Retired Air Force Gen. Gregory Touhill, the very first U.S. federal CISO back in the Obama administration, says he's encouraged by the new U.S. National Cybersecurity Strategy. His top takeaway: the shift of cybersecurity responsibility from consumers to manufacturers of vulnerable products.
Asia-Pacific healthcare sector organizations struggle with many of the same cybersecurity challenges as clinics in other parts of the world, including ransomware threats and denial-of-service attacks, says Errol Weiss, chief security officer of the Health Information Sharing and Analysis Center.
Global Cyber Alliance CEO Philip Reitinger shares updates on the alliance's Internet Integrity and Capacity & Resilience programs, which tackle key challenges of internet infrastructure, privacy and safety. Success is measured by the number of partners and "who is using the platform," he says.
The United States is arguably involved in a cyberwar against Russia and China - and appears to be losing. In this episode of "Cybersecurity Unplugged," Tom Kellerman of Contrast Security and Richard Bird of Traceable.ai discuss what the U.S. government and companies need to do to win this cyberwar.
From SolarWinds to Kaseya, Accellion, Log4j and Okta, third-party security breaches are among the most devastating for organizations affected. Tony Morbin of ISMG dives into the story behind the results of a global survey with Demi Ben-Ari, the co-founder, CTO and head of security at Panorays.
Four editors at Information Security Media Group analyze private-public partnerships today, preview ISMG's upcoming cybersecurity summit in Africa and discuss the increasing use of intermittent or partial encryption by ransomware gangs as a means to extort money from victims faster.
Post-pandemic, in the new era of hybrid work, Mastercard CSO Ron Green says the unintentional insider threat is one of his top concerns for member institutions and their customers. He shares insight on threats, partnerships and how the public and private sectors can address workforce development.
When security practitioners lose their initial enthusiam for hunting cyberthreats, their companies begin to fail at cybersecurity, says CISO Marco Túlio Moraes. He discusses how collaborating with the business lines and moving from awareness to education all around can help fix this problem.
The co-chairs of Congress' Cyberspace Solarium Commission request an "urgent briefing" with Biden administration officials to discuss the state of cybersecurity in the healthcare and public health sector and call for actions to address rising cyberthreats.
Beyond advising the seniormost levels of the business in the strategic use of technology, the need to recruit new cybersecurity professionals often also tops the list of tasks facing today's security leaders, says Rob Hornbuckle, CISO of Allegiant Air.
Humana Business Information Security Officer Ankit Patel says the doctors, physician assistants and leaders that he deals with on a daily basis are laser-focused on providing care to patients and consider technology and security only as it relates to providing patient care.
CTO Daniele Catteddu of the Cloud Security Alliance sees significant gaps in how the cybersecurity industry delivers education and training. For example, he says, while organizations are demanding Zero Trust services and guidance on implementation, the industry's offerings do not meet that demand.
The overlying problem in cybersecurity is scale and the complexity that comes from that scale, says Philip Reitinger, president and CEO of the Global Cyber Alliance. He says we need to simplify how we defend ourselves and "give individuals and companies products that meet them where they are."
Crum & Forster CISO Chris Holden says it's critical to see cybersecurity as a business enabler rather than a business inhibitor. He is taking on the perception that security is the "Department of No" and works hard to change the culture at his company.