A group of cybersecurity professionals has launched Respect in Security to take a stand against all forms of harassment within the industry. Initiative co-founders Lisa Forte and Rik Ferguson describe their commitment to creating workplaces free from harassment and fear.
What are the latest cybersecurity issues? Join four Information Security Media Group editors as they describe the top issues of the week, including the risk of cyberattacks provoking a kinetic response, as well as top healthcare CISOs' tips for handling supply chain security, resiliency and ransomware.
With more than 61% of breaches attributed to stolen passwords, a password manager can go a long way in helping enterprises enhance security, say Chandan Pani, CISO at Mindtree, and Lloyd Evans, identity lead, JAPAC, at LogMeIn.
More organizations are taking a "privacy by design" approach to their applications, says Barry Cook, group data protection and privacy officer at VFS Global, a Dubai-based visa outsourcing and technology services company. It's part of an effort to balance privacy and the benefits of convenience.
OT, IoT, IIoT - each has critical distinctions, and each is increasingly vital to protecting the world's critical infrastructure from crippling cyberattacks. In a panel discussion, cybersecurity leaders discuss what it takes to get the C-suite's attention to prioritize this new generation of risk.
In the latest weekly update, four editors at Information Security Media Group discuss important cybersecurity issues, including improving federal agencies' cybersecurity and businesses recovering from the pandemic's impact.
Infection numbers are surging in the southern U.S., states and cities are enacting new mask mandates and the fall flu season looms as the great unknown. Sound familiar? COVID-19 is back with the highly contagious Delta variant. Pandemic expert Regina Phelps discusses what that means for business recovery.
Tom Kellermann calls it a new "Twilight Zone" - an era in which cybersecurity adversaries can unleash destructive attacks that manipulate time, data, audio and video. The cybersecurity strategist shares insights and analysis from his latest Global Incident Response Threat Report.
A "zero trust" security architecture is a strong defense against ransomware attacks because it's so effective at preventing intruders from accessing critical systems, says Anil Valluri, managing director and regional vice president-India and SAARC at Palo Alto Networks.
A funny thing happened on the way to the nonstop ransomware payday: Some groups hit the wrong targets - Ireland's health system, a major U.S. fuel pipeline - resulting in the U.S. moving to much more aggressively disrupt their business model, says Bob McArdle, director of cybercrime research at Trend Micro.
In the latest weekly update, three editors at Information Security Media Group discuss important cybersecurity issues, including the latest ransomware trends, plus an update on NIST's "zero trust" initiative.