In this episode of "Cybersecurity Unplugged," U.S. Air Force Chief Software Officer Nicolas M. Chaillan, a former DHS and DOD adviser, shares his opinions about the government's handling of DevSecOps and cybersecurity, where progress is being made and where more work needs to be done.
An identity-centric approach to security will establish legitimate user behavior against suspicious user behavior using SIEM solution, coupled with machine learning algorithms, says Vivin Sathyan, senior technical evangelist at ManageEngine.
Today's big challenge for practitioners is identifying the "known and unknown" attack surface faster than the hackers. There is a need to build purpose-built sensors and asset management strategies to discover unknown attacks, says Debashish Jyotiprakash, vice president - Asia at Qualys.
It's been over one year since the release of President Biden's cybersecurity executive order, and federal agencies are making measurable progress in adopting zero trust architecture. Dennis Reilly of Gigamon discusses specific progress around visibility and observability in the network pillar.
As ransomware attacks grow, cyber insurance costs are skyrocketing, leaving small to midsized firms with tough decisions about insuring against threats, beefing up security and whether to pay or not pay ransom demands, says Diktesh Singh Puri, IT and cloud operations head at Reckitt Benckiser Group.
The sheer number of connected devices in healthcare environments is one of the top challenges healthcare entities face in adopting a zero trust approach to cybersecurity, says Zachary Martin, senior adviser at law firm Venable. He discusses the obstacles to achieving zero trust in healthcare.
Zero Trust is moving away from being just an aspirational goal to an adversary-focused approach to stopping modern attacks like ransomware and supply chain threats. The rapidly evolving adversarial tactics and techniques mean that they could enter your network using compromised endpoints, identities and cloud...
Ben Goodman, Okta's Asia-Pacific senior vice president and general manager, explains why critical infrastructure companies lag behind born-in-the-cloud companies in zero trust adoption. He expects traditional industries to adopt zero trust for some application services and then expand into others.
The recently discovered Russian-linked MagicWeb malware that exploits on-premises Microsoft Active Directory Federated Services servers to persist in compromised systems underscores the benefits of cloud-based infrastructure and a zero trust approach to architecture, security researchers say.
Marketers rely on events to create brand awareness and generate demand, and physical events are coming back after the COVID-19 pandemic, says Gily Netzer of Perimeter 81. But "not everybody is traveling," she says, so hybrid events - and SaaS-driven corporate networks - are the future for companies.
A well-managed multi-cloud strategy "is a sensible approach" because it allows organizations to move different workloads between providers, but it gets a "bit more complicated when you start thinking about workload portability," says Lee Newcombe, security director, Capgemini U.K.
Enterprises spend a lot of time on what zero trust is, but too little time on design thinking - and why cybersecurity solutions need that element baked in from the start. Brian Barnier and Prachee Kale of ThinkDesignCyber and CyberTheory Institute give an overview of their zero trust strategy.
In this guide, you will learn:
Why Cisco invested in Zero Trust when remote work initially gained foothold
How Cisco Zero Trust facilitates stakeholder engagement & buy-in
The effects that integrating a Zero Trust security strategy will have on helpdesk and IT talent
The respective behavior of Zero Trust...
We created a new buyer’s guide to help you vet the landscape of Identity and Access Management (IAM) vendors for solutions that can meet your unique needs. Here's why.
Amid your daily deluge of security alerts, the idea of shopping for a new IAM solution might feel daunting. But chances are, you have a...