"We came up with a structured, documented approach to respond to mitigating the Log4j vulnerability using the EDR scanning tools along with a code validation, containerization, and sandboxing of our applications and networks," says Ian Keller, security director at Ericsson.
In the latest weekly update, four editors at Information Security Media Group discuss important cybersecurity issues, including the importance of incident repose planning; the worldwide impact of the LOg4j flaw, which may lead to 2022 being the year of the SBOM; and the increasingly blurred line between conventional...
While approximately ⅔ of infosec professionals believe that staffing shortages are putting their organizations at risk, the depth of the cybersecurity skills gap is both wider and deeper than is often fully appreciated. From the myriad of complicated technologies we expect our security experts to implement and...
Kerissa Varma, managing executive for cybersecurity at Vodacom, a South African-based mobile communications company, says simulation is the key to a good incident response plan. She discusses her cybersecurity priorities for 2022.
The increasingly connected home is a vulnerable part of the extended enterprise, especially as the line blurs between personal life and work, says Forrester principal analyst Heidi Shey. She encourages organizations to adopt a two-pronged approach to protecting the "work from home" workforce.
The Apache Log4j vulnerability capped the end of a long year for CISOs and incident responders. Security leaders Pooja Shimpi and Deepayan Chanda discuss how they have tackled Log4j - and significant lessons learned about incident response and information sharing.
In the latest update, four ISMG editors discuss key cybersecurity issues, including myth busting from the founder of Zero Trust, the reason behind the surge in high-profile cryptocurrency scams in India and how ransomware attackers routinely lie about their inclinations, motivations and tactics.
The Apache Log4j vulnerability capped the end of a long year for CISOs and incident responders, and it left them with a mitigation project that carries them well into the New Year. CISOs John Bassett and Martin Dinel discuss how their teams have tackled Log4j - and significant lessons learned.
Where are security practitioners in their zero trust journeys, and what approach to zero trust have they taken? Three experts - Netskope's David Fairman, Exceture's Mario Demarillas, and Petronas' Soumo Mukherjee - share their thoughts in a panel discussion.
Applying cloud access security broker’s three functionalities - API-level integration with managed device transfer for visibility, in-line CASB for proxy and other devices, and its control over cloud and other access points - helps provide better control and the ability to protect and secure user access, says Thomas...
The U.S. government has taken notable moves to enforce cybersecurity regulation and propose legislation, says Andy Watkin-Child, founding partner of the Augusta Group. To help prepare for these shifts, he advises organizations to improve their "understanding in global regulation in cyber."
The cultural divide between application security and developer teams is well known. But threat modeling offers a new strategy to bring these teams together and achieve business benefits. Panelists from ServiceNow and IriusRisk discuss the road map.
To crack down on the criminal use of cryptocurrency, including for ransomware, authorities are increasingly targeting "cryptocurrency businesses that do not have the compliance controls in place necessary to mitigate the risks of illicit activity," says Ari Redbord of TRM Labs.
In the latest weekly update, four editors at Information Security Media Group discuss important cybersecurity issues, including how the ransomware-as-a-service model shifted in 2021, the rise of fraud in faster payments and how to prevent it, and one CISO's take on the state of the industry.
In the U.S., three states now have disparate data privacy laws - and more are coming. Meanwhile, China has enacted a new law that has global enterprises scrambling. How will these and other actions shape privacy discussions in 2022? Noted attorney Lisa Sotto shares insights.