In the next three years, CISOs face daunting challenges, including rapidly changing threat vectors, new APT attacks and the implementation of new defensive solutions, says Anuprita Daga, chief information security officer and chief data protection officer at Yes Bank.
Cyber resilience extends beyond cyberattacks and encompasses the convergence of security and disaster recovery and takes into account other factors such as supply chain disruption, attacks on critical infrastructure, epidemics, market fluctuations, power outages, and natural disasters.
The shift to remote work introduced new security risks for Piedmont Healthcare since workers could no longer rely on the firm to protect their information. Employees need to understand the security issues associated with connecting to the network using personal devices, says CISO Monique Hart.
CISOs must focus on the business value they're providing, not the technical details of their work, when interacting with the C-suite and board. Don’t focus too narrowly on security risks and technical requirements and miss what the business wants to achieve, says David Nolan, CISO, The Aaron’s Co.
In 2021, U.S. mergers and acquisitions shot up 55%. In 2022, that percentage is set to climb even higher. The wave of post-COVID M&A demands that cybersecurity leaders improve their efficacy. Ben Murphy of Truist shares insight on where, when and how cybersecurity needs to influence the M&A agenda.
It has never been more vital to secure your supply chain, with governments also recognizing the urgency by increasingly calling for Software Bills of Materials (SBOMs) and the implementation of effective third-party security risk management (TPRSM) to stem the surge in ransomware and other cyberattacks.
InfoSec, IT risk and digital supply chain management professionals know the key to minimizing the risk of third-party breaches is to implement a comprehensive and efficient third-party security risk management (TPRSM) process.
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In this episode of "Cybersecurity Unplugged," Mark Cristiano of Rockwell Automation discusses Rockwell's cybersecurity journey, the particular challenges of deploying cybersecurity in an OT environment, and the minimum and proper industrial protections that organizations need to have in place.
CISO Marcin Szczepanik recalls when his team's budget was cut dramatically after the onset of the pandemic. He wanted to invest in the latest state-of-the-art tools but prioritized his costs and focused on email security - a move that improved the company's level of cyber maturity.
In the latest "Proof of Concept," VP and CISO Nicole Darden Ford shares findings from Rockwell Automation's new survey report on cybersecurity preparedness in critical infrastructure, OT security gaps, the state of critical infrastructure, and insights into preparedness and best practices.
A recent survey sponsored by Rockwell Automation finds that critical infrastructure organizations miss basic protections for operational technology, with 80% failing to conduct frequent asset inventory audits, 63% lacking real-time threat monitoring and 42% needing effective patch management.
In today's dynamic threat environment, security teams must adopt a risk-based approach, prioritizing the most important areas of their organization. They also should not be afraid to seek outside help. Murtaza Hafizji of Bugcrowd discusses the merits of crowdsourced security.
HelpSystems acquired Dutch red-teaming startup Outflank to help critical infrastructure firms more effectively prepare for cyberattacks. The buying of Outflank will provide clients with a broader range of red-teaming software and services thanks to Outflank's tight integration with Cobalt Strike.
Tenable wants to help the cybersecurity industry move away from traditional vulnerability management focused on giving customers a list of vulnerabilities. Instead, CEO Amit Yoran wants to help customers understand their exposure and how they can effectively manage and reduce risk.
Cyberspace is a battlefield with no physical or geographic boundaries. During wartime, targets on land, sea, air and space are vulnerable to cyberthreats and opportunities, and nations face many uncertainties about when and how to respond to attacks, says BAE Systems' Miriam Howe.