Will the COVID-19 pandemic lead to a spike in the number of reported data breaches? Not necessarily, says cybersecurity expert Brian Honan. But he says that the rush to adopt cloud-based services and expanded remote services might change the types of breaches being reported.
It's a new and permanent extended enterprise, as cybersecurity leaders budget for 2021. What are the top threats and vulnerabilities? How have enterprises hardened their endpoint defenses? Stacia Tympanick of VMWare Carbon Black previews a new virtual roundtable.
Implementing a "zero trust" architecture for the remote workforce during the COVID-19 pandemic requires secure authentication methods, role-based access strategy and encryption standards based on micro-segmentation, according to a panel of security experts.
Phishing, pandemic-themed malware and ransomware - the threat landscape is familiar. But what is the deeper impact on cybersecurity visibility and response? Keith McCammon of Red Canary shares insight in advance of a virtual roundtable.
In an exclusive, wide-ranging video interview, Don Rucker, M.D., HHS national coordinator for health IT, discusses why more work needs to be done to protect the privacy of health data as well as why the U.S. needs to ramp up secure health information exchange among clinicians.
Suddenly, onboarding, servicing and securing digital accounts with advanced authentication techniques isn't just a priority for global enterprises; it is the priority. Dean Stevenson of HID Global previews an upcoming virtual roundtable discussion.
The shift to working from home has changed the threat landscape, forcing organizations to rethink and revamp their business continuity strategies, says Steve Winterfeld of Akamai, who offers insights on mitigating the risks that come with remote work and ensuring employees can access the resources they need.
Paul Connelly has been CSO at HCA Healthcare for more than 18 years. But no year has been more trying than this one. What has he learned from the COVID-19 experience and the challenge of accelerating digital transformation amid a pandemic?
Rachael Stephens, program director at the National Governors Association, discusses a new report offering insights into ways that governors and state policymakers can nurture a resilient workforce amid technological disruption that's exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Money launderers are devising new tactics during the COVID-19 pandemic. For example, some are coming up with ways to use personal protective equipment, or PPE, as a form of currency, says Debra Geister, CEO of Section 2 Financial Intelligence Solutions.
Trending Better. Caution Warranted. Trending Poorly. Uncontrolled Spread. These are the four categories on the latest COVID-19 U.S. map. Pandemic expert Regina Phelps explains how the latest trends should guide our plans for business, education and healthcare in the fall.
As organizations that shifted to a remote workforce consider allowing some workers to return to the office environment, CISOs must reassess their security infrastructures, says Chris Kubic of Fidelis Cybersecurity, who formerly was CISO at the National Security Agency.
Dallas County, one of the 10 largest counties in the U.S., was accustomed to an entirely on-premises workforce. Then came the pandemic. The Texas county's CISO, Michael Anderson, tells how he planned for business resiliency - and why he owes it all to frameworks.
What are the biggest leadership lessons from the COVID-19 pandemic? And what will CEOs and CISOs look back on and say, "Why did we ever do things that way?" Those questions were posed to a panel of cybersecurity leaders, and here are their candid answers.
As we begin the second half of 2020, organizations must find ways to ensure their customers can engage with services at any time, from any device, securely. Enter: Customer identity and access management. In a preview of an upcoming roundtable, Okta's Keith Casey discusses CIAM maturity.