ISMG Editors: How Russian Cyber War Could Have Ripple EffectAlso: Lessons Learned After Battling the 2017 NotPetya Attack
In the latest weekly update, four editors at Information Security Media Group discuss important cybersecurity issues, including misconceptions around Zero Trust implementation, lessons learned from the crippling NotPetya malware attack of 2017 that nearly sank logistics giant Maersk and how a Russian cyberwar in Ukraine could move beyond its borders.
The editors - Tom Field, senior vice president, editorial; Anna Delaney, director, productions; Dan Gunderman, staff writer, news desk; and Jeremy Kirk, managing editor, Security and Technology - discuss:
- Highlights from ISMG's upcoming Virtual Zero Trust Summit, which features a discussion with Edacheril "E.P." Mathew of the Defense Intelligence Agency on the role Zero Trust plays in his organization;
- Takeaways from Episode 4 of "The Ransomware Files," which revisits Maersk's response to the NotPetya wiper;
- How U.S. cybersecurity officials have grown increasingly concerned over the threat of direct cyberwarfare carried out by Russia against Ukrainian networks, and perhaps retaliatory attacks on Western nations intervening.
The ISMG Editors' Panel runs weekly. Don't miss our previous installments, including the Jan. 21 edition discussing whether ransomware will kill cyber insurance and the Jan. 28 edition discussing tough lessons learned from Log4j.