Technology is increasingly driving business, and security needs to become an intrinsic part of this equation. In an age where speed-to-market underpins success, security cannot be seen as an impediment, says Deloitte's Viswanathan.
India's cybersecurity co-ordinator, Dr Gulshan Rai, finds the cyber world becoming more complex with growth in interconnected devices and emphasizes a multi-stakeholder approach in building a cybersecure nation.
Distributed-denial-of-service attacks on banks are more powerful than ever, but we hear less about them than we did three years ago. How have attackers changed their tactics, and why should we be even more concerned about their strikes?
Brijesh Singh, CISO for the state of Maharashtra and IG of CID, says that the threat is evolving in such a manner that it is impossible for law enforcement alone to tackle it. "All of our traditional models of policing, they don't work here."
Symantec new Advanced Threat Protection solution aims at consolidating its key security offerings to enable organizations to remediate advanced threats effectively. Symantec's Kaura shares details, strategy in an interview.
As more banks and government agencies stop providing free BlackBerries to employees, the beleaguered smartphone manufacturer is attempting to reboot with the launch of its first Android smartphone, dubbed Priv for privacy.
Security may be doomed to remain misunderstood and perceived as a business hurdle if it continues to speak technology. Security needs to speak the language of risk to the business, argues Dr. Siva Subramaniam, Global CISO Bharti Airtel.
EastWest Institute's Bruce McConnell says cybersecurity is not a technology problem, but a matter of risk management. And varied factors are involved in developing a cybersecurity ecosystem as part of the Digital India program.
The information security field has done a poor job of attracting and retaining women, contends Jo Stewart-Rattray, international director of ISACA, who emphasizes the need for mentoring as well as salary equity.
Indian enterprises must strengthen their capabilities to secure Digital India. To combat emerging threats, security leaders prescribe a self-regulatory approach, rather than one driven by compliance mandates.
As cyber threats rise, industry experts see an opportunity to involve government and private entities in building the capacity of security professionals through effective partnerships and cybersecurity clusters.
In addition to having a dedicated individual or team responsible for privacy matters, organizations must ensure their information security and IT staffs are knowledgeable about data privacy issues, says Trevor Hughes, CEO of the International Association of Privacy Professionals.