Increased engagement from boards on digital transformation initiatives around cloud and AI adoption has spurred greater investment in cybersecurity, said Google Cloud CISO Phil Venables. Systems built and designed decades ago have become increasingly difficult to secure, he said.
This week, ISMG editors covered the hot topics at ISMG's London Cybersecurity Summit 2023, including the technical landscape of AI, executive liability, incident response strategies in the face of a global ransomware attack and how to build personal resilience to avoid burnout.
In this episode of CyberEd.io's podcast series "Cybersecurity Insights," Censys CEO Brad Brooks discusses the stresses a CISO experiences in trying to prevent cyberattacks and in dealing with those that do occur. Topics include breach disclosure and cybersecurity marketing to CISOs.
Will AI take my job? Maybe or maybe not. But it can certainly help ease the shortage of skilled workers by automating routine tasks and supplementing human skills. Jon France, CISO at ISC2, sheds light on how generative artificial intelligence is addressing this critical challenge.
Recent legal actions against CISOs have spawned a debate on whether security leaders should be held accountable for security incidents. CISOs should manage this shifted liability through real-time documentation and collaboration with law enforcement, said attorney Stephen Reynolds.
Grant Bourzikas shared his experience as the new CISO at Cloudflare, highlighting a 90-day period during which he engaged with customers, internal nonsecurity personnel, executives and his team to gather insights on Cloudflare's security landscape.
Welcome to the webinar summarizing the survey: Critical Gaps in
Securing Identities. This survey was conducted in Q1 and 2 of 2023, and attracted more than 200
responses from senior cybersecurity professionals.
More than just survey results, this OnDemand webinar offers:
The top organizational challenges in...
Changing technologies and markets require adapting an organization's overall cybersecurity strategy, including the scope of our risk management, and then reviewing and adjusting our operational program to deliver the revised vision, said Akm Hasan, head of cybersecurity at Hays PLC.
Cybersecurity learning is a critical part of any cybersecurity program. Cybersecurity professionals must
continuously upgrade their knowledge to cope with the rapid evolution of cyber threats. Organizations
need new skills to confidently deploy emerging technologies that power competitive advantage....
Cybercrime is growing exponentially. Developing a robust cybersecurity workforce is vital for enterprises to address the evolving cyber threat landscape effectively.
Decision-makers and cybersecurity leaders should drive effective defense by implementing actionable steps, empowering them to build a skilled,...
Security is about more than technology, said Paul Watts, a distinguished analyst at the Information Security Forum. It's also about people and process, he said, with the ultimate goal of adding value to what the business is trying to do. Watts discussed how security leaders can achieve this goal.
Today's CISO must have close communication with the C-suite, understand the business needs of the organization as well as its objectives and risks, and to be able to articulately translate those business objectives into technology, said Dion Alexopoulos, head of security at Camelot.
Kevin Mitnick, the self-described "world's most famous hacker" - thanks in no small part to his being featured on the FBI's Most Wanted list during a two-year manhunt - has died at the age of 59. After serving time in prison, Mitnick went legit, warning others about the dangers of social engineering.
While IT-OT convergence is accelerating, awareness and maturity of OT technologies still have a long road ahead. In this transition, organizations need to ensure the safety and health of workers is always the top priority for OT security, said Andre Shori, CISO, APAC with Schneider Electric.
In the drive to build a more diverse workforce, security organizations are progressing in many ways, such as ensuring that required skills in job descriptions are more inclusive, said Ed Parsons of (ISC)². But he added that job recruiters need to "meet underrepresented groups where they are."