Ahead of RSA Conference 2023, Greg Day, a program committee member focusing on "hackers and threats," previews top themes at this year's event. Day, a member of the RSA Conference program committee, says one common theme is "old vulnerabilities and threat techniques being used in new environments."
This 2023 report analyzes a record-breaking number of speaker submissions to RSA Conference 2023, which bubbled up some very interesting trends. The data from this year’s submissions will provide a glimpse into what will be on the minds of cybersecurity professionals in 2023 and beyond.
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CISOs often discuss ways to effectively communicate with boards. However, they rarely have the opportunity to see the content of board updates at other companies.
This report explores in depth what top CISOs include in updates to the board and why. Topics will include:
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As ransomware attacks continue to pummel organizations, Rapid7 Chief Scientist Raj Samani says victims must identify how the attacker broke in and if they've given themselves persistent ways to regain access. Otherwise, he says, "They'll hit you again and again."
Exploring new ways to offer security as a service from his organization to external customers is an exciting challenge and opportunity, says Sean Mack, CIO and CISO of publishing company Wiley. He also discusses aligning security investments with the company's biggest business risks and goals.
With dozens of cybersecurity vendors offering solutions, today's zero trust debate is not about whether to do it but rather how to implement it. Some argue that firewalls and VPNs are dead while others caution against cobbling together new solutions. Experts advise to start small - but start now.
It's not the emerging technology or the increasingly complex threat landscape. Instead, people and process are what prove to be consistently the most challenging parts of the job for Caleb Sima, chief security officer at Robinhood.
Welcome to ISMG's compendium of RSA Conference 2022. The 31st annual conference covered a wide range of topics including cybercrime, cyberwarfare, zero trust, supply chain risk, ransomware, OT security, cyber insurance and jobs. Access 150+ interviews with the top speakers and influencers.
In today’s dynamic environment, with the proliferation of a wide array of different security products and the high chance for misconfigurations, testing security is more imperative than ever, says Scott Register, vice president of security solutions at Keysight.
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Beyond advising the seniormost levels of the business in the strategic use of technology, the need to recruit new cybersecurity professionals often also tops the list of tasks facing today's security leaders, says Rob Hornbuckle, CISO of Allegiant Air.
For the seventh year in a row, business email compromise produced the largest losses of any type of cybercrime, according to Steve Dougherty of the U.S. Secret Service. He says organizations need to build and maintain relationships with law enforcement agencies before an attack happens.
Ransomware-wielding criminals constantly refine their behavior and tactics to maximize the chance of a payday, and recently they have been implementing fresh strategies for monetizing stolen data, says Steve Rivers at threat intelligence firm Kela.
Building out a threat intelligence program is no easy feat for even the largest and most resource-rich organizations, and the challenges are only amplified for smaller companies that have limited budget or personnel, according to AJ Nash, ZeroFox's vice president of threat intelligence.
The emergence of remote working, the cloud, and digital transformation initiatives are prompting companies to look toward replacing traditional on-premises firewalls, say Perimeter 81 co-founder and CEO Amit Bareket and CMO Gily Netzer. They discuss the future of securing hybrid work environments.
"I'm concerned that at some point the Russians are going to launch cyber retaliatory attacks against the United States at election infrastructure and the transportation, financial and energy sectors," says Elvis Chan, supervisory special agent at the San Francisco Division of the FBI.