Insight Category: Business Threat Intelligence

GDPR will evolve as an opportunity to reshape the personal data landscape and businesses will necessarily adapt.  While much focus has been on enforcement mechanisms and potential fines, the fact is businesses around the world have invested significant resources moving their organizations towards compliance – but the effectiveness of those investments remains to be seen.

Global Business leaders need to accept the reality that today’s intellectual property is always at risk. Taking a long-term view of their cyber security and supply chains will enable them to secure their most valuable assets – intellectual property.

Supermicro is the latest hack to affect the business world. Liberty’s Triton Cyber team has developed some key thoughts to get you up to speed on what is happening and if you could potentially be impacted.

Corporations need to expand their cybersecurity footprint from employees that are on-premise using corporate equipment and must prepare against the newest trend in advanced threats: citizens as cyber weapons.

Thousands of companies continue to have issues with individuals downloading known vulnerable software and companies need to figure out better ways to protect themselves and their customers.

In the wake of the Saks Fifth Avenue and Lord & Taylor data breach, it’s a reminder for firms to be vigilant in protecting user and payment data and the repercussions of not investing in security.

The roundtable exercise at the 2018 MAPI conference challenged senior risk managers with the tasks of finding, isolating, and remediating the security incident affecting production operations.

Organizations must be prepared, responsible, strategic and proactive when it comes to protecting themselves and their networks. From the new reality where the technical barriers to entry continue to lower for new attackers while the toolsets at their disposal quickly proliferate and strengthen.

In a recent article in SupplyChainDive, Liberty Partner Tom Derhake weighs in on how supply chain executives should be thinking about keeping their digital assets safe.

Equifax, one of the three major consumer credit reporting agencies, disclosed on 7 Sep 2017 that hackers had successfully obtained unauthorized access to sensitive privacy and financial information of upwards of 143 million American consumers.