The terms artificial intelligence and machine learning are in abundant supply at this year's RSA Conference. Sam Curry of Cybereason cut through the hype to explain how he sees these technologies augmenting cybersecurity.
Organizations too often prioritize data breach prevention at the expense of data breach response - or vice versa, depending on current fashion - when an emphasis on both remains mandatory, warns Art Coviello, the retired chairman of RSA.
IT administrators and business partners require privileged access to enterprise networks to ensure that business continues to get done. Yet this very same access is all too often abused by insiders and outsiders, leading to otherwise preventable data breaches, says Matt Dircks, CEO of Bomgar.
Cybersecurity pros need to apply the Darwinian approach of "survival of the fittest" to cybersecurity to navigate the risk landscape and raise the industry baseline for security, says Dan Schiappa of Sophos.
Against today's threat landscape, the security operations center takes on greater importance - and so does the movement to automation. Dario Forte of DFLabs discusses how to employ SOC automation to boost incident response.
We have been talking about the cybersecurity skills gap for a decade, but the pain is truly being felt now as businesses churn out new apps with insufficient security, says WhiteHat Security's Craig Hinkley. What is machine learning's role?
Stung by signs of Russian influencing of the 2016 presidential election, the FBI is working with social media companies to bolster cybersecurity in advance of the 2018 mid-term election. Elvis Chan of the FBI describes these efforts.
Rob Rendell spent more than a decade in financial services. Now he has joined IBM Trusteer to help financial institutions fight fraud. How will his experience help his customers get their arms around the total cost of fraud?
The FDA has issued plans for advancing the safety of medical devices, including a proposal to impose new cybersecurity requirements on manufacturers. Some experts say the FDA's plans are a good move, given the current device risk environment, but they warn that some proposals could prove difficult to achieve.
For the past year, the buzz about artificial intelligence and machine learning has been overwhelming. But Ricardo Villadiego of Cyxtera sees promise in how these technologies can help organizations fight back against fraudsters.