’t detect it. Our own research shows that 85% of companies don’t even use security event management to detect breach activity.
How to Safeguard Your Facebook Account After the Data Breach
Facebook's data breach affected over 50 million accounts giving attackers potential access to sensitive information - here's how to safeguard your account
Insurance 101 Preventing a Data Breach Kapnick
Cyber Attack Recovery Guide
Read HUB's Cyber Attack Recovery Guide to understand the 10 actions to take immediately when faced with a data breach crisis.
What are some of the direct and indirect costs of a data breach?
John Southrey, director of consulting services at TMLT, describes the costs - both direct and indirect - of a cyber data breach.
How to prevent data destruction from cybersecurity attacks
IBM's Christoper Scott discusses malware, how cyberattackers get into environments, and why using multifactor authentication is crucial if you use an online service.
How Big Data drives personalized care
Our data-driven approach includes statewide population health strategies.
What is a Data Breach Coach
As data breaches become increasingly complex, a new role has emerged to help organizations navigate their response and recovery.
A User’s Guide to Data Breach Insurance Coverage
High-profile data breaches like last year’s Equifax hack, which exposed the personal information of more than 147 million consumers and led to class action lawsuits, criminal investigations and increased regulatory scrutiny, serve as a vivid reminder that all companies need to take steps to protect themselves from such disaster. When preparing for and responding to a cyber event and its ensuing fallout, having comprehensive insurance coverage…