Government agencies are recognizing that the seven pillars of zero trust, as outlined by U.S. federal agencies such as CISA and the DOD, should be strategically applied across various elements, including data and identity management, said Manuel Acosta, senior director and security analyst, Gartner.
Cloud-native application protection platforms are emerging as a game-changing solution to the evolving challenges in cloud security. Mattan Shalev, head of product management at Wiz, outlined the power of CNAPPs in reducing risk and fortifying cloud security.
Large language models have revolutionized various industries by automating language-related tasks, enhancing user experiences and enabling machines to communicate more naturally with human beings, according to Rodrigo Liang, CEO of SambaNova Systems.
Ransomware groups, like legitimate businesses, must adapt and change as they grow, in response to external pressures and trends. To survive, many large ransomware groups have adopted decentralized structures, said Yelisey Bohuslavskiy, chief research officer and partner with Red Sense.
Insider threats continue to pose significant concerns in today's digital landscape. While malicious insiders have garnered attention due to harmful intent, negligent users often make unintentional mistakes, contributing to potential cybersecurity risks.
Michael Miora, founder and CEO of InfoSec Labs - a pioneer in cybersecurity consulting - started the company in 1989. Security has been an issue for generations, he said, but things started to change once technology came into play. Then the traditional security perimeter expanded, adding complexity.
The fear that ChatGPT could turn a low-sophisticated hacker into a sophisticated adversary is unfounded, said Howard Marshall, global intelligence lead, Accenture Security. He says most hackers lack the expertise and education to create sophisticated malware.
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Third-party targeting by attackers has intensified due to the interconnectedness of the business world, enabling adversaries to exploit intermediaries for access. With the surge in cloud adoption, visibility in the cloud is paramount, advised Levi Gundert, chief security officer at Recorded Future.
Secure access service edge has evolved significantly over the past four years, transforming from a relatively new idea into a well-defined and widely discussed framework for network and security architecture. NetWitness focuses on integration rather than offering a SASE product.
While a significant number of attacks are not yet AI-driven, there's a noticeable shift in the creation of generative malware and lures for business email compromise, warned Ashan Willy, CEO at Proofpoint. LLMs are being used to create enticing lures in foreign languages to target broader audiences.
As the threat landscape continues to evolve, defenders need to shift their focus from individual wins to sustained proactive defenses. Resecurity COO Shawn Loveland proposes embracing a strategy of understanding and fighting adversaries in a constantly changing space - with no beginning and no end.
Malicious actors often devise ingenuous ways to infiltrate networks. Michael Sikorski, CTO and vice president of engineering of Unit 42 at Palo Alto Networks, shed light on an unconventional tactic deployed by Russian hackers: the Trojanization of legitimate advertisements.
Enterprises have been keenly exploring the potential of generative AI, deploying it to fuel innovation. But stealthy integration of AI features into products already owned by organizations has cybersecurity experts worried, said Jeff Pollard, vice president and principal analyst at Forrester.
The demand for DDoS-for-hire services has surged significantly in recent years. Cameron Schroeder, chief of the Cyber and Intellectual Property Crimes Section at the U.S. Attorney’s Office, said the increase is driven by accessibility, ease of use and the need for only minimal technical proficiency.