Can quantum cryptography help in containing malware-as-a-service? Kiran Sivakumar, superintendent of police, Central Bureau of Investigation, GoI, says that while there isn't any real case study yet, he is hopeful that the technology will play a future role in combating the menace of this type of cybercrime.
Not knowing where all the data resides in an organization is a major hurdle when it comes to protecting and securing that data, says Prakash Kumar Ranjan, senior manager and lead, IT and information security audit, Airtel Payments Bank.
When it comes to detecting an advanced persistent threat attack, the key to success is not only looking at what anomalies are in the network, but also understanding why certain activities are suspicious, says cybersecurity specialist Mahesh Sogane of the global oil company Shell.
Federal government agencies certainly are not immune from phishing scams, and Aaron Higbee of Cofense is focused on tackling the unique challenges that government faces in detecting and stopping the crimes.
Driven by boards of directors' demand for better risk management practices and insight into the risks facing their organization, demand for frameworks and models to help has been skyrocketing, says Jack Jones, chairman of The FAIR Institute.