Recent ransomware attacks highlight a rapidly expanding cyberrisk vector.
Courts have found that board directors have a fiduciary duty to protect sensitive data.
Board members and top-level executives continue to be most concerned about regulatory risk.
As 2016 candidates vie for office, much-needed cybersecurity legislation will likely be put on hold.
More than 40% of executives are either unsure whether their companies have formal cybersecurity protocols in place or do not understand them.
While cyberrisks constantly evolve, information security experts try to map this year’s threat landscape.
These common characteristics of phishing attacks can help email users better avoid scams.
Exploiting psychology more than technology, social engineering fraud has become one of the fastest-growing corporate crime threats.
A new EU data privacy law has profound operational and financial implications for businesses around the world.
Criminals are using social media to more easily identify and target victims.
According to the Identity Theft Resource Center, 2015 saw 780 data breaches that exposed a total of 177,866,236 records.
While it is impossible to eliminate the threat of social engineering fraud, there are several easy—and often inexpensive—ways businesses can reduce the risks.
Some of the year’s biggest events have lasting implications for the future of risk management.
Anne Neuberger, the NSA’s first CRO, discusses building an ERM program and the role risk management plays in national security.
The spread of the Internet of Things has given rise to “smart cities,” where technology promises to enhance municipal services.