RSA Security stories
Attack from DOS: In Zero We Trust
In combination with malware, DDoS attacks on banks have been used to cause distraction so the transfer of stolen funds goes unnoticed.
The real reason to use risk-based authentication in the enterprise
By analysing what the user knows, has, and does, the risk engine can identify legitimate users while denying access to intruders.
Security experts underscore identity assurance in post-lockdown era
Organisations should rebuild, re-prioritise and re-assess their current security programs, with the ultimate goal of enhancing threat response.
Interview: RSA explains security in the epoch of IT disruption
Remote work surge tests cybersecurity; RSA's Craig Dore advises on readiness.
'We are in a permanent state of cyber warfare' say 88% of IT pros
Nation-state attacks are on the rise, leading to an increasing focus on national cybersecurity protocols, according to a survey by Venafi.
Your dynamic workforce just got a whole lot more dynamic
Overnight, your dynamic workforce just got even more dynamic - and not in the ways that anyone particularly wants.
FIDO: The word that could defeat phishing attacks once and for all
Attackers know that sometimes they don’t need to attack the technology – they just need to attack people instead.
Dell Technologies sells RSA for US$2 billion
Clarke reveals that RSA and Dell Technologies developed different strategies to meet different business needs with different go-to-market models.
Sunway University launches SOC Lab powered by RSA Security
Sunway University invests RM3m in CSI Labs to bolster cybersecurity education & training.
RSA responds to increasing ANZ regulations with new updates
RSA updates Archer Suite for Aussie and Kiwi data protection laws.
Sektor NZ acquires security distie DUO NZ
Sektor New Zealand has acquired cybersecurity distributor DUO New Zealand in order to expand its security portfolio.
RSA appoints DUO as NZ distributor
DUO will have access to RSA’s technology, exclusive discounts and end-to-end sales and technical support, including training.
Dialling up deception: ‘Vishing’ scams prey on human trust
The Australian Taxation Office (ATO) recently warned of a sophisticated phone scam, manipulating Australians for a reported $830,000 in November.
Industry 4.0 — today’s cyber war front
The anticipation around what Industry 4.0 may bring to the table has placed ASEAN—a region of relatively lower labor productivity—firmly under the spotlight.
Interview: RSA's Craig Dore on the basics of MFA
A good MFA solution would cover access for both types of applications, and enable access for both employees and third parties such as contractors.
Exclusive interview: RSA on the road to AI security
Organisations are now capable of leveraging AI as its advanced to the point of addressing critical issues in cybersecurity.
Scammers spoof UK university domains as part of massive fraud campaign
Action Fraud UK is warning people to be wary of any emails they receive that look like they belong to UK university email addresses.
RSA says blockchain presents a new wave of cyber-risk for global organisations
The $3.1 billion global investment in blockchain solutions in 2018 presents a potential cause for alarm, according to RSA.
How to choose, manage, and mitigate third party risk - RSA
If you look at many of the major data breaches over the last five years, there is often a third party involved.
Interview: RSA Security decodes digital fraud and its effects on APAC
The current threat landscape in Asia Pacific is no more or less sophisticated than in other parts of the world, but the scale of the market and the rate of change make it a hotspot for digital fraud attacks.
Mobile app fraud transactions have skyrocketed 680% since 2015
Mobile app fraud has risen by 680% since 2015, as hackers target mobile channels for fraud, according to RSA Security's Q1 2018 Fraud Report.
Why cybercriminals are corrupting popular social media platforms
Fraudsters are targeting legitimate social media platforms to create a new type of fraud market – one that has a global reach.
70% of security experts say social media should be government regulated
A survey has found the majority believe social media data collection needs to be regulated, despite having little faith in their governments.
Passwords: They're as useless as the 'g' in lasagna
Passwords have long been the primary method of authentication, but they're not secure. So what's the solution? Machine learning and automation.