In Part 2 of this three-part blog post, Nikko Asset Management's Marcus Rameke discusses why he prefers HCI over traditional three-tier architecture data centers and IaaS and why the vision to move the workload to SaaS or PaaS is preferable. Part 3 will continue this discussion.
How does an organization achieve peace of mind with security while overcoming the challenges of complex hybrid and multi-cloud networks? Here are the top reasons why your organization should consider implementing a cloud-native firewall service to protect your AWS environments and applications.
In the post-digital transformation world - and in advance of the coming of quantum computing - it's time to future-proof cybersecurity by nurturing a culture of security. Dean Coclin of DigiCert discusses how banking institutions can embrace this change.
Recently acquired RiskLens edged out startup Axio and incumbent ThreatConnect for the top spot in Forrester's first-ever cyber risk quantification rankings. Cyber risk quantification focused on theoretical methodology for about 10 years but shifted to practical applications over the past five years.
Financial institutions globally have invested heavily in anti-financial crimes strategies and tools that report potential risk to regulatory authorities. But so have their adversaries. David Stewart and Keith Swanson discuss how institutions are using AI/ML to create more effective fraud defenses.
How much of a risk do hacktivists pose? Hacktivism's heyday was arguably a decade ago. While activists do keep using chaotic online attacks to loudly promote their cause, they're tough to distinguish from fake operations run by governments, including Russia and Iran.
In this episode of CyberEd.io's podcast series "Cybersecurity Insights," Morphisec's Michael Gorelik discussed automated moving target defense - or AMTD, which is a risk-reduction strategy and preventive measure that reduces adversary success rates and provides "the final layer of defense."
Why are so many fresh zero-day vulnerabilities being exploited in the wild? Google reported that attackers often discover variants of previously exploited flaws, which suggests that vendors aren't doing enough to fix the root cause of flaws - or to avoid introducing fresh ones with their fixes.
It’s hard for SaaS startups to sit at the same table with large enterprises. They need governance and risk management programs to build trust. So how can startups compete when they have no background? Privacy and security play a key role in building trust, said Privacy Business Group's Sawan Joshi.
The Biden administration has released an implementation plan for the long-awaited national cybersecurity strategy it published in March, assigning deadlines and responsibilities for federal agencies across 65 different federal initiatives. Parts of the plan face an uphill battle.
There is a need to redefine the cybersecurity strategy for CISOs to align with their strategic goals of building cyber resiliency and automation to scale up today’s defenses in supporting the business, said Diwakar Dayal, managing director and country manager, India and SAARC, SentinelOne.
Traditional licensing models that lock organizations into fixed solutions or time periods are no longer ideal. Organizations need to consider usage-based licensing approaches that offer flexibility to deploy whatever solutions are required, wherever they are needed, for whatever length of time.
Watch this 30-minute webinar to explore some of the headline-grabbing incidents that illustrate the rapidly increasing problem of data loss and insider threats. You’ll gain valuable insights into best practices for managing insider threats and risks to your organization.
Cyber insurance companies gather a lot of information on the cost of breaches, but security organizations need to know the bigger picture. Jack Jones, chairman of the FAIR Institute, discussed identifying risk and evaluating overall costs with the FAIR model.
Ransomware hackers are stretching the concept of code reuse to the limit as they confront the specter of diminishing returns for extortionate malware. In their haste to make money, some new players are picking over the discarded remnants of previous ransomware groups.