In this update, four editors discuss key cybersecurity issues, including addressing the complexity of security, the rising number of victims targeted by double extortion ransomware and the Information Commissioner's Office's recent consultation on creating an international data transfer agreement.
Organizations should take a "zero trust" approach to secure their identities, as being able to authenticate and authorize every resource access will minimize risk, says Ivan Lai, solution strategy architect - access for Asia-Pacific and Japan at CyberArk.
In the latest weekly update, four editors at Information Security Media Group discuss important cybersecurity issues, including the importance of product security, the impact of ransomware on healthcare sector entities during the pandemic and thinking about cybersecurity awareness creatively.
Cyber extortion through digital means is nothing new, says U.K.-based cybersecurity expert John Walker, but the concerning aspect of today's ransomware attacks is that they are "low-cost in the macro sense and so easy to achieve."
How does one begin to secure the digital transformation journey in two legacy enterprises? Kush Sharma, principal for Sharma and Company and former CISO for the city of Toronto, shares his experience and offers advice on investing in and integrating technologies.
In the latest weekly update, four editors at Information Security Media Group discuss important cybersecurity issues, including why enterprises need a multilayered approach to securing identity, how fraud will evolve in 2022 and the need to secure backdoors to prevent ransomware attacks.
Of all the areas under his direction - business continuity, GRC, data governance - third-party risk is the most challenging, says Peter Gregory, senior director of cyber GRC at GCI General Communications Inc. "Their breach is my breach," he says, offering mitigation advice.
Trust but verify, privilege access and continuous monitoring with an "assume breach" mindset are the principles an enterprise must follow to begin its "zero trust" journey, says Terence Gomes, country head of Microsoft Security India.
To successfully adopt the "zero trust" model, it is not enough to have good access control, says David Fairman, CSO, APAC at Netskope. He discusses how to secure your network using zero trust, which is especially important when employees are working from anywhere.
In order to improve identity verification, it is not enough to only verify documents; a multilayered
approach is needed, says Brett Johnson, a former fraudster who is now a cybercrime consultant. He discusses current fraud trends and how fraud is evolving.
Four editors at Information Security Media Group discuss important cybersecurity issues, including the rise of quadruple extortion attacks employed by ransomware gangs, the FBI reportedly withholding the Kaseya ransomware decryption key for weeks, and raising security posture during a pandemic.