Implementing a next-generation cybersecurity operations center, or CSOC, enables CISOs to take a modular approach to improving risk mitigation, says M. Srinivas Rao, co-founder and CEO at Aujas Networks, a global IT risk management company.
With the increase in vulnerabilities in operational technology infrastructure, it's important to deploy unidirectional hardware gateways to restrict entry into OT networks, says Ajit Jha of L&T Technology Services.
Organizations in India must strive to quickly comply with the EU's GDPR, which is becoming a global standard, and also draft its own national privacy regulations, says Sanjay Sahay, additional director general, cyber, Karnataka Police.
A new initiative by the Cyber Readiness Institute aims to promote best cybersecurity and vendor risk management practices to smaller enterprises. RiskRecon founder and CEO Kelly White offers his perspective on converting standards to practices.
Leading the latest edition of the ISMG Security Report: CipherTrace CEO Dave Jevans discusses recent research on cryptocurrency money laundering and whether regulation is possible. Plus, California passes a new privacy law.
Cryptocurrency money laundering is increasing dramatically, being already three times greater than in 2017. And we're only half way through the year, observes Dave Jevans, Founder and CEO of CipherTrace, and chairman of the Anti-Phishing Working Group.
Behavioral analytics have taken the fast lane from emerging tech to mature practice. And Mark McGovern of CA Technologies says the technology is being deployed in innovative ways to help detect insider threats.
Consumers are more concerned than ever about their identities being compromised, yet they're failing to connect the dots between fear and preventive measures, according to recent research conducted by IDology. John Dancu, the company's CEO, explains the implications for businesses.
Leading the latest edition of the ISMG Security Report: A preview of next week's Fraud and Breach Summit in Chicago, which will feature keynoter Brett Johnson, a former cybercriminal who now advises organizations on fighting crime.