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Transaction Protection in a Human-Not-Present Age

Imagine it is 10AM and you’re sitting in a meeting at work. You gaze out the window only to see your car drive out of the parking lot, turn left at the end of the road, and disappear around the corner. Your car, having sensed it needs a change of oil and seeing today’s calendar…

Shadowfall

Over the last several months, RSA Research embarked on a cross-organizational effort against RIG Exploit Kit (RIG EK or just plain RIG), which led to insight into the operational infrastructure (and possibly the entire ecosystem), as well as significant discoveries related to domain shadowing. Domain shadowing is “a technique in which attackers steal domain account…

Chances are your account has been breached

When it comes to protecting personal data, there are three types of people in the world: Those who go to great lengths to protect their personal information, using unique passwords and trying to remain un-breached. Those who are ignorant or ambivalent to the impact of breaches and the personal security risk they entail. Those who…

What Really Led to WannaCry?

Much of the focus on WannaCry has been on how it works and what organizations need to do in the near term to recover. It’s important, however, to take a step back and ask ourselves why WannaCry became such a tour-de-force in the first place. After all, the security community has been talking about concepts…

Metrics (Not Just Fun Facts!) Are key to driving a Business-Driven Security™ Strategy

Dave Gray & Azeem Aleem “What’s Measured Improves” Peter Drucker It’s mid-2017 and we have already witnessed the conundrum across organizations as the pressure of building a more efficient business creates loopholes for cyber criminals to gain an advantage. In a previous blog we talked about the traditional perimeter melting away and how the “not…

What Your Business Can Learn from WannaCry

The biggest cyber attack began last week, spreading to more than 150 countries and infecting 200,000 machines. The outbreak is a ransomware threat, WanaCrypt0r 2.0 also known as WannaCry, with worm-like capabilities leveraging an exploit against vulnerable Microsoft Windows® operating systems. Ransomware mimics the age-old crime of kidnapping: someone takes something you value, and in…

RSA Identity Governance and Lifecycle: An Executive View from KuppingerCole

When one of the leading independent analyst organizations in the identity space weighs in favorably on your approach to identity governance, that’s news worth sharing. In the KuppingerCole Report “Executive View: RSA® Identity Governance and Lifecycle,” analyst John Tolbert gets at the heart of RSA’s belief in the effectiveness of an integrated, comprehensive, end-to-end approach:…

2017 is the Year for RSA Business-Driven Security™ Solutions

This week, RSA will be making a global announcement during the 2017 RSA Conference to formally unveil RSA Business-Driven Security solutions, a new approach to help customers manage cyber risk. This architecture, along with several concurrent solution and service announcements, enables customers to take command of their risk posture and secure what matters most. BUSINESS-DRIVEN…

Launching the Security Operations Center (SOC) at RSA Conference

Welcome to RSA Conference 2017! The RSA Conference SOC team set up the Security Operations Center over the weekend. We were here along with scores of construction crews re building huge booth displays for some of the largest security companies in the world. It was a long weekend of building, lighting – and of course…

Joining RSA’s Mission To Deliver Business-Driven Security – From RSA’s New President Rohit Ghai

I am delighted to be joining RSA at such an exciting and transformational time in the security industry. 2016 brought an unprecedented focus on the global cybersecurity situation. From the use of IoT vulnerabilities to halt the largest global websites, to politically motivated intrusions, to power grids being targeted – threats that were previously unimaginable…