Dr. Victoria Baines, a visiting research fellow at Oxford University in the U.K., is acclaimed as one of the country’s most influential women in cybersecurity. In this video interview, she describes potential future cyberthreats as criminals adapt to the changing cybersecurity landscape.
In the past six months alone, we've seen the SolarWinds attack, the Microsoft Exchange Server exploits and the Colonial Pipeline ransomware strike. The threats are more imminent than ever. But Philip Reitinger of the Global Cyber Alliance believes strongly: We created this mess, and we can fix it.
If anyone ever doubted the importance of thinking strategically about cybersecurity, laying the groundwork for expected future requirements, then the coronavirus pandemic will have made that clear, says Kerissa Varma, group CISO of Old Mutual Ltd., who offers lessons learned for being "truly resilient."
The COVID-19 pandemic has been referred to as a "great equalizer," and in many ways it is - until it isn't. Forrester analyst Allie Mellen, who has studied regional impacts of COVID-19, shares surprising findings from her research.
From identity and access management to cloud migration and connected devices, retired RSA CEO Art Coviello looks beyond the pandemic and says, "It's going to be a Roaring '20s for technology." But he also foresees a potentially calamitous decade for security.
As CISO of Johnson & Johnson, Marene Allison was used to gauging her security posture by the top threat activity: nation-state, cybercrime, insider or hacktivist. But in 2020, they all struck at once. Here is one CISO's take on the state of the industry.
Flavio Aggio of the World Health Organization says that just like technology, humans also require an OS upgrade. Key to this understanding what risks you're taking and then using multiple layers of defense to manage them.
The latest edition of the ISMG Security Report features an analysis of British spy chief Jeremy Fleming’s "cybersecurity call to arms." Also featured: Insights on COVID-19 business continuity planning; the wisdom of the late Dan Kaminsky.
No script, no filter: Just Microsoft’s Edna Conway and Cisco’s Wendy Nather gathering with privacy leader Michelle Dennedy to discuss the impact of the SolarWinds supply chain attack and to play Buzzword Mystery Date with SASE, CIAM and "passwordless" authentication - are these trends dreamboats or duds?
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As ransomware operators were attacking state and municipal networks alongside hospitals and schools, a global pandemic response to COVID-19 necessitated a move to remote work for a significant portion of the economy. Organizations had to adopt new technologies and quickly scale outside of their normal growth plans.
For the majority of 2020 the entire world grappled with massive change - in how we lived, how we worked, how we connected. Malicious actors took advantage of our need for news on the pandemic and rushed to set up numerous sites to phish for credentials and drop malware - often mimicking content from the CDC, ECDC,...
The SolarWinds supply chain attack is another example of the damage that lateral movement by system intruders can cause - but detecting lateral movement is challenging because of the size of today’s systems and the difficulty of filtering bad behavior from benign behavior in remote work environments.
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