Healthcare organizations must actively manage their in-house medical internet of things to ensure that they can provide high levels of patient care while minimizing the inevitable risks posed by internet-connected medical devices, says Fortified Health Security's Dan Dodson.
The payment card industry needs to do more to tackle the rising problem of fraud, says information security expert William H. Murray, pointing to the new Apple Card - which lacks the card number printed on it - as an example of how the industry must evolve. But numerous cultural challenges remain, he says.
When crafting an identity and access management strategy, organizations need to balance the need for improved security with giving employees the freedom they need to do their jobs, says John Bennett of LastPass by LogMeIn.
Third-party vendor risk continues to pose a security challenge to organizations. Despite many having formal policies for managing third-party risk, almost half of organizations say they've suffered a data breach that traces to a third-party vendor, says Mark Sangster of eSentire.
More organizations are applying a highly automated "zero trust" model to ensure that they only give the right amount of privilege to the right user for the right amount of time, says Markku Rossi, CTO of SSH Communications Security.
The decline of the network perimeter as the cornerstone of enterprise cybersecurity means that CIOs and CISOs are increasingly focusing on identity to ensure that only the right people connect to systems, says Okta's Clare Cunniffe.
With cybersecurity teams increasingly overworked and understaffed, organizations must prioritize more intelligent approaches to automating mundane tasks and freeing experts to focus on high-impact tasks, says Franklyn Jones of Cequence Security.
The latest digital identity capabilities and fraud-fighting technologies, including greater use of machine learning and threat intelligence, enable organizations to take a bigger bite out of cybercrime, says Shaked Vax of IBM Security's Trusteer.
The World Economic Forum recently identified "cyberattacks and data integrity concerns crippling large parts of the internet" as one of the top 10 global risks. Jaime Chanaga of NTT talks about the significance of that announcement and the concerns global security leaders face headed into 2020.
For years now, pediatrician Dale Nordenberg has been battling within the U.S. to ensure that medical device security is given proper attention and regulation. But it's a global concern, and his cause recently received a warm reception in Brazil.