Adopting a "security by design" approach and weaving it into the digital transformation road map helps organizations defend against cyberthreats, says Reem AlShammari, CISO at Kuwait Oil Co., who also advocates threat information sharing.
The attacks targeting financial services organizations continue to increase in both volume and sophistication. Security-conscious enterprises need to prepare for threats that emanate from external cybercriminals as well as employee errors and malicious insiders.
While detection, threat intelligence and other...
COVID-19 accelerated everything else digital; why not fraud, too? In this latest CEO/CISO panel, cybersecurity leaders talk frankly about the pace and scale of new fraud schemes from business email compromise to card not present to insider risk.
A remote workforce. Economic stress. Pandemic fatigue. These ingredients create a "perfect storm" for insider risk, whether through malicious acts or accident. What can you do to improve monitoring and mitigation of insider risk in these unique conditions?
Randy Trzeciak, director of the CERT Insider Threat Center...
Amidst this new "perfect storm" of insider risk, enterprises face new challenges in detecting malicious and accidental activities. Tricia Hoyt, Director of Security Operations at ReliaQuest, offers insight on how to assess and reduce the risks.
Death via a thousand paper cuts? The U.S. government hasn't been able to arrange a domestic court date for whistleblower Edward Snowden, but via the courts, it's successfully been awarded $5.2 million in his book royalties and revenue from speaking engagements.
The Secure Access Service Edge - or SASE - model can help CISOs make incremental progress on enhancing security while designing a long-term strategy, says Siddharth Deshpande, director of security strategy for Asia-Pacific and Japan at Akamai Technologies.
Shopify's announcement this week that two employees inappropriately accessed transactional data from 200 of the merchants that use its e-commerce platform demonstrates the importance of taking a "zero trust" approach to security and improving identity and access management capabilities, security experts say.
What will be the impact of the leak of investigatory documents from FinCEN - the U.S. Treasury Department's Financial Crimes Enforcement Network? For starters, experts warn that FinCEN reports may reveal sensitive information tied to banks and law enforcement agencies' investigatory tools and tactics.
An organization has successfully implemented a "zero trust" framework when it can achieve context-aware resolution of a risk, says Dr. Siva Sivasubramanian, CISO of SingTel Optus, an Australian telecommunications firm.
The 2020 industry benchmark report independently conducted by the Ponemon Institute and sponsored by IBM Security and ObserveIT is now available.
What are the findings and implications of an insider breach? Ponemon Institute's latest report is conducted to understand the direct and indirect costs that result from...
The key components of an effective "zero trust" architecture include multifactor authentication, network segmentation and a defense-in-depth approach, says Dr. Erdal Ozkaya, regional CISO and managing director at Standard Chartered Bank in the United Arab Emirates.
The secure access service edge model, or SASE, treats identity as the new perimeter, says Lee Dolsen Singapore-based chief architect for Zscaler in the Asia Pacific region, who offers implementation insights.
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