Hiring managers will need to get increasingly creative to find talent to fill their vacant information security positions, particularly in a shallow talent pool that is forecasted to get even thinner. Experts in the hiring trenches offer seven key tips to consider.
The telecom sector in India has repeatedly been targeted by malware attacks, raising serious concerns about vulnerabilities in one of the largest local business sectors. As a result, some security experts are calling for stronger enforcement of regulations and more frequent security audits.
The latest edition of the ISMG Security Report leads with a closer look at a new exploit kit and whether it represents a resurgence in these types of criminal packages. Also featured: a discussion of new vehicle security concerns and communications advice for CISOs.
What are some of the critical action plan for firms post-breach? Sapan Talwar, former IT security leader at Adobe, elaborates on how organizations should collaborate with law enforcement agencies and regulators in the wake of a breach.
RSA set the tone for its Singapore conference with President Rohit Ghai establishing the importance of precision advantage in the context of the escalating threat landscape. However, the key question is: Are security practitioners resonating with the idea of learning the lessons to bring the change?
The 2017 RSA Conference Asia Pacific & Japan, to be held July 26-28 in Singapore, will offer a security road map, imparting lessons to practitioners to help them navigate through cybersecurity complexities. Here's a preview of some of the top sessions.
The working group set up by the ministry of finance has released its recommendations for shaping the computer emergency response team in the financial sector, prescribing an exhaustive cybersecurity framework to help organizations prevent breach incidents.
A former Qualys customer for more than a decade, Mark Butler is now the company's CISO. And one of his jobs is to help spread the word to other security leaders about the vendor's vulnerability management solutions.
It's not enough to comply with government and industry regulations such as SOX, PCI, MICS, and HIPAA. Organizations must also prove their compliance to auditors on a regular basis. Even companies not bound by regulatory requirements may need to confirm their adherence to internal IT security policies.
The cost of a data breach can throw businesses into turmoil and derail careers. And that cost continues to rise. The potential for significant damage is massive on servers like IBM's Power Systems servers running IBM i, because they're widely used for database management, financial data processing, and business...
MeitY is requiring every government department in India to appoint a senior staff member as CISO. But some security experts question whether there are enough qualified security experts in all government departments to fill the new CISO positions and suggest departments consider hiring outside experts.
A focus on breach prevention and protecting the perimeter is outdated, so organizations need to shift to a focus on resiliency, says security thought leader Vishak Raman, former senior regional director for India and SAARC at FireEye.
With an aim to safeguard capital markets from cyberattacks, the Securities and Exchange Board of India has set up a committee on cybersecurity to provide guidance. But some security practitioners stress that the panel will prove effective only if its recommendations are actually carried out.