In the latest weekly update, four editors at Information Security Media Group discuss timely cybersecurity issues, including cryptocurrency exchange hacks and the cyber implications of the U.S. withdrawal from Kabul.
The latest edition of the ISMG Security Report features an analysis of the cybercrime-as-a-service model and how law enforcement could potentially disrupt it. Also featured: T-Mobile probes a massive data breach; tackling abuse in the workplace.
A group of cybersecurity professionals has launched Respect in Security to take a stand against all forms of harassment within the industry. Initiative co-founders Lisa Forte and Rik Ferguson describe their commitment to creating workplaces free from harassment and fear.
Like many CISOs, Lisa Tuttle of SPX Corp. spent years trying to raise the corporate profile of her cybersecurity organization. Now, in the wake of so many high-profile attacks, she has senior management's full attention. The challenge: How do you maintain influence?
CISO Gary Hayslip prides himself on being a mentor to up-and-coming cyber pros. But he also takes leadership roles in two causes that don't get nearly as much attention: stress management and building a more neurodiverse workforce.
As a cybersecurity leader, it's one thing to earn a seat at the senior management table, but it's quite another to find - and use - your voice in that role, says Alex Cunningham, CISO at Advisor360°, who discusses leadership and how to create a cybersecurity culture.
The CISO/board relationship is an hot topic, and Selim Aissi has a unique perspective. Besides serving as a board member on several organizations, he has been regularly reporting to the private and public company boards in his role as CISO. So he knows exactly what CISOs should be conveying - and how.
In the latest weekly update, a panel of Information Security Media Group editors discusses key topics, including open-source software vulnerabilities, and provides insights on updating SOCs and communicating effectively with the board.
There is a skills shortage in most tech roles, but cybersecurity for critical infrastructure is a newly identified problem that requires new approaches to resolve. Mex Martinot, Vice president of industrial cyber and digital security business at Siemens Energy, offers advice on steps to bridge the particular skills...
For Nicki Doble, group CIO and CISO at Cover-More Group - an Australian travel insurance company and part of the Zurich Insurance Group - the top priority is global security and privacy standardization across the organization.
A lot of CISOs talk about having security "baked into" their products and solutions. But for Stephenie Southard, vice president and and CISO at BCU, security leadership is all about ensuring that cybersecurity is part of the enterprise's very fabric.
As an international bank, Barclays needed to invest more in its information security training in order to minimize risk and ensure business continuity. The goal was learn and teach the modern way to minimize a security breach posed by the latest advanced threats.
Cyber sieges immerse teams in real-world cyberattack...
In theory, organizations are best protected by a layered security approach to cybersecurity based on best-in-class security tools.
In reality, the desired outcome is rarely achieved.
Why? Because most teams are not fully trained to use the technology on which their security program is built.
Fintech firms offer established financial services companies the ability to navigate the open banking revolution, but convincing them to rely on emerging cloud, container and other technologies requires flexibility and salesmanship, says Finleap Connect's Francis McGillicuddy.
Driving employees to make cybersecurity a core part of their work vision and mindset continues to be a challenge. Anne Hännikäinen, CISO of Fintraffic, describes essential best practices - from having senior leadership on board to facilitating better communications via such strategies as gamification.