It's difficult to build a reliable security system based on artificial intelligence and machine learning, says Aleksandr Lazarenko of Group-IB, who offers insights on how to make the most of these technologies.
Mergers and acquisitions, along with cloud adoption, are rapidly changing the pharmaceutical industry. Sandy Dalal of Allergan talks about how Okta identity and access management brings security stability and supports a zero trust framework.
The federal government, device manufacturers and healthcare delivery organizations have all raised their games to address medical device security. Now it's time for patients - those truly impacted by devices - to have their say in the discussion, says Suzanne Schwartz, M.D., of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.
Jeff Gilhool of Lookout explains how phishing and malware are becoming bigger issues for mobile devices and describes what healthcare organizations can do to incorporate HIPAA compliance in their mobile device management plans.
Where is the data, who has access to it, and how is it being secured? These are among the top questions inherent in any third-party risk program. Cris Ewell, CISO of UW Medicine, shares insight from his experience managing vendor risk.
When it goes into effect in 2020, the California Consumer Privacy Act will give citizens of that state greater control over their personal data. Ginger Armbruster, the chief privacy officer for the city of Seattle, believes this trend toward greater personal privacy will spread across the U.S.
For years, security leaders focused primarily on malicious insiders - those who intend to do harm to an organization. But CISOs are increasingly concerned about the accidental insider. And Anne-Marie Scollay of Axiom Law has a program targeting this growing threat.
Critics say blockchain is a technology looking for a purpose, but Microsoft's David Houlding says organizations are using blockchain today to validate identities and to help prevent fraud. He shares use cases and emerging best practices.