Malware defenses today too often function as black boxes, producing binary results that make it difficult for security teams to prioritize, when what's needed is transparency, to enable defenders to better understand threats and prioritize their response, says Mario Vuksan, CEO of ReversingLabs.
The U.S. is late to the 5G race. But there are multiple strategies that policymakers can pursue to facilitate the near-term rollout of safer and more trusted 5G networks across the country, says Michael Chertoff, executive chairman of The Chertoff Group and Department of Homeland Security secretary.
In 2019, the Global Cyber Alliance debuted its toolkit to help small and midsized organizations bolster cybersecurity. How has the toolkit been received and refined? Phil Reitinger, who heads the alliance, discusses progress.
CISO stress levels are higher this year than last. What is the impact on these individuals and their enterprises? And what should be done to alleviate this stress? Stuart Reed of Nominet analyzes the latest CISO Stress report.
In an RSA 2020 conference keynote, Cisco's Wendy Nather spoke of "democratizing security" - thinking differently about the people we serve and secure. She expands on that theme and discusses her role as head of advisory CISOs at Cisco's Duo Security unit.
"Identity is the new perimeter" is a common refrain. But what does it mean specifically in the healthcare context? Wes Wright, chief technology officer at Imprivata, discusses the challenge of securing digital identity in this sector.
What are enterprises seeking in their next CISO - a technologist, a business leader or both? Joyce Brocaglia of Alta Associates shares insights on the key qualities she's looking for when recruiting CISOs.
WatchGuard Technologies has released its latest Internet Security Report. CEO Prakash Panjwani draws on that research to discuss attack trends, cloud security and how to mitigate the global skills shortage.
Deception technology has come of age in the marketplace, but there is still some customer confusion about the distinct use cases. Ofer Israeli, CEO of Illusive Networks, shares how mature companies deploy deception.
Visser Precision, a U.S. manufacturer that supplies Boeing, Lockheed Martin, Tesla and SpaceX, appears to have been hit by the DoppelPaymer ransomware gang, which has begun leaking internal data and threatening to leak more unless the victim pays a ransom.