RSA Blog - August 2018

  • 8/27/2018 RSA and NIST Partner to Reduce E-Commerce Fraud Risk In partnership with the National Cybersecurity Center of Excellence (NCCoE) at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), RSA and other industry leaders have partnered to develop a framework to help retailers reduce the risk of online fraudulent purchases. Learn more about the recommendations for multi-factor authentication and how your organization can provide public feedback.
  • 8/21/2018 Ready or Not, Here Comes the Next Big Digital Attack The recent ATM hack that netted cybercriminals $13.5 million from a bank in India happened just days after the FBI warned it was coming. Consider this the latest reminder about the importance of being ready for attacks before they happen, not after they’re already imminent.
  • 8/17/2018 Leave the Stone Age (and Spreadsheet) Behind People have been using spreadsheets for all sorts of applications, regardless of whether they were appropriate or not. Including using them for risk management. At the RSA Archer Summit 2018 this week, a mention of replacing spreadsheets by product manager Emily Shipman got some cheers from the audience.
  • 8/14/2018 RSA Report: Rogue Mobile Apps Account for 28 Percent of Fraud Attacks Rogue mobile apps accounted for 28 percent of fraud attacks observed by RSA in the second quarter of 2018 and over 70 percent of fraud transactions originated in the mobile channel. Learn more about the current state of global cybercrime and how to combat it more effectively.
  • 8/9/2018 Cyber Incident Risk: From IT Headache to Business Threat In the digital transformation era, the growing number, sophistication and severity of cyber attacks can pose a dire threat to an organization’s entire business. Unless IT and business teams work together to manage the risk, the results may be catastrophic. Avoiding the worst starts with a well-constructed, business-integrated risk framework.
  • 8/8/2018 Digital Transformation, Opportunity and Risk: How Will You Manage? There’s a lot to like about digital transformation and the opportunity it creates, but there’s also a lot to lose, if you don’t manage the risk it brings. Today, digital risk extends to every part of the organization, and you need a well-constructed risk framework to manage it. Here’s what you should know—and do—if you want to come out ahead.
  • 8/2/2018 Beyond the Password: Implementing MFA at Every Connection Point It’s time to think beyond the password to be sure users can connect conveniently to the resources they need while you increase security. Learn how implementing multi-factor authentication across all points of connection—VPN, SaaS apps and more—assures you that users are who they say they are, and assures them of a frictionless access experience.
  • 8/1/2018 New Ways to Manage Digital Risk Read why adaptive authentication and SIEM are essential tools to better detect changes in user behavior – fundamental to digital risk management.