Mike Cotton of Digital Defense sees a key shift in the threat landscape, as attackers focus more on attacking key endpoints and infrastructure. As a result, many organizations are developing security blind spots. Cotton explains how to regain visibility.
When leveraging AI and machine learning to drive banking innovations, it is essential to take a structured approach in implementing security-by-design for conducting proper risk assessment of the organizations and people involved, says Sameer Ratolikar, CISO, HDFC Bank
The latest edition of the ISMG Security Report offers a deep dive on the debate about whether law enforcement officials should have a "backdoor" to circumvent encryption. Also featured: An analysis of Equifax's settlement with the FTC and a discussion of a new report on the cost of data breaches.
An important component of managing third-party risks is monitoring the security technologies that vendor partners use, says Prakash Kumar Ranjan, IT security manager at CNH Industrial, a Netherlands-based capital goods firm.
A major misconception about cloud IAM is that it's easy to implement, says Mark Perry, CTO for APAC at Ping Identity. Implementation poses challenges, and cloud IAM must be carefully integrated with other systems, he says.
Misconfigured file storage technologies and a lack of basic security controls are the root causes for the inadvertent online exposure of 2.3 billion files worldwide that contain personal information, including sensitive medical data, says Harrison Van Riper, a security researcher at Digital Shadows.
Planning your security programs to incorporate the right digital context - the IT environment, the business processes and the risks - is essential for success, says Avinash Prasad, vice president and head of the managed services business at Tata Communications.
The latest edition of the ISMG Security Report describes the accidental discovery of a Tesla software vulnerability. Also featured: an analysis of the latest ransomware trends and insights from former federal advisers Richard Clarke and Robert Knake on cyber resilience.
There's good news and bad news about the current state of cybersecurity, according to Richard A. Clarke and Robert K. Knake, two former federal advisers who have written a new book. Learn about their concerns that cyberattacks could escalate into prolonged conflicts.
When it comes to supply chain risk, many organizations overlook how dependent they are on those critical relationships, says Matt Kraning of Expanse. As a result, they are minimizing serious security vulnerabilities. Kraning offers insights on re-thinking that dynamic.
India must chart its own path in deciding whether to allow Chinese telecom company Huawei to participate in 5G network trials, rather than automatically following in the footsteps of other nations that have banned the firm's technologies, says Rahul Sharma, founder of The Perspective, a consultancy.
The latest edition of the ISMG Security Report analyzes the significance of fines against British Airways and Marriott for violations of the EU's GDPR. Also featured are discussions of California's privacy law as a model for other states and the next generation of deception technologies.
The success of security operations centers will depend on how well they blend key technologies - including detection, user behavior analytics and orchestration, says Haiyan Song of Splunk, who offers strategic insights.