With the RSA Conference virtual this year, ISMG replaced its two live on-site studios with a suite of home studios and produced a diverse group of interviews on timely topics with thought leaders who will be solving cybersecurity's most urgent problems.
Customer data, PII, web apps – your strategic assets are digital, and they require a new degree of digital risk protection. In this exclusive panel, CISOs Todd Carroll of CybelAngel and TJ Hart of PlanSource discuss the needs, scope and practical use cases.
Cyberattackers are becoming more sophisticated every day and taking down organizations using innovative methods. For example, living off the land attacks is a clear and present danger to any organization. In such a climate, organizations need to adopt their own sophisticated means of defense. One of the best ways to...
While the US does not have a federal-level privacy law like the GDPR, multiple state-specific laws have been proposed and several signed into law, such as California’s CCPA and Virginia’s CDPA. Because no two laws are precisely alike, these state-level laws create added challenges for businesses: They must comply...
It's not just traditional data governance – it's about business risk. And in the age of GDPR and CCPA, you’d best have a handle on data discovery and classification. Patrick Benoit of CBRE gives the BISO's perspective on data risk governance.
You can see it in the latest high-profile attacks: Security requirements are ever more complex, exceeding the capacity of current protection capabilities. Enterprises need a new strategy for defending entry points, and Tom Sego of BlastWave believes he has it.
As a global CISO and privacy officer, Rebecca Wynn has earned her stripes. And she's upfront with her expectations: She will take your security organization to the next level. But she also won't hesitate to walk away if she sees that cybersecurity commitment is nothing but talk.
How can healthcare organizations, which have been considered technology laggards, now become leaders? CISO Mitch Parker recommends that they implement technology - including security solutions - as part of a broader business strategy.