In this episode of "Cybersecurity Unplugged," Chris "Tito" Sestito discusses technology to protect neural networks and artificial intelligence and machine-learning models, and John Kindervag explains how such technology fits into the zero trust framework.
In this episode of "Cybersecurity Unplugged," David Derigiotis of insurtech Embroker discusses the complex world of cyber liability insurance, including the collapse of crypto exchange FTX, recent breaches, and improvements in the cyber insurance industry.
Legislation requiring vendors to design cybersecurity into their medical devices is a great first step to help healthcare entities, but organizations will still face major risks involving legacy medical gear for many years to come, says Daniel dos Santos, research leader at security firm Forescout.
In this episode of "Cybersecurity Unplugged," Galit Lubetzky Sharon, CTO of Wing Security, discusses the challenge of securing SaaS applications, which are decentralized and ever-expanding. She describes how Wing Security manages app inventories and issues of compliance, remediation and privacy.
In this episode of "Cybersecurity Unplugged," Steve Stone of Rubrik Zero Labs discusses the State of Data Security Report, which focuses on the impact of cybersecurity attacks on IT leaders, especially CISOs. Stone outlines areas of concern after an attack and changes needed to improve security.
To help U.S. healthcare sector organizations better tackle some of the top challenges involving vendor risk management, a coalition of CISOs has launched the Health3PT Council. Members John Houston of UMPC and Omar Khawaja, former CISO of Highmark Health, describe the effort.
The latest edition of the ISMG Security Report analyzes why Meta has agreed to pay $725 million to settle a class-action lawsuit over users' personal data, how the median stock price dropped 40% among publicly traded security firms in 2022, and why an infrastructure change is needed in SOCs.
Authorized payment scams are on the rise, and banking regulators are putting pressure on financial institutions to do more to protect customers. The biggest challenge is that the customers are driving the process, says Bradley Haacke, vice president and financial crimes director at Fifth Third Bank.
The $1.7 trillion omnibus spending bill signed into law last week by President Joe Biden contains new cybersecurity requirements for medical devices that make it a game changer for strengthening security within the healthcare ecosystem, says Dr. Suzanne Schwartz of the FDA.
Hospitals must not only prepare in advance for ransomware and other debilitating attacks on their organizations, but also for responding to the effect of cyber incidents at neighboring facilities, says Dr. Christian Dameff of the University of California San Diego.
In this episode of "Cybersecurity Unplugged, Stan Golubchik, founder and CEO of ContraForce, discusses the company's mission, beginnings and plans for expansion. Golubchik says ContraForce answers the "need for a stronger generalist workforce for cybersecurity."
Many healthcare organizations struggle to recover from ransomware attacks, putting clinical procedures and patient safety in jeopardy during the process, says Steve Cagle, CEO of privacy/consulting firm Clearwater. "They need to think about how the technology is supporting the business," he says.
In this episode of "Cybersecurity Unplugged," Liran Paul Hason, co-founder and CEO of Aporia, discusses the current state of machine learning and artificial intelligence in cybersecurity and the most interesting and promising applications for these technologies right now.
A carefully honed zero trust approach can allow healthcare entities to reduce pushback from clinicians while still "raising barriers appropriately" to prevent security incidents, says Dr. Eric Liederman, director of medical informatics and national privacy and security leader at Kaiser Permanente.